Extensively referenced but retaining its practical approach, this book discusses colour specification systems and colour vision theories in a readily accessible way. Assessment and examination techniques are fully covered and there is a summary of typicalresults which are obtained in different types of colour deficiency. The optimum use of screening, classification, grading and occupational tests is detailed. A chapter is devoted to the examination of children, and there is helpful information on giving advice about employment.
This practical book with its clinical approach is an essential purchase for optometry students and practitioners, dispensing opticians, ophthalmologists, and all professions involved in colour vision assessment and examination.
|Author||Jennifer Birch MPhil FCOptom|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Number Of Pages||160|