Clinical presentation, treatment, and outcome of trilateral retinoblastoma.

@article{Holladay1991ClinicalPT,
  title={Clinical presentation, treatment, and outcome of trilateral retinoblastoma.},
  author={D A Holladay and A O Holladay and Joseph F. Montebello and K P Redmond},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1991},
  volume={67 3},
  pages={710-5}
}
In this report, three new cases of trilateral retinoblastoma are presented. The clinical presentation, treatment, and outcome of the patients are described and compared with those of 32 cases that have been previously reported in the literature. A positive family history was obtained in 68% of the patients. The mean age at diagnosis of bilateral retinoblastoma was 7.2 months. The mean age at diagnosis of trilateral disease was 39.7 months, resulting in a mean latent interval of 32.6 months. The… CONTINUE READING

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