exophthalmos

[ek-sof-thal-muh s, -mos]
Also ex·oph·thal·mus [ek-sof-thal-muh s] /ˌɛk sɒfˈθæl məs/, ex·oph·thal·mi·a [ek-sof-thal-mee-uh] /ˌɛk sɒfˈθæl mi ə/.

Origin of exophthalmos

1870–75; < New Latin < Greek exóphthalmos with prominent eyes, equivalent to ex- ex-3 + ophthalmós eye; see ophthalmic
Related formsex·oph·thal·mic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for exophthalmoses

exophthalmos

exophthalmus (ˌɛksɒfˈθælməs) or exophthalmia (ˌɛksɒfˈθælmɪə)

noun
  1. abnormal protrusion of the eyeball, as caused by hyperthyroidismAlso called: proptosis, ocular proptosis
Derived Formsexophthalmic, adjective

Word Origin for exophthalmos

C19: via New Latin from Greek, from ex- 1 + ophthalmos eye
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exophthalmoses in Medicine

exophthalmos

[ĕk′səf-thălməs]
n.
  1. Abnormal protrusion of the eyeball.
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