exophthalmos

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protrusion of the eyeball from the socket

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The patients might present with symptoms such as pain in the eyes, strabismus, diplopia, proptosis, conjunctival hyperemia, and swelling-pain in the eyelids.
Alternating proptosis. A case report of acute orbital myositis defined by the computerized tomographic scan.
Fourteen weeks after antibiotic therapy, MSCT was performed again and showed complete regression of intracerebral abscess with gliosis, no edema but still visible edema of the orbit and proptosis of the eye bulb.
In our study all the cases of orbital abscess were treated with antibiotics for 48 to 72 hours, non responsive cases and increasing pain or proptosis was the criterion to operate early.
SGS is a syndrome characterized by marfanoid habitus, dolichocephaly, craniosynostosis, mental retardation, ocular proptosis, hypertelorism, down slanting palpebral fissures, strabismus, low-set ears, micrognathia, arachnodactyly, camptodactyly.
(10,11) In our patient, sudden severe proptosis resulting in optic stretching may have contributed to vision loss.
Acute bilateral proptosis in a cross bred calf naturally infected with Theileria annulata.
A 44-year-old woman presented with a 7-month history of left malar pain, right-sided swelling, and proptosis of the right eye.
Proptosis was noted in the left eye, and Hertel exophthalmometer measurements were 18 mm for the right eye and 24 mm for the left eye.
A 69-year-old-female with unilateral proptosis in her right eye for 1 year presented at the ophthalmology clinic (Figure 1).
Depending on the site of inflammation, the disease may cause dry eye symptoms or conjunctival chemosis, while the increased orbital volume may cause proptosis and eye movement disorders [2, 7].
Although the swelling of the left eyelid disappeared on day 3 (Figure 2), proptosis, abnormality in ocular movement, and diplopia were all unchanged until discharge.
The motility of the globe in all gazes was restricted by mechanical proptosis. Fundus examination revealed optic disc swelling associated with venous congestion.