How to determine color blindness in a child: the main methods of diagnosing
The question of the method of diagnosing children’s color blindness, in spite of the variety of methods and trusts for determining the presence of the disease, is particularly acute.
The difficulty lies in the fact that the methods of laboratory diagnosis in this case can not be applied, and the process itself can last for several years.
At the same time, it is important to detect color blindness even in the early stages of its formation.
How to test a child for color blindness, can you recognize the disease at an early age, what special tests for children are developed by specialists? You will find answers in our article
Color blindness or color blindness is a visual pathology, at which the perception of color is violated. In 95% of cases the ailment is hereditary, the remaining number of clinical cases – color blindness acquired.
The disease is inherited from mother to son, girls rarely suffer from color blindness, being genetic carriers of pathology.
Because of this, the main percentage of colorblinders falls on the male half of the patients.
This pathology in a female child can be present only in cases when the disease is diagnosed in the father, and the mother has a gene or chromosome of color blindness.