How are your child's eyes?

In a flash photograph, one eye has a red reflection, the other a white reflection

In a flash photograph, one eye has a red reflection, the other a white reflection

This observation is very important because a sighting of a white pupil should never be taken lightly. The origin of this white pupil can be malformative, infectious or accidental but it can also have a cancerous origin.

It is, moreover, the only childhood cancer that is recognisable, precisely by a white pupil, and it should justify immediate consultation with a specialist.