from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Forward displacement of an organ, especially an eyeball.
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- n. exophthalmos
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Prolapse or protrusion, as of the eyeball.
Intra-orbital bleeding, subconjunctival hæmorrhage with proptosis and ecchymosis of the lids were usually well marked.
The proptosis and subconjunctival hæmorrhage cleared up.
There were marked right proptosis, less left proptosis, and slight patchy subconjunctival hæmorrhage of both eyes.
There was considerable proptosis, oedema and discoloration of the eyelid, and subconjunctival ecchymosis, but the movements of the eyeball could be made and light could be distinguished.
There was marked proptosis, subconjunctival ecchymosis, swelling and ecchymosis of the upper lid, and ptosis.
Collapse of globe, proptosis, subconjunctival hæmorrhage, oedema and ecchymosis of lids.
No further symptoms were noted, the sense of smell returned, the swelling of the eyelid and proptosis decreased, but the upper lid could not be raised.
Eye proptosis is a particular risk for brachycephalic dogs
Cute and full of personality, pugs are one of several breeds prone to eye proptosis
A total of 12 patients who presented with proptosis and were subsequently diagnosed to have acute myeloid leukemia based on incision biopsy or peripheral blood smear were included in the study.
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