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What are the symptoms of color blindness?

What are the symptoms of color blindness?

Color mistakes: Color blindness (we call it deficiency) causes failure to distinguish colors along certain patterns of confusion. So a red-green deficient person cannot make that distinction between objects of those shades. From a practical standpoint, color deficiency is a bar to certain occupations such as fruit grader, electronics assembly, some law enforcement jobs, certain types of painting, etc. ...Read more

Dr. David Chandler
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Color Blind (Definition)

Ophthalmologist prefer to use the term color deficit as blindness conveys other meanings. Lowered color perception can be inherited (many forms), can result from advanced loss of retinal cells, inherited retinal disease, and some forms occur due to CNS injury. There are excellent tests for the various types and they can be functionally ...Read more


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Explain the symptoms of color blindness?

Explain the symptoms of color blindness?

Color blindnes: A color blind person does not know of his problem until he compares himself with others. The visual acuity is usually normal. Color recognition is diminished along the axis of confusion for the type of deficiency. If you have this you could not be employed in color dependent occupations such as microcomponent assembly or fruit grading. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of cortical blindness?

What are the symptoms of cortical blindness?

Inability to see: Cortical blindness is loss of acuity due to damage to the occipital lobe of the brain. This can be a birth defect or an acquired vascular defect. If at birth, the child will show no recognition of the space around him, the eyes usually will dance (nystagmus) and will not track together. As an adult, the eyes cannot fixate, the pupils usually react to light but no vision will be reported. ...Read more

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What are the corollaries of getting color blindness?

What are the corollaries of getting color blindness?

Color deficiency: Most people, more often men, with color deficiency will make inappropriate color recognitions and matches. Their acuity is usually normal. It is isolated and has no bearing on any other aspect of general health. There are a few really rare eye degenerations with lowered vision and color deficits but these are inherited. ...Read more

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What are the causes of the blurriness in glaucoma?

What are the causes of the blurriness in glaucoma?

Early on: It's contrast sensitivity loss ganglion cell death leads to info from the eye not getting sent to the brain. ...Read more

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What are early symptoms of color blindness?

The same: Inherited color blindness does not have early symptoms but is the same throughout life. It becomes known when the color deficient person compares his recognition with others. Color blindness can also occur with advancing retinal pathology like untreated diabetic retinopathy and rarely brain stroke issues. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of cataracts?

What are the symptoms of cataracts?

Constant decreases: Almost any type of decreased or distorted vision can be caused by cataracts. It is important to note that whatever deficit occurs, it is constant. That is, it is not better one day and worse the next, but rather slowly progressive. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of Cataract?

What are the symptoms of Cataract?

Cataract Symptoms: First symptom is usually increased glare when driving, haloes, blurry vision, fluctuation and dimming of vision. Cataract is the leading cause of blindness still in the world. Femtosecond cataract surgery will likely prove to be the best treatment. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of blindness in a baby?

What are the symptoms of blindness in a baby?

No visual fixation: No visual fixations d following, no pupillary response to light response. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of cataracts of the eye?

What are symptoms of cataracts of the eye?

Cloudy vision: Progression is usually slow, over months or even years. Increasing cloudiness, decreased sharpness of vision and glare are typical. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of Melanoma?

What are the symptoms of Melanoma?

Malignant Melanoma.: AAD Malignant Melanoma screening: ASYMMETRY: 1 half is unlike the other. BORDER: irregular, scalloped or poorly defined. COLOR: varied with shades of tan, brown or black; or white, red or blue. DIAMETER: > 6 mm. EVOLVING: mole /skin lesion looks different from the rest or is changing in size, shape or color. An irregular mole that itches, bleeds or is painful is worrisome for possible cancer. ...Read more

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What are the causes of blurriness in glaucoma?

What are the causes of blurriness in glaucoma?

Several factors: The major cause of blurred vision from glaucoma is related to damage to the optic nerve. The visual information it sends to the brain is not as crisp since some of the "wires" within the nerve are lost. It is similar to a television cable that has been paritally cut, causing the t.V. Image to be less sharp. ...Read more

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What number of cones are present in the fovea of human eye ?

What number of cones are present in the fovea of human eye ?

About 5 million: I'm impressed that you know about retinal cones. The average number is about 5 million but up 6 million have been reported. As you probably know cones are for day vision and rods for night vision. The cones are clustered in the fovea so at night you see better looking a little off center. ...Read more

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What are the causes of the iris of the eye to turn yellow?

What are the causes of the iris of the eye to turn yellow?

Depends: Are saying the actual iris inside the eye? Or the tissue around the iris on the surface of the eye. The iris is fixed in color and will not change unless there is severe internal inflammation or actual trauma. Yellowing around the iris can be a sign of hepatitis or other liver diseases. Check with your family doctor to evaluate this. ...Read more

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What are some diseases of the uvea of the eye?

What are some diseases of the uvea of the eye?

Many: The uvea is the pigmented layer of the eye behind the iris and behind the retina. It is subject to inflammation, usually non-infectious termed uveitis (or iritis if only in the front). Sometimes this can be associated with systemic diseases like arthritis. The uvea can be traumatized and infected. There are some inherited diseases that cause uveal problems and melanoma can arise in the uvea. ...Read more

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What are the causes of bleeding in the brain?

What are the causes of bleeding in the brain?

High blood pressure: Most commonly high blood pressure (hypertension), which puts a toll on small brain blood vessels which can rupture and bleed, usually at older age. Other causes include brain aneurysms, vascular malformations, tumors, head injury, amyloid angiopathy, use of stimulants including street drugs, medications such as blood thinners, brain surgery, cerebral venous thrombosis etc. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of optic atrophy in glaucoma?

What are the symptoms of optic atrophy in glaucoma?

Glaucoma is sneaky!: Glaucomatous optic atrophy typically has very little to no symptoms until very late in the course of the disease. This is why many patient don't take glaucoma seriously until the vision worsens, then it is too late. Late symptoms would be poor or dim vision. Poor night vision. ...Read more

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Dr. Damien Luviano
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Blindness (Definition)

Vision impairment and blindness are conditions in which a person cannot see well or see at all, even with glasses or contact lenses. If a person's best vision (with correction) out of either eye is only 20/70 - 20/200, he is impaired. If he can see no better than 20/200 or his visual field is no more than 20 degrees (severe "tunnel" vision), ...Read more


Dr. Tim Conrad
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Loss Of Vision (Definition)

Loss of vision reflects the inability to perceive images. Such a phenotype can be due to occlusive or barriers to light (e.g. cataracts) through retinal alterations (e.g. wet macular degeneration) to optic nerve lesions (e.g. from a pituitary adenoma) to central nervous system ...Read more