Definition of Tetartanopia

1. Noun. A form of dichromacy characterized by lowered sensitivity to yellow light; so rare that its existence has been questioned.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tetartanopia

tetanus antitoxin
tetanus antitoxin unit
tetanus dorsalis
tetanus immune globulin
tetanus immunoglobulin
tetanus neonatorum
tetanus posticus
tetanus shot
tetanus toxin
tetanus vaccine
tetanuses
tetany
tetany cataract
tetany of alkalosis
tetard
tetartanopia (current term)
tetartemorion
tetartemorions
tetartohedral
tetartohedrism
tetartohedrisms
tetaug
tetch
tetched
tetched in the haid
tetched in the head
tetchier
tetchiest
tetchily
tetchiness

Literary usage of Tetartanopia

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1. An Atlas of the differential diagnosis of the diseases of the nervous system by Henry Hun (1914)
"Bi-temporal Loss of the temporal' half in both fields. 363 tetartanopia or ... Bi-nasal hemianopia cannot result from one lesion. tetartanopia is due to a ..."

2. An Atlas of the differential diagnosis of the diseases of the nervous system by Henry Hun (1912)
"tetartanopia is due to a lesion of the upper lip of the contralateral calcarine fissure if it be a lower quadrant and of the lower lip of this fissure if ..."

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