Immune infiltrate appears after blast wave exposure. (A-C) Immune infiltrate is present in the anterior chamber, including the cornea (A) and the aqueous humor near the ciliary body (B) and the aqueous humor near the cornea (C). (D) An epiretinal membrane after blast wave exposure (arrows). (E) The epiretinal membranes are positive for complement 3d (C3d) indicating that they are immune-mediated. The scale bar in (A) is 50 μm and also applies to (B) and (D); the scale bar in (C) is 5 μm; the scale bar in (E) is 25 μm.