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    What is retinoblastoma?

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  • A/Prof Diane Webster

    Ophthalmologist (Eye Specialist)

    Dr Diane Webster is an ophthalmologist who attends the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. View Profile

    Retinoblastoma is a congenital cancer of the retinal cells of the eye. It can be hereditary/genetic and can run in families. It also can occur sporadically due to a gene mutation in utero and thus be the first time it has occurred in the family. It is usually detected before two years of age.

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