... Diplopia - Scotoma - Anopsia ( Binasal hemianopsia , Bitemporal hemianopsia , Homonymous hemianopsia , Quadrantanopia ) - Color blindness ( achromatopsia
) - Nyctalopia - Blindness / Low vision
Commonly associated infectious diseases
Trachoma - Onchocerciasis
is the subject of the book "The Island of the ... film, "Island of the Colour Blind. achromatopsia
[ Support Group ] Acid Maltase Deficiency ... The most severe form of color blindness is achromatopsia
, the inability to see any color. ...
... are inherited, but the cause of most cases is unknown. Congenital achromatopsia
: An hereditary disorder of vision characterized by a lack of cone ... provided by the cone photoreceptors in the retina ). People with achromatopsia
(achromats) are completely or almost completely colorblind. ...
... abnormal formation of the bones, as a result of abnormal growth and development of cartilage . Find out how to recognise it. Achondroplasia achromatopsia
[ Support Group ] Acid Maltase Deficiency (Pompe Disease ) [ Support Group ] ... Achondroplasia . This genetic disorder slows the rate ...
... (difficulty distinguishing between red/purple and green/purple) Tritanopia (difficulty distinguishing between yellow/green and blue/green) achromatopsia
(complete color blindness , seeing only shades of gray) ... ...
... this. Sacks did a TV documentary film with the same title about the Pingelapese people of the eastern Caroline Islands in the Pacific who have achromatopsia
type 3 (ACHM3), which is also called Pingalese blindness , total color blindness with myopia and ... Intacs is appropriate for people who ...
Tapetum lucidum (not in humans)
Eye Related Problems
Age-related macular degeneration