Cat’s-Eye Reflex


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A white reflection seen through the pupil in
(1) Retinoblastoma—due to the tumoural deformity of the fundus
(2) End-stage retrolental fibroplasia—caused by a flattened to nodular scarred white retrolental membrane that is nonreactive to light; salvage of vision in either is rare, and is accompanied by persistent anterior persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous humour, due to non-involution of foetal hyaloid artery and accompanying fibrovascular tissue
(3) Visceral larva migrans, due to Toxocara spp