EYE SOCKET AND VARIA
WHAT IS PROPTOSIS?
Proptosis, or exophthalmia, is a disease of protusion. It is the displacement of the eye towards the outside of the orbit.
You should know that Bellevue clinics have all the latest technologies available to diagnose and monitor cases of proptosis.
- Emergence of the eyeball
- Decrease or loss of vision
- Diplopia (double vision)
- Dry eyes
- Graves-Basedow disease
WHAT IS PHTHISIS BULBIS?
Phthisis bulbis, or atrophy of the eye, is the terminal stage of several serious diseases of the eye. When phthisis bulbis manifests itself, the eye becomes soft and often painful. No longer functional, an enucleation (extraction of the eye) is required.
You should know that Bellevue clinics have all the latest technologies available to diagnose and monitor cases of phthisis bulbis.
- Decrease of the eyeball size
- Vision loss
- Tenderness of the eye
- Terminal stage of an ocular disease
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