pseudoglioma

pseudoglioma

 [soo″do-gli-o´mah]
any condition mimicking retinoblastoma, e.g., retrolental fibroplasia or exudative retinopathy.

pseu·do·gli·o·ma

(sū'dō-glī-ō'mă),
Any intraocular opacity liable to be mistaken for retinoblastoma.
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Spaulding, "Rubeosis iridis in retinoblastoma and pseudoglioma," Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society, vol.
This volume on ocular pathology outlines the basic principles of pathology, congenital anomalies, nongranulomatous and granulomatous inflammation, surgical and nonsurgical trauma, the skin and lacrimal drainage system, and pathologies of various parts of the eye, as well as tumors, glaucoma, diabetes, and retinoblastoma and pseudoglioma. This edition includes new tables; new imaging techniques like ultrasound biomicroscopy and optical coherence tomography; and new entities like familial anterior-segment dysgenesis syndrome, diffuse keratoconjunctival proliferation, and new corneal dystrophies like zipper cell endotheliopathy, Lisch dystrophy, epithelial recurrent erosion dystrophy, subepithelial mucinous corneal dystrophy, and dystrophia Helsinglandica and dystrophia Smolandiendsis.
B-scan in differentiating pseudoglioma from retinoblastoma, apart from confirming the diagnosis of retinoblastoma.
Rubeosis iridis and retinoblastoma and pseudoglioma. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc.
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Warman, his colleague Yaoqin Gong, and their collaborators have searched for the osteoporosis pseudoglioma gene for almost a decade.
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