Abadie’s sign of exophthalmic goiter



abadie’s sign of exophthalmic goiter

Abadie’s sign of exophthalmic goiter A·ba·die’s sign of exophthalmic goiter (āb’ə-dēz’, ä-bə-)
n.
Spasm of the elevator muscle of the upper eyelid seen in Graves’ disease as well as normally as a result of tension or fatigue.

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