Information for "Ishihara Color Blind Test"

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Display titleIshihara Color Blind Test
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Page creatorLee (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation14:44, 13 July 2023
Latest editorLee (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit23:26, 18 July 2023
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The Ishihara Color Blind Test is the most well-known and widely used diagnostic tool for identifying color vision deficiencies (CVD). It is most notable for detecting red-green color blindness. It is composed of colored dots.
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  • colorblind test
  • colour
  • dots test
  • am i colorblind
  • can colourblind see
  • visual disabilities
  • types of colorblind
  • red-green
  • test
  • Ishihara
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