leucocoria


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leucocoria

n. leucocoria, pupila de aspecto blanco producto de una catarata.
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Signs at first presentation were leucocoria (59/94), strabismus (21/94), or nystagmus (9/94).
USG was first done when the suspicion was strongly in favour of intraocular lesions due to clinical presentation (Leucocoria) or ophthalmoscopic findings.
Leyenda: FIGURA 24 Ausencia de reflejo rojo (debido a leucocoria) de ojo izquierdo en paciente con catarata congenita
Healthcare workers also need training to increase their awareness that leucocoria in a young child is probably due to RB, and refer these patients urgently to a tertiary healthcare facility for further management.
Examination of the eyes revealed an enlarged and distorted right eye with leucocoria. The left eye appeared normal.
Always assess for leucocoria. Leucocoria can be identified with the direct ophthalmoscope and in advanced cases may be visible with the naked eye.
Se hacen evidentes facies leoninas caracteristicas, leucocoria en ojo derecho, maculas en torax de caracter multiple redondeadas, hipopig-mentadas, de bordes regulares y tendencia a coalescer.
Tambien son reportadas afecciones oftalmologicas, enoftalmia, granulomas, masas inflamatorias perifericas, retinitis unilateral, leucocoria, uveitis, estrabismo, incluso puede causar ceguera, siendo mas frecuentes en ninos [3, 37, 46].
The clinical presentation of RB includes leucocoria, strabismus, conjunctival chemosis, proptosis, and even blindness, which are attributed to late presentation and diagnosis.