Congenital and Acquired Colour Vision Deficiencies (Current ophthalmology monographs).
Congenital and Acquired Colour Vision Deficiencies (Current ophthalmology monographs). 0808912038 (ISBN13: 9780808912033). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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Unlike congenital defects, acquired colour vision anomalies are evenly distributed between males and females. A summary of characteristic differences between congenital and acquired defects is given in Table1. View this table: View inline. Table 1. Comparison between the characteristics of congenital and acquired colour vision defects. Of the many attempts to classify acquired colour vision deficiencies, Verriest's classification published in 19633 is the most widely used, and a simplified version is given in Table 2 describing the three main types of anomaly.
Inherited and Acquired Color Vision Deficiencies. The groundwork for understanding color defects in eye disease was established by the end of the nineteenth century. Thereafter the field was neglected as scientists concentrated on studies of normal color vision and congenital color vision defects.
Congenital and Acquired Color Vision Defects. Color matching in autosomal dominant tritan defect. New York: Grune & Stratton. 409 pp. 74. Pokorny, . Smith, V. Went, L. N. 1981. J. Opt. Soc. Am. 71:1327-34 75. Post, R. H. 1962. Kiran Temple University Fox School of Business ‘17, Course Hero Intern.
Thirty-one patients with congenital color vision deficiency and 134 patients with acquired color vision deficiency with a. .
Thirty-one patients with congenital color vision deficiency and 134 patients with acquired color vision deficiency with a Snellen visual acuity better than 20/30 underwent an ophthalmologic examination including the Ishihara color test, Hardy-Rand-Rittler test, Nagel anomaloscopy, and the Seohan computerized hue test between June, 2003, and January, 2004. METHODS: To investigate the type of color vision defect, a graph of the Seohan computerized hue test was divided into 4 quadrants and error scores in each quadrant were summated.
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Current views on vision in mammals. Pinkers, Congenital and Acquired Color Vision Defects (Grune. Pokorny, V. C. Smith, . Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 41
Current views on vision in mammals. Chromaticity as a signal of ripeness in fruits taken by primates. P Sumner, John D. Mollon. The Journal of experimental biology. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 41, 2000.
Congenital and a Acquired Color Vision Defects. Spectral sensitivity of color-blind observers and the cone photopigments. Grune & Stratton, 1979. P DeMarco, J Pokorny, VC Smith. JOSA A 9 (9), 1465-1476, 1992. Responses of macaque ganglion cells to the relative phase of heterochromatically modulated lights. VC Smith, BB Lee, J Pokorny, PR Martin, A Valberg. The Journal of Physiology 458 (1), 191-221, 1992.
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