We report the case of a 12-year-old girl, who presented with floaters
and a white-to-cream peripheral retinal mass in her left eye. No
intrinsic calcifications in B-scan ultrasonography and CT scan of the
orbits were present and MRI showed a homogenously enhancing peripheral
retinal mass with restricted diffusion. Due to close contact with
puppies, the patient was initially treated for ocular toxocariasis.
However, one month later she developed anterior chamber seeding and
anterior chamber tap showed group E retinoblastoma (RB). This case
underlines that RB may occur in older ages with atypical manifestations,
such as uveitis and absence of calcifications.