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THYROID EYE DISEASE. 1. Soft tissue involvement. Periorbital and lid swelling. Conjunctival hyperaemia. Chemosis. Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis. 2. Eyelid retraction. 3. Proptosis. 4. Optic neuropathy. 5. Restrictive myopathy. Soft tissue involvement.

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THYROID EYE DISEASE

1. Soft tissue involvement

  • Periorbital and lid swelling
  • Conjunctival hyperaemia
  • Chemosis
  • Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis

2. Eyelid retraction

3. Proptosis

4. Optic neuropathy

5. Restrictive myopathy

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Soft tissue involvement

Periorbital and lid swelling

Conjunctival hyperaemia

Superior limbic

keratoconjunctivitis

Chemosis

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Signs of eyelid retraction

Occurs in about 50%

  • Bilateral lid retraction
  • Bilateral lid retraction
  • No associated proptosis
  • Bilateral proptosis
  • Unilateral lid retraction
  • Lid lag in downgaze
  • Unilateral proptosis
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Proptosis

  • Occurs in about 50%
  • Uninfluenced by treatment of hyperthyroidism

Axial and permanent in about 70%

May be associated with choroidal folds

Treatment options

  • Systemic steroids
  • Radiotherapy
  • Surgical decompression
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Optic neuropathy

  • Occurs in about 5%
  • Early defective colour vision
  • Usually normal disc appearance

Caused by optic nerve compression at

orbital apex by enlarged recti

Often occurs in absence of significant

proptosis

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Restrictive myopathy

  • Occurs in about 40%
  • Due to fibrotic contracture

Elevation defect - most common

Abduction defect - less common

Depression defect - uncommon

Adduction defect - rare

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