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What is White-eye?

The most common and easily recognised early sign of retinoblastoma is a white glow in the affected eye, like a cat's eye caught in headlights at night. "Leukocoria" is the medical term for this white eye reflex. The whiteness is usually only seen in dim light, or in photographs where a flash has been used.

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I noticed a slightly raised red patch on d lateral side of the white eye of my baby's (4mths old)left eye 2 days ago which spreads laterally,no...

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hi dear
thanks for choosing HCM
as you have mentioned the abscence of discharge infection is ruled out

probably what you are seeing is...

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Hi my name is Grant. I am 17 years old and it seems like my eyes are just red usually more in the corner of then and they are very veiny. Sometimes...

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Hi Grant, you are 17 years of age, your eyes are red in the corners, some times dry. you are using naphcon since 1 year.
Naphcon drops are meant...

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I noticed a slightly raised red patch on d lateral side of the white eye of my baby's (4mths old)left eye 2 days ago which spreads laterally,no...

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Hi my name is Grant. I am 17 years old and it seems like my eyes are just red usually more in the corner of then and they are very veiny. Sometimes...

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