Atlas of Retinoblastoma and the differential diagnosis of leukocoria, Retinoblastoma and the differential diagnosis of leukocoria, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net
|FIGURE 1. Leukocoria in the left eye of this infant with retinoblastoma. |
The tumor can actually be visualized behind the clear lens.
|FIGURE 2. Wide-angle fundus photograph reveals two retinoblastoma |
tumors nasal to the optic nerve head.
|FIGURE 3. Ocular B-scan ultrasonogram of a single medium sized|
intraocular tumor. The areas of increased echodensity (white areas) within
the mass correspond to foci of calci cation.
|FIGURE 5. Extensive myelination of the optic nerve bers in this|
right eye. Note uffy edges and partial obstruction of the view of the
optic nerve head by the white opaque myelinated axons.
|FIGURE 16-6 Large chorioretinal coloboma involving the optic nerve|
head and the inferior part of the fundus. This will cause a white pupillary
|FIGURE 7. Yellowish macular elevated lesion made of cholesterol|
exudates from an abnormal leaky vascular aneurysm (not evident on
this photo). The aneurysm can be in the peripheral part of the retina
and the leakage will pool in the posterior pole.
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