color blindness

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Synonyms for color blindness

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All patients show reduced contrast sensitivity and dyschromatopsia, which are often out of proportion to the visual acuity deficit.
Subclinical cases may be confirmed electrophysiologically by VEPs if dyschromatopsia and optic disc pallor are discovered.
Optic neuritis typically presents as loss of acuity (particularly 7-10 days post-onset), dyschromatopsia and ocular pain.
The left eye also exhibited a large central scotoma, dyschromatopsia, and a left afferent pupillary defect.
Quantitative analyses of dyschromatopsia used Bowman's (66) method to describe color-confusion space.