Influence of ultrasound on the permeability of the blood-eye barrier and of the refractive media of the eye
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In experiments carried out on rabbits a study was made of the permeability of the blood-eye barrier and of the ocular refractive media after a course of irradiation with tolerable intensities of ultrasound. A marked increase of permeability was found; there was also an increase of the sorptive properties of the cornea, lens, and vitreous body, both in the irradiated and in the other eye.
KeywordsPublic Health Sorptive Property Vitreous Body Tolerable Intensity Refractive Medium
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