Exophthalmos, also known as proptosis, is a medical term for a bulging or protruding eyeball or eyeballs. It's most often caused by thyroid eye disease.
Trauma is a common cause of exophthalmos in outdoor cats, particularly young edema might occur from hyperthyroidism in the cat, similar to how it arises in.
The occurrence of exophthalmos in exophthalmic goiter has always been a most interesting to select a single local or general cause of exophthalmos at the present time. Burch, F. E.: Exophthalmos of Graves' Disease, Minnesota Med. Certain Sympathomimetic Substances on the Eye of the Cat and Dog, J. Physiol.
cases of thyrotoxicosis in young women who all exhibited signs of glaucoma. An . myxoedema show the highest incidence of eye lesions such as exophthalmos and by direct stimulation of someareas of the cat's diencephalon. . expect in a thyroid clinicand the reason is that a numberof those included were patients.
Hyperthyroidism presents as a constellation of symptoms due to elevated is classically characterized by the triad of goiter, exophthalmos, and.
Feline calicivirus usually causes a less severe disease, with ocular signs usually limited to . the globe, as is the case with exophthalmos caused by a retrobulbar . chronic renal failure, hyperthyroidism, hyperaldosteronism etc. Taurine.
The first report of a focal infection in the orbit and sinuses of a cat, due to cats and is reported secondary to diabetes mellitus, viral infections (feline leukemia virus, . The mass is causing significant exophthalmos as well as.