How to treat congenital color blindness more effectively? _Industry News_
Broadly speaking, color blindness as we know it can be divided into two types: congenital and acquired. Congenital color blindness is determined by genetic genes. Patients have no ability to recognize colors and are truly color blind. Acquired color blindness is usually caused by fundus diseases, and patients have poor color recognition ability, which is color weakness. So, how can color blindness be treated more effectively? Each of us has cone cells in the fundus that determine the strength of color vision. In patients with congenital color blindness, the photosensitive pigment in this cell is missing or abnormal. So far, medical technology has not been able to cure this. Kind of disease. But fortunately, the clinical significance of congenital color blindness is less than three ten thousandths, and the rest are all just color blindness. With the rapid advancement of medical technology, most of these color vision diseases can be effectively treated, and color vision can be completely restored to a normal state. The first thing that needs to be done is to distinguish between color blindness and color weakness. In our common sense, protanopia has no vision for red, and protanopia has no vision for green. However, the two types of color blindness can see yellow and blue respectively, and they also feel that these two colors are particularly vivid. In response to these principles, medical experts have produced a color-blind and color-blind check chart, allowing the patient to recognize it, and then they can accurately determine whether it is color-blind or color-blind in a short time. Secondly, use medical equipment for correction. One kind of instrument is called the red light color enhancement instrument, which can enhance the color yellow function of the visual cells. The other is called a color vision correction device, which is a combination of a color blindness correction chart and a color blindness correction mirror. Through these two instruments, patients can be trained to distinguish, distinguish and replace various colors to improve their color perception function. After ensuring that the above-mentioned treatment plan is strictly implemented, the average cure rate of acquired color blindness can reach 77.5%. Therefore, when a patient suspects that he is colorblind, he should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Even if he is diagnosed with acquired colorblindness, he must undergo systematic treatment under the guidance of a professional ophthalmologist to get healed.