COLOR VISION TEST
This test, also known as Ishihara test, can be positive in the following conditions:
- Congenital abnormalities of vision perception (e.g. Daltonism, etc)
- Optic nerve diseases (e.g. optic neuritis, multiple sclerosis)
In these cases, there is reduced ability to discriminate colors, as a result it gets difficult to identify the numbers in the colored pictures attached.
If you have troubles finding the colored numbers in this picture, you should contact an eye doctor.
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