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Br J Ophthalmol. Mar 1985; 69(3): 233–235.
PMCID: PMC1040569
Blue light hazard and aniridia.
R. V. Abadi and C. M. Dickinson
The fundi of three patients with aniridia were photographed with a 470 nm illuminating light source. No apparent change in contrast was observable throughout the macular region. This would suggest an absence of the macular pigment. The likelihood of aniridics being more susceptible than normal persons to blue light damage is discussed.
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