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[ret-in-oh-blast-OH-muh]a type of cancer that starts in the retina of the eye (the nerve cells lining the back of the eyeball). It’s most often seen in infants and young children, and can sometimes be inherited.

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How is retinoblastoma treated?

Because retinoblastoma is rare, few doctors other than those in specialty eye
hospitals and major children's cancer centers have much experience ...


What's new in retinoblastoma research and treatment?

Research on retinoblastoma is being done at many medical centers, university
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What is retinoblastoma?

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What happens after treatment for retinoblastoma?

Following treatment for retinoblastoma, the main concerns for most families
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How is retinoblastoma staged?

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What are the risk factors for retinoblastoma?

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How is retinoblastoma diagnosed?

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Cryotherapy for retinoblastoma

Cryotherapy uses a small probe that is cooled to very low temperatures, killing
the retinoblastoma cells by freezing them. ... Retinoblastoma. ...