SS4 Lecture 2 : Colour Vision - basic concepts and clinical techniques applied to clinical practice
Venue: ACO 374 Cardigan St, Carlton, VIC, 3053
Provider: Australian College of Optometry
Contact: Michelle Waugh, [E] email@example.com, [P] 03 9349 7477
- Integrate colour vision results and a range of other clinical results to help in the diagnosis and management of ocular disease.
- Understand the significance of X-chromosome inactivation in females with respect to colour vision performance (tetrachromacy) and X-linked ocular diseases.
- Appreciate the different types of congenital colour vision defects and how some reflect a family of cone dystrophies that can be identified using multi-model imaging.
- Put Köllner’s law into perspective: acquired colour vision deficiencies impact all visual processing channels.
- Appreciate how the results of colour vision testing can complement the understanding and help in the diagnosis of ocular disease, via the use of several clinical cases.
Max points awarded: 3.00
|Colour Vision: basic concepts and cutting-edge clinical techniques applied to clinical practice|
|Face to Face with Assessment|
|Points for attending & Passing Assessment|