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Anomalous Trichromats

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Anomalous Trichromats

What is Anomalous Trichromats?


Anomalous Trichromacy is the most common category of color blindness; It is a loss of normal color vision, not a complete loss.

A specific type of color blindness is based on reduced sensitivity to green or red. It affects medium-wavelength-sensitive cones, which is more common than Protonemalcus trichromacy, which affects long-wavelength-sensitive cones. It is an alteration in the spectral sensitivity of one of the three cone cell receptors in the retina that make up the color spectrum.

Color blindness for red-green color is the most common form, followed by blue-yellow color blindness and total color blindness. It can impair tasks such as selecting ripe fruit, reading traffic lights, and choosing to clothe. Anomalous Trichromats may make some academic activities more difficult. However, issues are generally minor, and the colorblind automatically develops adaptations and coping mechanisms.

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