POAG, RNFL, OCT and Colour Blindness

Colour blindness is a condition where there is a difficulty or inability in distinguishing colours. It occurs due to fault in the development if three sets of colour sensing cone cells in the eye. Majority of colour blind people cannot distinguish between green and red. Different shades of colour may look similar. It is more common in men than in women. It is a genetic disorder and women are mostly the carrier and men are most likely to inherit.

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