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An exopthalmometer is an instrument used to measure how much aperson's eye protrude outward .it is like aruler made specifically to measure the amount of protrusion that someone may have secondary to having a systemic disease that causes the eyes to protrude outward more than normal.This cam occur in persons that have an over active thyroid .
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Because of my typographical errors,I would like to clarify that the exopthalmometer is like a ruler made specifically to measure the amount of protrusion of a person's eyes
secondary to systemic disease with an overactive thyroid being one of the possible causes.As noted above,if you have any other questions leave them in the box below.
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