1 June 1982 On The Intensities Of Fluorescent Light At The Corneas With Particular Application To Radiologists
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Fluorescent lighting is part of our environment. The authors have determined the intensity of such light on the corneas of working radiologists. No assessment has yet been made of the effects of such lighting over prolonged and continued periods of exposure which are frequently encountered in many work activities. Additional data is needed.
Irvin Deutsch, Irvin Deutsch, Herbert Malamud, Herbert Malamud, } "On The Intensities Of Fluorescent Light At The Corneas With Particular Application To Radiologists," Optical Engineering 21(3), 213517 (1 June 1982). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972939 . Submission:
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