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Anomalous Color Vision

James Kundart, O.D., M.Ed., F.A.A.O.

For Optometry 662 at Pacific University College of Optometry

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1.Most common type of color vision defect, consisting of 5% of the white male population
6.True black-and-white color blindness with 20/20 acuity
7.Color vision defect caused by nuclear sclerotic cataracts
9.Color for which deutans may mistake a green light
11.A patient who has four distinct cone photopigments
2.Type of inheritance for genetic tritan color vision defects
3.Color for which protrans may mistake a red light
4.Outer retinal disease can result in this kind of color vision defect
5.The basis of the crossovers on a color deficient patient's D-15 results
6.The common origin of a set of confusion lines on the CIE diagram
8.Type of sunglass tint that makes rod monochromats most comfortable
10.Rebound chromatopsia following cataract extraction

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