A Case of Retinal Dysplasia, Misdiagnosed as Retinoblastoma
Background: Retinal dysplasia is a congenital ocular pathology that can mimic as retinoblastoma caused by abnormal proliferation of retinal tissue.
Objective: To present a case of retinal dysplasia misdiagnosed clinically as retinoblastoma and underwent enucleation surgery.
Result: A 7 years old female underwent enucleation surgery as she was diagnosed clinically as retinoblastoma. Both of them could present with leucocoria and histologically can show rossettes formation. It is important to differentiate both these entities inorder to avoid enucleation in case of retinal dysplasia.