Holmgren wool test

Holm·gren wool test

(hōlm'grĕn),
a test for color blindness, in which the subject matches variously colored skeins of wool.

Holm·gren wool test

(hōlm'gren wul test)
A test for color blindness, in which the subject matches variously colored skeins of wool.

Holmgren,

Alarik F., Swedish physiologist, 1831-1897.
Holmgren wool test - a test for color blindness in which the subject matches variously colored skeins of wool.
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Colour discrimination was assessed monocularly by Holmgren wool test, Ishihara plate test, and the Farnsworth-Munsell 100 (FM 100) Hue test under appropriate lighting condition.
The analysis of fasting and postprandial blood sugar values, visual acuity, Holmgren wool test, Ishihara test, Farnsworth-Munsell 100 (FM 100) Hue test, and fundal examination are as follows: