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What Is The Best Treatment For Protruding Eyes
Protruding eyes is a facial feature in which a person's eyes appear to come forward out of the eye sockets a bit, in comparison to the average person of the same racial/ethnic group. Facial features can be familial (passed from parent to child), or they can sometimes be due ...Read more
Not always thyroid : Normal for some people. Concerning if just one side. I had one patient sent to me for possible thyroid disease because she had a protruding eye even though she had normal thyroid tests. I had her get an mri. Turns out she had a tumor behind her eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Crouzon: Please see your physician for evaluation if concerned. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/crouzon-syndrome. ...Read more
If my eyes have been a prominent since i was born and I have a family history of protruding eyes. Do I have crouzon syndrome?
Check thyroid funct: Some people can just have "prominent-appearing" eyes. If the protruding eyes are new, by far the most common cause is abnormal thyroid status. This can be the case even if the blood tests for thyroid hormone seem normal at this time. There are other rare causes, and patient should be examined by an ophthalmologist or oculoplastic/orbital specialist. ...Read more
Reccomend: You have your thyroid function checked right away. Good luck. ...Read more
No: Might be helpful for attracting a similar mate, but no real practical purpose... On the other hand there is no significant downside. Marty feldman made a great living from his orbitopathy. If this is new or increasing protrusion talk with your doc about evaluation. ...Read more
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