1 edition of Case of exophthalmos, following epilepsy found in the catalog.
|Statement||by J.B. Nias|
|Contributions||Maude, Arthur, former owner, Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 119-120 ;|
|Number of Pages||120|
Highly Commended at the British Medical Association Book Awards The Treatment of Epilepsy, fourth edition, is a comprehensive reference and clinical guide to the pharmacological, medical and surgical options available in the treatment of epilepsy.. The text is compiled by a group of internationally renowned editors and contributors and is now in full color and extensively illustrated. Exophthalmos, also spelled exophthalmus, also called proptosis, abnormal protrusion of one or both most common cause for unilateral or bilateral exophthalmos is thyroid eye disease, or Graves ophthalmopathy. The proptosis arises from inflammation, cellular proliferation, and accumulation of fluid in the tissues that surround the eyeball in its socket, or orbit.
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This chapter describes the diagnosis of exophthalmos. Exophthalmos or proptosis may be bilateral or unilateral. The most common cause of bilateral exophthalmos is Graves's disease, Case of exophthalmos which the exophthalmos is associated with other general symptoms, such as tachycardia, swelling of the thyroid gland, fine tremors, and general : P.
Trevor-Roper. In 2 cases in which the thyroid was not found to be enlarged, Moorhead's case and my case, the condition differed from typical exophthalmic goitre in that the patient began to improve as soon as the thyroid extract was with- drawn and made a recovery which was complete except for very slight residual exophthalmos.
In 3 of the 19 cases the exophthalmos was noted as by: Exophthalmos, also known as proptosis, is the medical Case of exophthalmos for bulging or protruding eyeballs.
It can affect 1 or both eyes and is most often caused by thyroid eye disease. If you have exophthalmos, there is a small risk of your optic nerve (which sends signals between your eye and brain) becoming compressed, which may affect your sight.
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Exophthalmos is a bulging of the eye anteriorly out of the orbit. Exophthalmos can be either bilateral or unilateral. Complete or partial dislocation from the orbit is also possible from trauma or swelling of surrounding tissue resulting from trauma.
In the case of Graves' disease, the displacement of the eye is due to abnormal connective tissue deposition in the orbit and extraocular muscles which can be Specialty: Ophthalmology.
Unlike other texts which are divided into disease entities, this book uses a case study approach to focus on the patients' symptoms. Each chapter is dedicated to a specific presenting symptom or sign and includes a comprehensive, yet succinct table of clinical features to aid clarification of the broad list of diagnostic : $ The cause is unknown in over half the cases of epilepsy, especially in those with onset under age Predisposing factors in other cases include familial history, head injury, alcohol withdrawal, infections (such as meningitis or by pork tapeworm larvae), and abnormalities (such as tumors) of the g: exophthalmos.
Neuro-Ophthalmology provides information pertinent to the neuro-ophthalmological examination of the eye. This book discusses the anatomy and function of the eye as well as its various diseases. Organized into 17 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the various equipment and methods used in the examination of the eye, including the Book Edition: 1.
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