COLOR BLINDNESS - WHAT IS IT, TYPES AND HOW TO LIVE TOGETHER - GENETIC DISEASES

Understand what it is and what types of color blindness



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Color blindness, also known as dyschromatopsia, is a change in vision, in which the individual is unable to differentiate all or some of the colors, especially the green of red. Generally, the transmission of color blindness is genetic, but it can also arise due to lesions in the structures of the eyes or the neurons responsible for the vision and is very rare in women and frequent in men, because it is associated with the X chromosome