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Table 5 Difficulties faced by CVD doctors and medical students

From: Subjects with colour vision deficiency in the community: what do primary care physicians need to know?

No. Difficulties faced by CVD doctors and medical students
1 Body colour changes: pallor, cyanosis, jaundice
2 Skin rashes, erythema and lymphangitis
3 Blood and urine test strips
4 Ophthalmology: disc pallor, diabetic changes, haemorrhage versus pigmentation, glaucoma, haemorrhage in anterior chamber, Kayser Fleischer rings
5 Body products: blood versus bile in urine, faeces, sputum, vomit
6 Otoscopy: inflamed drum, wax versus blood
7 Microscopy
8 Mouth and throat conditions
9 Ishihara test giving
10 Chemistry end-points
11 Tissue identification in surgery
12 Gangrene and sores
  1. Data from Spalding [5],[17].