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xanthopsia

 [zan-thop´se-ah]
chromatopsia in which objects are seen as yellow.
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xan·thop·si·a

(zan-thop'sē-ă),
An optic condition that causes objects to appear yellow; may occur in poisoning by picric acid and santonin, in jaundice, and in digitalis intoxication.
Synonym(s): yellow vision
[xantho- + G. opsis, vision]
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xan·thop·si·a

, xanthopia (zan-thop'sē-ă, -thō'pē-ă)
A condition in which objects appear yellow; may occur in picric acid and santonin poisoning, in jaundice, and in digitalis intoxication.
[xantho-+ G. opsis, vision]
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xanthopsia

Yellow vision. This sometimes occurs in JAUNDICE or in poisoning with DIGITALIS.
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xanthopsia 

A condition in which all objects appear of a yellow colour. It may occur as a result of picric acid and santonin poisoning, or jaundice. Syn. yellow vision. See chromatopsia.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann