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Differential Diagnosis For Color blindness acquired/dimming

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List of current finding(s):

Infected organ, Abscesses
Choroiditis/Chorioretinitis
Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Multiple Sclerosis
Myelo-optico-neuritis, subacute
Metabolic, Storage Disorders
Diabetes mellitus, poorly controlled
Hypobetalipoproteinemia
Abetalipoproteinemia (Bassen Kornzweig)
Deficiency Disorders
Malnutrition/Starvation
Hereditary, Familial, Genetic Disorders
Hypothalamic hypogonadism, Kallman's
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Cataract
Reference to Organ System
Optic Neuritis
Retinitis pigmentosa
Drugs
Barbiturate Administration/Toxicity
Barbiturate overdose
Digitalis toxicity/poisoning
Digitalis preparations Administration/Toxicity
Digitoxin (Crystodigin) Administration/Toxicity
Quinine Administration/Toxicity
Chloroquine (Aralen) Administration/Toxicity
Digoxin (Lanoxin) Administration/Toxicity
Ethambutol (Myambutal) Administration/Toxicity
Isoniazid (INH/Nydrazid) Administration/Toxicity
Chloroquine retinopathy/syndrome
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Alcoholism, chronic
Tobacco smoking/excess
Organ Poisoning (Intoxication)
Toxic amblyopia
Synonyms
Acquired Color Blindness, Acquired color vision deficiencies, Acquired color vision deficiency, Acquired color vision deficiency (disorder), Acquired colour blindness, Acquired colour vision deficiency, Binocular vision suppression, Binocular vision suppression (disorder), Color blindness acquired, Colour blindness acquired, Suppression, Suppression (observable entity), suppression binocular vision, Suppression of binocular vision, Supression of binocular vision, vision binocular suppression, Visual Suppression
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Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)
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