hemiachromatopsia

hemiachromatopsia

 [hem″e-ah-kro″mah-top´se-ah]
loss of the normal perception of color in half, or in corresponding halves, of the visual field.
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hemiachromatopsia

(hem?e-a-kro-ma-top'se-a) [? + ? + chroma, color, + opsis, vision]
Color blindness in one-half, or in corresponding halves, of the vision field. Synonym: hemichromatopsia
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hemiachromatopsia

Colour blindness in one half of the visual field of one or both eyes. See achromatopsia.
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