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Protruding eyes in newborns

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Exophthalmos in newborns

Protruding eyes in newborns: Protruding eyes in newborns is listed as an alternate name or description for symptom:

Causes of Exophthalmos in newborns (Protruding eyes in newborns): See detailed list of causes below.

Exophthalmos in newborns (medical symptom): Exophthalmos in newborns refers to a newborn infant who has a bulging eyeball.

Causes of Exophthalmos in newborns (Protruding eyes in newborns)

The list of medical condition causes of Exophthalmos in newborns (Protruding eyes in newborns) includes:

  • Orbital sepsis
  • Orbital neoplasm
  • Congenital malignant teratoid neoplasm
  • Cruzon syndrome
  • Orbital tumours

All 9 causes of Exophthalmos in newborns

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