complete colour blindness

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complete colour blindness

The complete inability to discern colours; all visual stimuli are viewed as black, white or grey.
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About 21 of subjects had deficient red green pattern, 13 had protanopia, 4 had deuteran defect and 8 had total colour blindness.
THERE are three main versions of colour blindness - red-green, blue-yellow and total colour blindness.
About 42 of subjects had deficient red green pattern, 26 had protanopia, 8 had deuteran defect and 16 had total colour blindness.

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