ophthalmopathy

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oph·thal·mop·a·thy

n. oftalmopatía, enfermedad de los ojos.
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Infiltrative ophthalmopathy and primary hypothyroidism: a rare clinical manifestation of a common disease.
The clinical effect of this autoimmune process is (1) thyrotoxicosis accompanied by diffuse thyroid enlargement and an infiltrative ophthalmopathy and (2) a spectrum of the systemic effects of excessive thyroid hormone production.
Infiltrative ophthalmopathy during the hypothyroid stage was seen in seven patients.