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Figure 1: A 1-year-old male with unilateral retinoblastoma presented with leukocoria (a). Fundus examination revealed Group E retinoblastoma and extensive vitreous “cloud” (b). The patient underwent primary intra-arterial chemotherapy; fundus photo after cycle 1 (c) shows regressing “cloud”, fundus photo after cycle 2 (d) unmasks optic disc, fundus photo after cycle 3 (e) reveals underlying tumor, fundus photo after cycle 4 (f) shows further vitreous seed regression, fundus photo after cycle 5 (g) shows tumor calcification, and fundus photo after cycle 6 (h) shows complete regression of main tumor and vitreous seeds

Figure 1: A 1-year-old male with unilateral retinoblastoma presented with leukocoria (a). Fundus examination revealed Group E retinoblastoma and extensive vitreous “cloud” (b). The patient underwent primary intra-arterial chemotherapy; fundus photo after cycle 1 (c) shows regressing “cloud”, fundus photo after cycle 2 (d) unmasks optic disc, fundus photo after cycle 3 (e) reveals underlying tumor, fundus photo after cycle 4 (f) shows further vitreous seed regression, fundus photo after cycle 5 (g) shows tumor calcification, and fundus photo after cycle 6 (h) shows complete regression of main tumor and vitreous seeds