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Can You Regain The Ability To See Color If You Are Color Blind
No: Unfortunately, at this point there is no cure for color blindness. The exciting news is that jay neitz, phd at the university of washington was able to introduce the missing gene for color blindness into the retina of color blind monkeys and cured the disease. The monkeys responded to colors. Time magazine listed this as among the top 10 scientific discoveries in 2009. So there is hope! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a color blind person is red-green color blind, can they still see most shades of those colors normally?
Altered perception: They will see shades of color in all colored objects but will but see the full range, so colors that might appear bright to you will seem attenuated to the color deficient and some colors will seem what you might term brownish. The mixture seen depends upon the depth of the color blindness in each individual. Because of this most color deficient persons adopt rather bland wardrobes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is none: You can have colour blindness when you see red as black, but not black as red. ...Read more
Color blindness: There is no such condition as "reverse color blindness." the most common type of color "blindess" typically occurs in males. These people confuse red and green colors. In rare cases, people can be born with complete color blindness and only see colors as various shades of light and dark. In severe cases of color blindness, patients often don't see very well either. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If color normal: The tests are designed with little dots that are shaded along the axes of confusion for the color deficient. A color normal will see the indicated symbol or number while the deficient will miss it. ...Read more
Muted color: Most color deficient persons have normal acuity so they can see the smaller things that ordinary people can see. But their color distinction is altered and they will confuse some colors with others - so they observe a muted palatte of colorl. ...Read more
Probably: A light color text on a dark background irregardless of the colors involved, would allow distinction based on the brightness of the text rather than the color saturation. For someone red-green color blind, the most common, if the print were light red and the background light green with the same reflectance, then the print probably could not be red by the red-green color deficient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: Most color blind people have trouble with reds and greens. If you had blue-yellow colorblindness (rare), you would see gray instead of blue. You likely just perceive colors a little different than someone else. Colorblind people cannot distinguish certain colors at all. For example, they see no difference between green and brown. ...Read more
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