leucocoria

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leucocoria

n. leucocoria, pupila de aspecto blanco producto de una catarata.
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3,9] The most common and obvious sign of retinoblastoma is an abnormal appearance of the retina as viewed through the pupil, the medical term for which is leukocoria, also known as amaurotic cat's eye reflex.
Low vision was particularly common in older Coats' patients, whereas strabismus and leukocoria were the most common complaints at presentation in early childhood, likely due to children's inability to describe their vision problems or their families not recognizing them.
Retinoblastoma (RB; MIM# 180200) is an intraocular tumor of retina that mostly develops during early infancy with leukocoria as first clinical sign.
Leukocoria is a typical manifestation in children's retinoblastoma, but not a common presentation in adults.
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.
This disorder often presents at birth as leukocoria in otherwise healthy, full-term infants.
Signs and symptoms at presentation were available in all cases: 47 patients (61%) had leukocoria, 30 patients (39%) had proptosis, 16 patients (20.
of Signs/Symptoms patients * (%) ([dagger]) Signs (n = 32) Subretinal granulomatous 20 (65) mass/scar Vitritis 16 (55) Scotoma 10 (50) Posterior pole granuloma 13 (42) Peripheral granuloma with 12 (39) traction bands Active chorioretinitis 11 (34) Retinal detachment 9 (28) Strabismus 8 (27) Anterior uveitis 8 (25) Leukocoria 4 (15) Diffuse nematode endophthalmitis 2 (6) Symptoms (n = 37) Vision loss 25 (83) Permanent 17 (68) Temporary 7 (28) Unknown 1 (<1) Floaters 13 (38) Eye redness 12 (32) Photophobia 10 (27) Eye pain 7 (19) * Because of missing data, the number of respondents for selected characteristics varies.
Fourteen (100%) presented with leukocoria, classified as VB stage using Rees-Ellsworth classification.