BILATERAL RETINOBLASTOMA IN AN 11 MONTHS OLD BOY: CASE REPORT

Shaaibu A S, Danjaji AU, Mustapha IM, El- Habeeb AM

Abstract


Retinoblastoma is rare malignant congenital intraocular tumour arising from primitive photoreceptor cells of retina1. It is the most common intraocular tumour in children1,2, with an incidence of 1/15,000–20,000 live births3. It may occur at any age but most often it occurs in younger children, usually before the age of two years3.


Keywords


Retinoblastoma suppressor identified mutations

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