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The Official Scientific Journal of Delhi Ophthalmological Society
Colour Vision Revisited

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*Twinkle Parmar, **M.Vanathi,  **S Ghose, **T Dada,  **P Venkatesh
*Asian Eye Institute and Laser Centre
Mumbai, Maharashtra
**Dr Rajendra Prasad Centre, for
Ophthalmic Sciences, AIIMS,
Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029
Corresponding Author:
Twinkle Parmar
19, 2nd Parsiwada Lane
Champa Bhuvan, 2nd floor
Mumbai 400004, Maharashtra, India
E-mail id: parmar.twinkle@yahoo.com
Accepted: 21-MAY-2014 Published Online: 21-MAY-2014
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7869/djo.48
Congenital red-green colour deficiency is an X-linked inherited disorder more frequently encountered in males compared to females. Screening of coour deficiency is crucial in various occupations, at times to safeguard colour deficient individual as well as vulnerable population. Acquired colour deficiency is seen in multiple inherited retinal photopigment disorders, vascular retonopathies and optic nerve disorders. Multiple tests have been devised to detect, classify and grade colour deficiency, each having a specific purpose. Tinted spectacles and contact lenses have been tried to rehabilitate colour deficient individuals with limited success.
Keywords : congenital colour deficiency • acquired colour vision deficiency • colour vision tests
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