EFFECT OF COLOUR VISION IN MACULAR HOLE
The aim of the study is to analyze the effect on Colour Vision in cases of Macular Hole
Prospective cross sectional study was performed at tertiary eye care centers within the period of 2.5 years. Screening was done and subjects were taken to tertiary eye care centers for further evaluation. Subjects with macular hole were included and visual functions along with slit lamp evaluation and fundus evaluation were performed. Colour Vision was assessed with PV 16 colour vision Test. Data was analyzed using SPSS software version 20 and Microsoft Office Excel version 10.
58 subjects were included in the study. Out of that 71 % were males and 29% were Females. Colour vision was assessed and it is found that only 16 % of subjects were having normal colour vision while 62 % of subjects were having Mild Tritanopia and 22% of subjects will develop Moderate Tritanopia.
Mild to Moderate Tritanopia develops in cases of Macular hole.
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