pseudoisochromatic

(soo″do-i″so-kro-mat┬┤ik) seemingly of the same color throughout, referring to a solution or chart for testing color blindness, having two pigments or colors that are distinguished by the normal eye but not by the color blind eye.
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pseudoisochromatic

Apparently of the same colour; denoting certain charts containing coloured spots mixed with figures printed in confusion colours; used in testing for colour vision deficiency. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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pseudoisochromatic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sū′dō-ī′sō-krō-mat′ik Definitions: 1. Apparently of the same color; denoting certain charts containing colored spots mixed with figures printed in confusion colors; used in testing for color vision deficiency.
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