The scientists were able to use adaptive optics to obtain high-resolution images of the damage to her photoreceptors. Three days after the eclipse, she went to an ophthalmologist in NY and subsequent eye exams showed she had permanently damaged photoreceptors in both eyes and a lesion in her left.
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But the woman was not in the path of totality during the eclipse (during totality it is safe to look at the sun without eye protection), and the sun was only 70 percent obscured during the peak of the eclipse in the area that the woman viewed the event.
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Eye specialists at major medical centers in Oregon, Kansas and Pennsylvania said in interviews this week that they encountered cases of eclipse-related eyestrain, but none so severe or well-documented as the plight of the woman in NY who last August made the mistake of borrowing sunglasses from a stranger to watch the celestial show. That meant the sun's bright light was still visible and damaging to the eyes. She said her vision became blurry and distorted just a few hours later and that she started seeing a black spot when looking out of her left eye.
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Because total solar eclipses are rare, doctors don't often see patients with solar retinopathy, and when they have in the past, they didn't have the same imaging tools available to use.