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PURPOSE Tinted lenses for everyday use should not impair visual acuity and contrast sensitivity or cause radical changes in color perception. The main aim of this study was to compare the performance in contrast detection and color discrimination tasks of a set of tinted lenses with that of gray filters of equal luminance under D65. METHODS The contrast(More)
We tested the colour vision of 72 people with Down's syndrome using the Ishihara test and an anomaloscope. We found that 13 of the subjects, 6 males and 7 females, had defective colour vision according to Pickford's classification. In monocular vision 10 eyes were protan (five simple, three extreme and two deviant), one eye was simple deuteranomalous and(More)
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