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A temporary condition occurring because of the effect of negative g on the body, resulting in excessive blood pools flowing into the head and the face and the eyes becoming suffused. The vision is dimmed and the person experiences “redout.” A redout occurs at much lower g values than a gray-out or a blackout, is much more unpleasant, and the effects last much longer. See G-loc.
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