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- n. An abnormal white reflection from the retina of the eye, a medical sign for a number of conditions.
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Medically known as leukocoria, which literally means white pupil, it's usually seen in only one eye and usually covers most - if not all - of the pupil.
Tyler's white eye, called leukocoria, was the classic warning sign.
The flash of the camera can make the tumor (s) visible in photographs, appearing as a white hue known as leukocoria, rather than seeing a red eye reflex as in a normal healthy eye.
White (leukocoria) or red pupil instead of the normal black
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