J. E. L. Bendor-Samuel
1946 British Journal of Ophthalmology  
Comment.-A case of eclipse blindness is described, which showed the typical features, of this condition-diminished vision, coming on within a few hours of exposure to the sun, the presence of a scotoma and a macular hole. The macular damage and diminished visual acuity appear to be permanent. foUlowing case illustrates the value of interference in an eye with siderosis bulbi even in an advanced state and is thought worthy of publication in view of the possible frequency of such cases after war injuries.
doi:10.1136/bjo.30.2.85 pmid:21012991 fatcat:om3zbct2nfcpjgobp7keau2cae