Are protruding eyes helpful?

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.

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What are protruding eyes from?

Genetics or thyroid. If both eyes are protruding, look at other family members for the same appearance. It is usually genetic. If one eye is protruding there may be eye socket disease or an overactive thyroid gland and you should see your eye md at once. Read more...

Is any kind of protruding eyes normal?

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...

What can be the cause of protruding eyes?

Thyroid disease +. Bulging eyes or proptosis is commonly associated with grave's dz, but may occur without hyperthyroidism. Morbid obesity, myasthenia gravis, statin myopathyand histiocytosis may also produce proptosis. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: Protruding eyes?

Exophthalmos. There are devices to measure the protrusion of the eye forward in its socket. There are established norms and if the eye is measured to be forward more than the norms, then by definition it is protruding. This can be seen in Graves thyroid disease, or conditions in which there are tumors or abnormal vascular growths behind the eye. Read more...

Information on the disease and how to treat the protruding eyes?

Thyroid eye disease. Your description is most likely related to thyroid eye disease or graves' disease. It is treated by thyroid control and oral steroids in the acute phase. Once stable, surgery for eye alignment, lid position or oral decompression may be needed. Read more...