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Does a retinoblastoma always show on a flash photo?

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Dr. Anand Patel
Pediatrics
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In brief: Definitely not.

While flash photography can find retinoblastoma, not seeing it on flash photos does not mean that it is not there.
See: http://www.Rbsociety.Ca/nphotographing.Html.

In brief: Definitely not.

While flash photography can find retinoblastoma, not seeing it on flash photos does not mean that it is not there.
See: http://www.Rbsociety.Ca/nphotographing.Html.
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Dr. Daniel Pierre
Ophthalmology - Pediatric

In brief: No

Sometimes the lesion is small enough or out of the line of sight of the camera, and will not always show up in flash photography.

In brief: No

Sometimes the lesion is small enough or out of the line of sight of the camera, and will not always show up in flash photography.
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