Orbital decompression surgery is performed to relieve exophthalmus (bulging eyes), a condition associated with Graves' Disease, that causes the eyes to bulge. The goal os the surgery is to create more space in the orbital cavity so help reduce bulging.
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Currently having Orbital decompression surgery
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