exophthalmos


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protrusion of the eyeball from the socket

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On physical examination, the right eye (OD) appeared normal, but the OS exhibited moderate exophthalmos, periocular swelling, mild corneal hemorrhage, and mild hyphema.
In thyroid exophthalmos, treatment of the thyroid disorder may sometimes relieve the exophthalmos, but often it doesn't.
3% each), luxation of lens, exophthalmos, eye worm, panophthalmia (1.
Her physical exam on admission to the psychosomatic ward identified a moon-shaped face, exophthalmos, and purple striae on her legs, so acute psychiatric symptoms secondary to Cushing's syndrome was suspected.
9) Signs and symptoms of hyperthyroidism include excessive sweating, heat intolerance, heart palpitations, weight loss despite an increased appetite, diarrhea, anxiety, insomnia, palmar hyperhidrosis, tremors, skin thickening (especially in the pre-tibial region), hyperreflexia, irritability, and occasionally protrusion of the orbits known as exophthalmos.
Additionally, ECD can also involve the central nervous system including meninges, the orbits, and facial bones and manifest in a wide array of symptoms such as diabetes insipidus, exophthalmos, cerebellar ataxia, panhypopituitarism, and papilledema [12].
Clinical signs of canine onchocercosis include conjunctivitis, exophthalmos, periorbital swelling, photophobia, discomfort, lacrimation, ocular discharge, subconjunctival granuloma, ulcerative keratitis, and anterior and posterior uveitis (1).
In extreme cases, the infection effect by diplostomidae causes more severe effects such as exophthalmos, retinal detachment, cataracts, lens opacity and blindness, causing weight loss and the consequent host death due to inability to visualize and capture the prey, or because they cannot evade potential predators (PENNYCUICK, 1971).
Clinical exophthalmos, myxedema, and acropathy can also be named as "EMA syndrome" (5-7).
4] affect anterior pituitary and rapidly suppress TSH production, leading to tachycardia, goiter, nervousness, amenorrhea, weight loss, palpitations, heat insensitivity, increased sweating, exophthalmos, and pretibial myxedema.
Serum) TSI: Thyroid-stimulating immunoglobulin binds to tissues in the eyeballs and beneath the skin, contributing to exophthalmos (protruding eyes) and pretibial myxedema (skin thickening on legs).
Exophthalmos and other hyperthyroidism symptoms often are absent.
The patient was a 58-year old woman who complained of exophthalmos for 30 years and developed a swollen mass of right lower-eyelid for two years.
4] Between 1893 and 1920, Hand, Schuller and Christian elaborated the LCH triad of skull defects, exophthalmos and diabetes insipidus.