Types of Vision Symptoms
There are many types of vision disorders. The different parts of the eyes may malfunction in various ways. The brain and nerves involved in the processing of visual signals may also become abnormal.
Refractive Disorders: Vision symptoms that are disorders of refraction (focus) include:
Other vision symptoms with strange visual effects include:
It is possible to lose some or all of the visual acuity in one or both eyes, such as:
- Loss of vision
- Partial vision loss
- Peripheral vision loss
- Central vision loss
- Night blindness
- Color blindness (e.g. monochrome vision, red-green color blindness)
The control of the pupil, which should open or close according to light conditions may be abnormal:
Physical eye symptoms include:
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