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Sometimes an underlying disease or condition, such as Graves’ disease or a tumor behind the eyeball, causes one or both eyeballs to bulge forward in the orbits. In some cases, an infection that has spread to the soft tissue of the orbit from the sinuses or from a nearby boil causes inflammation that makes the eyeballs bulge forward. Muscles attached to the outside of each eyeball and to the inside back portion of each orbit give the eyes movement. If these muscles are not balanced, or if there is a defect in the nerves that control them, the eyes can become misaligned.

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