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This film examines traumatic injuries and biological organisms that affect the eye. This instructional film is from Kansas State University's web-based course, GENAG 711, Occupational and Agricultural Health. Copyright 2010, 2011, Mitch Ricketts.
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Material Type: Presentation
Technical Format: Video
Date Added to MERLOT: March 26, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 20, 2015
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Submitter: Mitch Ricketts
Keywords: amebic, mold, Eye, virus, scar, Bacillus cereus, fungus, vitreous humor, occupational health, Kansas State University, fibrinous iritis, poisoned, optic nerve, fungi, detached retina, aqueous humor, toxic, acuity, infection, iris, yeast, foreign body, occupational safety, dislocated lens, amoeba, inflammation, pink eye, Mitch Ricketts, conjunctivitis, industrial hygiene, hazard, conjunctiva, traumatic injury, tears, amebae, cornea, pupil, bacteria, genag711, blindness, cataract, enucleation, hemorrhage

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