leucocoria

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leucocoria

n. leucocoria, pupila de aspecto blanco producto de una catarata.
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There are many ocular features and complications of retinopathy of prematurity including: avascularity of the peripheral retina, extra-retinal fibrovascular proliferation, vitreous haemorrhage, retinal detachment, leukocoria, and engorgement of retinal and iris vessels.
1) It represents 28% of childhood presentations of leukocoria and is almost always accompanied by poor vision, micropthalmia and often retinal detachment.
The most common sign of retinoblastoma is a white pupillary reflex, known as leukocoria (Wallach and Balmer, 2006).
One-year-old Afra Ibrahim was diagnosed with leukocoria (white pupil) in her left eye when she was eight months old.
Signs and symptoms at presentation were available in all cases: 47 patients (61%) had leukocoria, 30 patients (39%) had proptosis, 16 patients (20.
Apart from restoring of his eyesight (retinopathy with leukocoria and partial retinal detachment), Joel will have to undergo treatment for a hearing impairment and hernia, the spokesperson added.
Most babies/children present with a 'white' reflex, cat's eye, or leukocoria as the light reflects off the tumour.
While a normal retina reflects back red, a retinoblastoma tumor will create a white reflection, a condition called leukocoria.
Afra Ebrahim, a one-year-old baby girl, was diagnosed with leukocoria (white pupil) in her left eye when she was eight months old.
The latter included the pathology accession number, sex, race if indicated, laterality of eye (right or left eye), age of the patient in months at the time of enucleation, tumor classification listed on the pathology accession form (unilateral sporadic, bilateral sporadic, familial or 13q- syndrome), clinical signs at presentation (eg, leukocoria, strabismus, aseptic cellulitis), and other clinical features that were specified and deemed important.
Infants have long received eye screenings for strabismus and leukocoria from their trusted pediatricians as part of a full well-care check-up to detect a host of large- scope health problems.
On examination, you note the leukocoria and a small right esotropia.