Thyroid Eye Disease

  title={Thyroid Eye Disease},
  author={N. F. Lawton},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine},
  pages={698 - 699}
It is common experience that patients with dysthyroid eye disease may present to an endocrinologist, an ophthalmologist or a neurologist. This diversity ofclinical presentation often places a differing emphasis on the purpose of medical investigations. For the endocrinologist the assessment of thyroid status is likely to be of primary concern, whereas for the ophthalmologist the diagnosis of dysthyroid eye disease itself is a more frequent problem. These two aspects of medical investigation are… CONTINUE READING

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