dyschromatopsia


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dyschromatopsia

 [dis″kro-mah-top´se-ah]
disorder of color vision.

dys·chro·ma·top·si·a

(dis'krō-mă-top'sē-ă),
A condition in which the ability to perceive colors is not fully normal. Compare: anomalous trichromatism, dichromatism, monochromatism, chromatopsia.
[dys- + G. chrōma, color, + opsis, vision]

dyschromatopsia

/dys·chro·ma·top·sia/ (-kro-mah-top´se-ah) disorder of color vision.

dys·chro·ma·top·si·a

(dis'krō-mă-top'sē-ă)
A condition in which the ability to perceive colors is not fully normal.
Compare: dichromatism, monochromatism, chromatopsia
[dys- + G. chrōma, color, + opsis, vision]

dyschromatopsia

General term given to deficiencies of colour vision, especially acquired defects. See defective colour vision.
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Subclinical cases may be confirmed electrophysiologically by VEPs if dyschromatopsia and optic disc pallor are discovered.
The diagnosis of ON is made clinically and consists of a classic triad of visual loss, periocular pain and dyschromatopsia
Patients present typically as the case study described earlier with unilateral vision loss occurring over hours to days with vision ranging from 6/6 to no light perception, pain on eye movement, diminished sense of brightness which may be assessed with the simple red-cap test, (2) and dyschromatopsia (usually blue-yellow defects later changing to red-green).
Piccinin MR, Cunha JF, de Almeida HP et al: Low prevalence of dyschromatopsia using the fourth edition of HRR (Hardy, Rand & Rittler) pseudoisochromatic plate test among the Indian Population of Lalima village, Terena.
Optic neuritis typically presents as loss of acuity (particularly 7-10 days post-onset), dyschromatopsia and ocular pain.