OncoLink Prototype WWW Atlas of Oncology

Jay S. Cooper, MD
New York University Medical Center
Last Modified: November 1, 2001

Pediatric Oncology


  • Opsoclonus in baby with Neuroblastoma


  • Aniridia in child with Wilms Tumor


  • Retinoblastoma


  • Lisch nodules in eye of child with NF and chiasmatic glioma


  • Radiation 'recall' from Dactinomycin delivered shortly after 2200 cGy to the lungs and flank for Wilms' tumor (jpg file). Note that the reaction subsided within several days, and the child is currently well.


  • MRI of Pontine Glioma


  • MRI of Posterior fossa PNET (Medulloblastoma)

Supraglottic Lesions


  • Prior to radiation therapy


  • End of radiation therapy


  • One month post therapy


  • True vocal cord tumor that has just undergone laser vaporization. Note that you can not tell the laser changes from tumor.

These images are presented by:

Jay S. Cooper, MD
Director of Radiation Oncology
New York University Medical Center