Leukocoria

Leukocoria (also leukokoria or white pupillary reflex) is an abnormal white reflection from the retina of the eye. Leukocoria resembles eyeshine, but leukocoria can occur in humans and other animals that lack eyeshine because their retina lacks a tapetum lucidum. Leukocoria is a medical sign for a number of conditions, including Coats disease, con...
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leukocoria

A whitening of the pupil of the eye.
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Leukocoria

Leukocoria: A white pupillary reflex. When one shines a bright light on the pupil, it normally appears red. In leukocoria, the light makes the pupil look white. This occurs with a number of eye diseases including congenital cataract and retinoblastoma (a malignancy of the retina).
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leukocoria

Reflection from a white mass within the eye giving the appearance of a white pupil. ... Synonym: leukokoria, white pupillary reflex. ... Origin: Leuko-white, + G. Kore, pupil ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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leukocoria

Type: Term Pronunciation: lū′kō-kō′rē-ă, lū′kō-kō′rē-ă Definitions: 1. Reflection from a white mass within the eye giving the appearance of a white pupil. Synonyms: leukokoria, white pupillary reflex
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