exophthalmos

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protrusion of the eyeball from the socket

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Onchocerca lupi, known to infest dog eyes, inducing an acute or chronic ocular disease characterized by conjunctivitis, photophobia, lacrimation, discharge, and exophthalmia.
In physoclists, this can cause overexpansion of the swim bladder and resultant injuries to multiple organs (barotrauma), including severe exophthalmia ("pop-eye").
One or more of the following could, therefore, significantly impair visual function: 1) mechanical damage to the optic nerve or retina resulting from rapid decompression-induced exophthalmia (Rogers et al.
The bird was presented with orbital distension and exophthalmia of the left eye.
Affected fish showed clinical signs of exophthalmia and of hemorrhage around the gills, mouth, and abdomen.