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Color Blindness

Summarized by Plex Health
Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Color blindness is the failure to see some shades in the typical way. Many people frequently use the term "color blind" for this condition, true color blindness, in which everything is seen in shades of black and white, is unusual. Color blindness is usually inherited. Men are most likely to be birthed with color blindness. Many people with color blindness can't distinguish in between particular shades of red and eco-friendly. Less frequently, people with color blindness can not differentiate between tones of blue and yellow. Certain eye diseases and some drugs also can cause color blindness. You may have a color vision shortage and not know it. Some people identify that they or their child has the problem when it causes confusion, such as when there are issues setting apart the colors in a traffic light or interpreting color-coded learning materials. The most common color shortage is a failure to see some shades of green and red. Commonly, an individual that is red-green or blue-yellow deficient isn't entirely aloof to both shades. Problems can be mild, extreme or moderate.

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