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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
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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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