Definition of Tetartanopia
1. Noun. A form of dichromacy characterized by lowered sensitivity to yellow light; so rare that its existence has been questioned.
Generic synonyms: Yellow-blue Color Blindness, Yellow-blue Dichromacy
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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 ..."