color blindness

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Synonyms for color blindness

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The prevalence of Deuteranomaly was highest among different male ethnic populations and that of Tritanopia was the lowest.
Deuteranomaly (having a mutated form of the medium wavelength [green] pigment).
Those suffering from deuteranomaly (trichromats who tend to rule stringently) may decide that a stain is tahor without misgivings.
Only one class of defective color vision was studied because the inclusion of all four of the most common types of defective color vision -- protanopia, deuteranopia, protanomaly, and deuteranomaly -- would have increased the complexity of the experiment, especially considering that persons with the latter two vary quite a bit in the extent of their loss of color discrimination.
The term protan would encompass both protanopia and protanomaly and the term deutan, both deuteranopia and deuteranomaly.