Most patients suffering from Retinoblastoma suffer from partial to complete loss of vision in the affected eye due to development of a malignant tumor in the affected eyes. It is a rare medical condition exclusively affecting children who have retinas with undeveloped cells. A hereditary disease, Retinoblastoma often comes with symptoms like leucorrhea, which takes the form of pigmentation on the retina. Prognosis usually involves chemo or thermotherapy before opting for a enucleation or removal of the affected eye.
HOW IS RETINOBLASTOMA DIAGNOSED?
Bilateral Retinoblastoma occurs when both the eyes are affected by the cancer.