Blast wave exposure damages the neural retina. At baseline, each layer of the retina appears normal in the b-scan image and the corresponding fundus image shows no signs of pathology (ONH: optic nerve head). The green lines in the fundus images denote the location of the b-line scan images. An example of a retinal detachment after blast wave exposure is shown. It appears as a dark area between the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and photoreceptors (arrow) and as a dark shadow in the mid-peripheral region of the retina fundus image (box). An example of retinal folds with corresponding retinal detachments (arrows; boxes) is shown. ONL: outer nuclear layer, INL: inner nuclear layer, GCL: ganglion cell layer.