leucocoria

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leucocoria

n. leucocoria, pupila de aspecto blanco producto de una catarata.
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The primary complain at the time of presentation was recorded as leukocoria in 13 eyes (68.4%), proptosis in 4 eyes (21.1%), decreased vision in 1 eye (5.3%) and buphthalmos in 1 eye (5.3%).
Retinoblastoma, the most common primary intraocular tumor in childhood, leads to leukocoria. A study on retinoblastoma determined that only 123 (8%) of 1831 children with leukocoria were detected by a pediatrician.
Most patients present clinically with unilateral decrease in vision, strabismus, or leukocoria. The most important differential diagnosis is unilateral retinoblastoma, which occurs in the same age group and has some overlapping clinical manifestations.
[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.M Other signs and symptoms include deterioration of vision, a red and irritated eye with glaucoma, and faltering growth or delayed development.
The 3 y/o male proband (II:1) came to our attention at the age of four months presenting leukocoria in the right eye.
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.
The most common sign of retinoblastoma is a white pupillary reflex, known as leukocoria (Wallach and Balmer, 2006).
(1) It represents 28% of childhood presentations of leukocoria and is almost always accompanied by poor vision, micropthalmia and often retinal detachment.
Marcus, "Ocular toxocariasis presenting as leukocoria in a patient with low ELISA titer to Toxocara canis," Ophthalmology, vol.
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.