In 1997 a mental health survey using a 30-item General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-30) and an interview survey of an atomic bombing experience were conducted in survivors of the Nagasaki atomic bombing. Overall psychological distress measured on the basis of the GHQ-30 was greater in the atomic bombing survivors than in the controls. As for the contents of… (More)
Contemporary views on assessment of visual function were presented. The tests feature high sensitivity and possibility of quantitative evaluation of visual abnormality.