|ECR 2019 / C-1393|
|Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasound in differentiating retinoblastoma from persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous (PHPV) in pediatric leukocoria patients with MRI as gold standard|
Ultrasound findings were comparable to that of MRI in patients of retinoblastoma and PHPV. Ultrasound is a highly sensitive diagnostic tool for differentiating between the two diseases in paediatric leukocoria patients. It can be used as a screening tool in resource poor settings having limited sophisticated imaging modalities for early diagnosis and management.
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