dyschromatopsia


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dyschromatopsia

color blindness.
See also: Eyes
difficulty in telling colors apart; color blindness.
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25) In most cases, colour perception is not completely abolished; hence the term dyschromatopsia is used to distinguish from the much rarer situation of cerebral achromatopsia.
6%) had improvement in VA with infrared and/or ultraviolet filter glasses (6 with albinism, 1 dyschromatopsia, 1 rod-cone dystrophy).
Our results showed that diabetic patients without demonstrable retinopathy have an increased incidence of acquired dyschromatopsia.
Eligibility criteria were: (1) Without family hereditary myopia, hyperopia, or dyschromatopsia and visual acuity of 5.
Neuro-opthalmic signs include afferent pupillary defect, dyschromatopsia, and in some cases changes in visual acuity.