How do you treat red-green color blindness?
Colour (color) blindness is genetic and is not curable.
-- The question asks whether red-green color blindness is treatable, not curable.
Yes, Color blindness is a color vision deficiency, characterized by a persons inability to differentiate between various colors. Although color blindness is genetic in nature, i.e. passing from one generation to another, a substantial amount of cases are related to damage caused to eye, brain or nerves. Though rare, exposure to certain chemicals can also trigger color blindness. Although color blindness is technically a wrong term to refer to this eye problem, it is preferred…
There are several types of color blindness. Total color blindness Partial color blindness The partial cases can be broken down into: Red-green Dichromacy (protanopia and deuteranopia) Anomalous trichromacy (protanomaly and deuteranomaly) Blue-yellow Dichromacy (tritanopia) Anomalous trichromacy (tritanomaly)
A female who does not carry the color blindness allele has children with a male who is color blind What proportion of their children will be color blind?
Color blindness can be inherited genetically. there are many mutations capable of causing color blindness. Shaken Baby Syndrome, accidents and other trauma to the retina, optic nerve, or higher brain areas, and UV damage to the retina, can all cause color blindness. All this said, color blindness restricted to green only is extremely, exceedingly rare. However Red/Green Color Blindness is the most common, nearly 99% of all color blind people are Red/Green color blind.