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ISBN:
0192623885
Author:
Jennifer Birch
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press (November 4, 1993)
Pages:
204 pages
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1416 kb
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1537 kb
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1982 kb
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Start by marking Diagnosis of Defective Colour Vision as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. colour vision tests Practical text providing clear and succinct information about colour deficiency and all facets of colour vision testing Detailed guidelines are given on colour vision tests and examination procedures and case histories relate theory to practice Comprehensive referencing More practical advice on colour vision examination.

Brimming with sound practical advice, the book covers the problems and career limitations encountered by color deficient individuals- Detailed guidelines are given on color vision tests and examination procedures- Case histories relate theory to practice- There is a wealth of new information on international color vision tests, color design and what color deficient people actually.

Diagnosis of Defective Colour Vision. Colour in the environment colour vision theories normal colour vision congenital colour deficiency incidence and inheritance of congenital colour vision defects clinical test design and examinatio. More). Peh, Andrew Balmford, +18 authors Jennifer Birch.

by Jennifer Birch MPhil FCOptom (Author). I would strongly recommend this book to anyone wanting to develop an improved understanding of colour vision and its many defects. ISBN-13: 978-0750641746.

Pseudoisochromatic plates are among the most popular tests for defective colour vision.

Pseudoisochromatic plates are among the most popular tests for defective colour vision. They are particularly good for screening but are less good in assessing the degree and type of the colour vision defect. To select colours for use in diagnostic plates a large number of colour defective subjects have made colour matches with the Lovibond Tintometer and the isochromatic data collected.

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Clinical color vision tests; Color vision screening; Diagnosis of defective color vision Color vision testing is the . Congenital and Acquired Color Vision Defects. Grune and Stratton, New York (1979)Google Scholar. 2. Birch, .

Clinical color vision tests; Color vision screening; Diagnosis of defective color vision Color vision testing is the assessment of chromatic discrimination ability and the diagnosis of any perceptual. Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993)Google Scholar. 3. Dain, . Clinical colour vision tests.

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This book is a comprehensive treatment of all facets of color blindness. Defective color vision, or 'color blindness,' is a common affliction, particularly in males, where it affects eight percent of the population. There are several different types of color deficiency, each with degrees of severity, and some people have more practical color recognition than others. This book looks at the causes of congenital color deficiency and at acquired color vision defects arising from ocular and general pathology or from the excessive use of therapeutic drugs. There are clearly-written and well-illustrated chapters on a wide variety of topics in the field. There is a section on testing, in which the design of clinical color vision tests is fully explained and all the available tests documented. Detailed information is also given on the optimum use of screening, classification, and occupational tests. Examples of typical results in different types of deficiency are included, together with advice on the examination of children and disadvantaged groups. A checklist is provided of occupations requiring normal color vision or in which color deficiency is a handicap. This is a practical book, designed for students and all professionals engaged in color vision screening, but pitched at a level that will also appeal to the non-specialist reader.