exophthalmic


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ex·oph·thal·mic

 (ĕk′səf-thăl′mĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to exophthalmos.
2. Characterized by the prominence of the eyeballs.
Translations

ex·oph·thal·mic

a. exoftálmico-a, rel. a la exoftalmia.
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