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Retinoblastoma - Past, Present and Future [Working Title]
Retinoblastoma is the most common primary ocular malignancy in children. Diagnosing retinoblastoma relies mainly on the clinical appearance of the lesion and not on histological description. Although histology still remains the gold standard in evaluation of tumor extension and progression risk factor, a tumor biopsy carries high risk of dissemination and is difficult to obtain. Retinoblastoma has characteristic clinical features of creamy-white mass associated with subretinal fluids and may bedoi:10.5772/intechopen.86828 fatcat:wpe47yph4zgorlccmtzvjjg6ri