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Retinoblastoma            (re-ti-no blah-sto'mah)


A malignant tumor of the retina that appears in early life and may occur in one or both eyes. Usually observed before the age of 5, it is composed of embryonic cells and tends to invade the choroid and optic nerve. In some cases, it may extend beyond the confines of the eyeball and cause cataracts and glaucoma.

 

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