dyschromatopsia

[dĭs-krō′mə-tŏpsē-ə]

n.

dichromatism

Nearby words

  1. dyscheiria,
  2. dyschezia,
  3. dyschondrogenesis,
  4. dyschondroplasia,
  5. dyschondrosteosis,
  6. dyschromia,
  7. dyschronogenic,
  8. dyscoria,
  9. dyscrasia,
  10. dysembryoma


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Examples from the Web for dyschromatopsia

  • Stigmata of hysteria were present in dyschromatopsia, restriction of the visual fields, and left hemihypersthesia.

  • Persons afflicted with dyschromatopsia confuse the different colours and the different shades of the same colour.

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