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Retinoblastoma

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Retinoblastoma

History: This 3 year 4 month old girl had fallen from her bunk bed. The mother noticed a white reflection from the eye upon examining the child. She was then seen by a family physician and a community ophthalmologist before being referred to a university medical center.

Findings: Leukokoria Intraocular mass

Ddx: <li>retinoblastoma <li>astrocytic hamartoma <li>infection

Dxhow: Pathology from enucleation

Exam: Visual acuity could not be assessed on the right but was 20/25 on the left. The right pupillary response was diminished while the left was brisk. Leukokoria was evident on the right. The EOMs were intact. Funduscopic examination disclosed a large white mass overlying the optic nerve with multiple sites of vitreous seeding.

No MeSH data available.


The gross specimen shows a large, focally necrotic gray white mass in the vitreous space.
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Retinoblastoma

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

The gross specimen shows a large, focally necrotic gray white mass in the vitreous space.
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MPX2048_synpic16301: The gross specimen shows a large, focally necrotic gray white mass in the vitreous space.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Retinoblastoma

History: This 3 year 4 month old girl had fallen from her bunk bed. The mother noticed a white reflection from the eye upon examining the child. She was then seen by a family physician and a community ophthalmologist before being referred to a university medical center.

Findings: Leukokoria Intraocular mass

Ddx: <li>retinoblastoma <li>astrocytic hamartoma <li>infection

Dxhow: Pathology from enucleation

Exam: Visual acuity could not be assessed on the right but was 20/25 on the left. The right pupillary response was diminished while the left was brisk. Leukokoria was evident on the right. The EOMs were intact. Funduscopic examination disclosed a large white mass overlying the optic nerve with multiple sites of vitreous seeding.

No MeSH data available.