An Experimental Study of the Specific Features of Laser Radiation Propagation through the Optical System of the Human Eye and the Optic Nerve
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The results of studies of the process of low-intensity laser radiation propagation through human optic pathways are presented. It is shown that the optic nerve can be modeled as a fiber optic cable rather than a coaxial electric cable.
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