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Color blindness, or Colour blindness, a color vision deficiency, is the inability to perceive differences between some of the colors that others can distinguish. It is most often of genetic nature, but may also occur because...
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People with color blindness cannot tell the difference between certain colors, or they may not see colors at all. Color blindness is the name for a number of medical conditions, and doctors sometimes call color blindness...
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Features articles on the medical condition of color blindness, covers overview, diagrams, genetics, and recent research developments.
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People with blue-yellow color blindness almost always have problems identify ... The most severe form of color blindness is achromatopsia. ...
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WebMD explains why some people cannot distinguish colors and have what is called color blindness. ... What Is Color Blindness? ...
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Color blindness results from an absence or malfunction of certain color - sensitive cells in the retina. ... Color Blindness - Topic Overview (continued) ...
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Color Blindness. Contact Lenses—Rigid. Contact Lenses—Soft. Cosmetics—Safe Use. Crossed Eyes ... Color blindness is a misnomer because only a small percentage ...
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Bulletin board, global color survey, research, and more. ... Color-blindness is the inability to distinguish the differences between certain colors. ...
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You might think being color-blind means you can't see any colors. But that's not true. ... Color blindness is almost always an inherited (say: in-her-ut-ed) ...
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You are here: Home > Articles > Visual Disabilities > Page 4: Color-blindness ... Deuteranopia and deuteranomaly are the most common forms of color-blindness. ...
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Color blindness may be a hereditary condition or caused by disease of the optic nerve or retina. ... Complete color blindness is very rare. ...
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Color blindness, a disruption in the normal functioning of human photopic vision, ... The term color blindness is something of a misnomer, being widely used in ...
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A person with color blindness has trouble seeing red, green, blue, or mixtures of these colors. ... Symptoms of color blindness can vary. Different people see ...
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5.3 Blue-yellow color blindness. 6 Epidemiology. 7 Diagnosis ... 9 Design implications of color blindness. 10 Misconceptions and compensations. 11 References ...
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