Dr Rida Saleem,Dr Noshaba Akbar ,Dr Hira Sattar
Disorders of the endocrine system have usually multi-organ manifestations. It might be a disorder of one specific organ/ gland, for the instance thyroid gland, but it will be diagnosable through an examination of other organs like eyes. Specifically, endocrinopathies through distinct pathophysiological issues, become apparent in the eyes first. Eyes provide a gateway to physicians for the recognition and treatment of various systemic diseases. The ophthalmic manifestation of endocrine disorders is extremely important to prevent significant mortality and morbidity rates by on-time diagnosis and treatment. In this research paper, ophthalmic related findings linked to prominent disorders of the thyroid gland, pancreas, and hypothalamic-pituitary axis are discussed. Grave’s ophthalmopathy, diabetes mellitus, and pituitary tumors are discussed below, respectively, that will throw light on the unique relationship of these endocrine disorders with the eye.