Ophthalmological aspects of chronic CS2 intoxication

  title={Ophthalmological aspects of chronic CS2 intoxication},
  author={J. J. de Laey and Alfred F. De Rouck and Hilde Priem and Michel N Vanhoorne},
  journal={International Ophthalmology},
As a pilot study preliminary to a large scale survey on chronic CS2 toxicity 30 workers of a viscose rayon industry in Belgium have been examined. Twenty of them were working in the xanthation spinning department where chronic CS2 intoxication is more likely to occur and ten controls were chosen form the supposedly safe bleaching division. Ophthalmological evaluation included visual fields, coulour vision testing, fluoro-angiography, ERG and EOG. In both groups fundus anomalies, abnormal EOG's… CONTINUE READING

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