One of my patients, a young girl, had several years before been operated on for exophthalmic goiter.
I know an exophthalmic goiter woman who brought up four children, and very good, healthy children they are.
Similarly, it presents at times as one of the accompaniments of exophthalmic goitre.
The children, if not affected by exophthalmic goiter, are liable to be very neurotic.
The condition is found especially in advanced cases of exophthalmic goitre.
exophthalmic ex·oph·thal·mic (ěk'səf-thāl'mĭk)
Of or relating to exophthalmos.
Marked by prominence of the eyeball.
exophthalmos ex·oph·thal·mos (ěk'səf-thāl'məs)
Abnormal protrusion of the eyeball.