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I have green color blindness. I have been told that color blind doctors cannot do residency in pathology and ophthalmology.
Is it true for radiology also?? because in radio, we have color doppler, which uses primary colors..... is there anyway i can find out the rules??
Don't think this condition limits your ability to be a fine physician in any way, however, opththalmology requires so much from you visually that it may to some degree...a grey area to be sure.
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