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The Retinoblastoma Program at Cincinnati Children’s offers a broad array of leading-edge therapies when providing retinoblastoma treatment. They include:
Physicians in the Retinoblastoma Program use sophisticated tests to determine whether an eye affected by retinoblastoma is likely to function properly following treatment. If necessary, these tests can help physicians and families decide whether to remove the eye. Such tests include direct visual inspection of the eye and tumor under anesthesia, imaging evaluation (MRI), visual acuity assessments when feasible, and optic pathway function tests (visual evoked potential).
When the eye cannot be saved, our team offers ocular prosthetics. These sophisticated implants are designed in such a way that the artificial eye, artistically designed to match the other eye, can move in concert with the child’s healthy eye, allowing for a natural appearance.
Learn more about the specialists who comprise our multidisciplinary care team.
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