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1 Color Perception in Central AchromatopsiaMatthew Rizzo, M.D., F.A.A.N., Department of Neurological Sciences, University of NebraskaCentral achromatopsia is a defect of color perception caused by damage in the visual cortex in which subjects complain the world looks dull, dirty, faded, grey, washed out, or like a black and white TV. Because the defect usually affects a quadrant or hemifield and spares fixation, the region where ...19910224_nanos_posters_01
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