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Retinoblastoma is a cancer of the retina, a light-sensitive layer of tissue in the eye. It is most common primary intraocular malignancy of childhood and accounts..

Risk Factors

There are no known risk factors, however the following factors may be associated with it

Signs and Symptoms

  • Leukocoria – An opaque white area in the pupil caused by the tumor reflecting light.
  • Strabismus (crossed eyes)


The evaluation in children with suspected retinoblastoma is carried out by or in consultation with an ocular oncologist and typically includes


  • Choice of initial treatment is based on the tumor size, location, and laterality; presence or absence of vitreous or subretinal seeds; patient age; and visual prognosis



  • How do we follow-up after completion of treatment?
  • What are the other issues affecting children and caregivers?
  • Can Childhood Leukemia be prevented?

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