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LOSS OF VISION FROM HIGH INTENSITY LIGHT
ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE (FRANCE)
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Contents Visual decrement in humans following thermonuclear detonations Functional damage threshold for retinal burn Visual and retinal effects of exposure to high intensity light sources Immediate and delayed retinal vascular changes following exposure to high intensity light Effects of laser irradiation on head and eye of small animals in terms of neuro-motor behavior The time course of flash-blindness Effects of simulated retinal burns on detectability and legibility Preserving vision despite exposure to high intensity light Success of US Navy equipment development programs in meeting the flash-blindness problem Photochromic substances Relative danger of retinal burn and flash-blindness for various yields of nuclear explosions Prediction of eye safe separation distances Resistance to flash-blindness and aircrew selection.
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