proptotic

prop·tot·ic

(prop-tot'ik),
Referring to proptosis.

prop·tot·ic

(prop-tot'ik)
Referring to proptosis.
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It should be stressed that in contrast to Marfan syndrome, which is characterised by enophthalmos, Shprintzen-Goldberg syndrome is characterised by proptotic eyes because of the existing craniosynostosis.
Chemosis was seen, and the eye was clearly proptotic. No bleeding was noted in the nose, and the ethmoid sinuses had not yet been dissected on that side, so an arterial bleed was discounted as the cause.
approach for en bloc resection of optic nerve gliomas with preservation of the annulus of Zinn has been described to be effective for debulking a proptotic blind eye [61].
Physical examination revealed that the man's left eye was grossly proptotic with resistance to retropulsion.
* Dorsal midbrain syndrome (Parinaud syndrome) the globes elevate on the doll's head maneuver and the eye tends not to be injected or proptotic.
In addition to hair loss and a wide-eyed stare or proptotic appearance, physical findings may include localized myxedema (particularly pretibial), irritative keratoconjunctivitis, lid lag, diplopia, tachycardia, hyperactive reflexes, and smooth, warm, and velvety skin.
Her right eye was proptotic and deviated to the inferolateral side.