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Dyschromatopsia – What are they? Types of dyschromatopsia

Dyschromatopsia

Some time ago we explained why we see colors. For the dyschromatopsia are alterations of our color vision. There are three main types of discromaopsias, so let’s see what they are and what each one of them:

Types of dyschromatopsia

Recall that there are three pigments involved in color vision (sensitive to blue, red and green). Well, the dyschromatopsia can be for total inactivation of a pigment (color deficiency) or alteration in sensitivity range (color anomaly). If it lacks the three pigments talk about a vision in black and white (color blindness, which is rare). Read more

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