By Swathi Kaliki, MD
    Annual Meeting 2011

    Retinoblastoma is the most common primary intraocular malignancy of childhood. Worldwide, it is estimated that 8,000 children develop the disease, and 3,400 die from it annually. Most deaths occur in developing areas due to delayed diagnosis and treatment. In this video, the authors discuss the common and uncommon presentations of retinoblastoma with the intention of educating all health providers and families to recognize and treat early.