ACROMATOPSIA: COLOR BLINDNESS - SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT - OPHTHALMOLOGY

What is color blindness and how to identify



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Color blindness, scientifically known as achromatopsia, is a retinal disorder that causes symptoms such as decreased vision, excessive sensitivity to light, and difficulty seeing colors. Unlike color blindness, in which the person can not distinguish some colors, the achromatopsia can totally prevent from observing other colors besides black, white and some shades of gray