Vestibular Neurophysiology and Color Vision Deficiency


Mr. Muhammad Lafi Alosimi Senior optometrist. He graduated from King Saud University in 2008. He worked as head of the optometry department at the Military Hospital in Al-Kharj. He holds a master’s degree in 2018. He has more than 15 years of experience in the field of examining and diagnosing vision diseases.

Mr. Naif Bani Alharby, Presently working as Senior dietitian with PSMMC, Riyadh- Saudi Arabia. He holds MSc Food Science, Safety and health from Heriot Watt University in 2013. He published many articles in national and international journals.

Mr. Yousef Dhaifallah Alzahrani, Hospital management specialist. HE holds a bachelor degree in medical administration. He worked as manager assistant in FCM in PSMMC, Riyadh-Saudi Arabia. Presently working as HR administrator. He has five years experience in the fields of Medical Administration.

Dr. Majed Abdullah Alhojailan is currently working as an FM consultant with PSMMC in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He is a board-certified concultant in Family Medicine. He has more than 20 years experience in the fields of Family Medicine.



Color vision deficiency (CVD), is building blocks of the argument, who stated that color blindness is among the most common disorders of vision. Besides, the increasing intensity of studies directed towards color vision deficiency proves the need for increased awareness on this form of invisible disability in order to provide a greater role in assistance and advocacy. The definition of color is relevant in color deficiency as it depicts the mechanics behind reality of the inability of people to sense or see the detailed physical spectral differences of objects despite them having the normal vision.

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