Chemotherapy may offer alternative to enucleation in certain retinoblastoma cases

A conservative approach can be considered as a safe alternative to primary enucleation in children with advanced retinoblastoma in some cases, according to a presenter.
“Chemotherapy with appropriate focal consolidation can help provide eye salvage in about 50% of children with advanced group E retinoblastoma with clinical high-risk factors and without increasing any risk to life,” Harika Regani, MD, said at the virtual American Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting.
In a retrospective, observational case series, Regani and colleagues at Centre for Sight Super Specialty Eye

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