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Profile of Retinoblastoma in East Java, lndonesia

  title={Profile of Retinoblastoma in East Java, lndonesia},
  author={Hendrian Dwikoloso Soebagjo and Reni Prastyani and Hidayat Sujuti and Diani Lyrawati and Sutiman Bambang Sumitro},
This study showed the profile of retino blastoma in East Jaya, lndonesia and correlations between ini portflnt factors for Retinoblastoma ha.sed on lhe stage of malignancy and pedigree. This is a retrospective sEdy based on hospital rBedical record. Fourty four patieffs were diagnosed of retinoblastoma by histopathology examination. The classificalion of pedigree was dEtenni!€d by uniiaterality/bilaterality and family history of retinoblastoma. IRSS {lnteBrational Retinoblastcma Staging… 

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