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Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

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Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

Ophthalmology

Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

Ophthalmology

Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

Ophthamology

Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

Ophthalmology

Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

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Retinal tumors in young children caused by a single, genetic change

Retinoblastoma is a childhood retinal tumor usually affecting children one to two years of age. Although rare, it is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in children. 476 more words

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