Protanomaly, protanomalous

Partial color deficiency affecting the ability to see the color red. There are three possible color vision deficits: red (protan), green (deutan), and blue (tritan). The suffixes ?omaly and ?opia indicate partial and complete color vision deficits, respectively. Therefore, a person who has tritanomaly will have a partial blue color vision deficit while a person who has deuteranopia will have a complete green color deficit.

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