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A popular term for the marked bilateral exophthalmos with proptosis, caused by the infiltrative ophthalmopathy, which is seen in more than 1/2 of patients with Graves’ thyrotoxicosis, but which is less common in non-Graves’ hyperthyroidism

bugeyes

Endocrinology Popular for marked bilateral exophthalmos with proptosis, caused by the infiltrative ophthalmopathy, which is seen in more than12 of Graves' thyrotoxicosis, but which is less common in non-Graves' hyperthyroidism. See Graves' disease.
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