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This is most often seen because of the way the light from the flash catches the retina and reflects off of it; this is especially true when the pupil looks white in one picture and then is red in another contemporary picture. However...
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Yes, just found it, sorry. Would the pediatrician be able to make this diagnosis or would it have to be a specialist? Is there any association with the nosebleeds? He blinks a lot when watching t.v.
No, this needs to be seen by an ophthalmologist only--no pediatricians or optometrists should be answering this question. I would not expect this to be associated with nosebleeds, no. Blinking a lot while watching tv is usually nothing concerning, usually just a little bit of dry and irritated eyes, but the ophthalmologist would be able to assess for that as well. Do you have any other questions about this?
No, thank you, ***** ***** with you and hope it is nothing but should be checked out by a specialist to be sure. thank you.