Case files of the medical toxicology fellowship at the university of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts: Stumbling through a blue haze

Abstract

Glaucopsia, or “Blue Haze,” is a transient disturbance of vision resulting from exposure to the vapor of certain industrial chemicals, notably amines that can be found in products such as spray-on polyurethane foams. Visual effects such as halos around bright objects, blue-grey vision, and fogging of vision typically appear within a few hours of exposure… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF03160981

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