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If you have red-green color blindness, what colors in everyday life are difficult to distinguish?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology

In brief: Varies

In red-green color deficiency there is a shift in the perceived spectrum of colors and some reds and greens appear the same while others can be distinguished.
A more common form which is a deficiency instead of absolute blindness causes a saturation shift in perception of colors but a full palette of colors is possible with mistakes made in some recognition.

In brief: Varies

In red-green color deficiency there is a shift in the perceived spectrum of colors and some reds and greens appear the same while others can be distinguished.
A more common form which is a deficiency instead of absolute blindness causes a saturation shift in perception of colors but a full palette of colors is possible with mistakes made in some recognition.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Dr. Elizabeth Waller
Ophthalmology

In brief: Red and green

In red-green color blindness the patient is unable to distinguish between red and green.

In brief: Red and green

In red-green color blindness the patient is unable to distinguish between red and green.
Dr. Elizabeth Waller
Dr. Elizabeth Waller
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