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397 views • January 8, 2022

Understanding the Colour Blind Test - Including Self Red / Green Colour Deficiency Test - Dr Gill

Dr Gill Clinical Skills
Understanding the Colour Blind Test - Including Self Red / Green Colour Deficiency Test - Dr Gill NB IF YOU WANT TO JUMP TO THE COLOUR VISION TEST, YOU'LL FIND IT AT 11:03 MINS IN One of the lesser approached - by medical students anyway - parts of the neurological examination is looking at colour vision There is a requirment for red saturation to be tested in the cranial nerves, as this can indicate optic neuritis, the further investigation into colour vision is often omited This is a shame as 1:12 men, and 1 in 200 women have a colour vision deficiency. Whilst the commonest is red (Protan) and green (deuteran) deficiencies, there are other rarer forms, but they are beyond the scope of the simple office ischihara test. The Ishihara colour blind test allows for determining if someone has red / green colourblindness and also help diagnoses the type Ensure you what to the end of the video, both for the initial test, and also how to determine the type - if any - of colour vision deficiencies you might have Some people may experience an ASMR effect from this video #DrGill #IshiharaChart #ClinicalSkills
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