Color vision

What is Color vision?

Color vision is the ability of an organism or machine to distinguish objects based on the wavelengths of the light they reflect, emit, or transmit.

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my aunt is 50 and has benign concentric annular macula dystrophy and has lost a lot of central vision is this common to lose some central vision as...

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This will lead to loss of central vision but this is relatively rare.

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I JUST HAD PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON THE RETINA . RIGHT EYE LOOKS GREAT. BUT THE LEFT EYE LOOKED LIKE PATCHES OF SHADOWS. WHAT COULD THIS BE?

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My 16 year old child has pathological myopia and has started taking Prozac and Abilify. Since starting the Prozac, she has developed eye tics. Is...

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It is not necessary/please visit her eye physician

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