Family History

Patients with unilateral retinoblastoma most often have sporadic disease, i.e., no other case of retinoblastoma has been noted in their family. About 75% of patients with bilateral retinoblastoma are also sporadic; in the remainder (25%) there is a positive family history (familial retinoblastoma). Examination of the fundus of the eye in all first-degree relatives of children with retinoblastoma is required to identify retinal scars or quiescent tumors (retinomas).[4] The presence of such lesions in a relative indicates familial disease.

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