Horner's syndrome

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Noun1.Horner's syndrome - a pattern of symptoms occurring as a result of damage to nerves in the cervical region of the spine (drooping eyelids and constricted pupils and absence of facial sweating)
syndrome - a pattern of symptoms indicative of some disease
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Inflammatory involvement of the sympathetic nerves passing through the interior of the cavernous sinus may produce Horner syndrome with miosis.
Physical examination revealed left-sided eyelid ptosis and a pupil diameter of 5 mm on the right and 2 mm on the left suggestive of Horner syndrome.
For example, increasing/new pain or new Horner syndrome are more likely to reflect tumor recurrence/progression; while unilateral edema or parasthesia is more likely to reflect radiation-induced plexopathy.
Horner syndrome after epidural analgesia for labor.
The practitioner is able to determine adequate blocking by noting the presence of Horner Syndrome, which intentionally causes temporary damage to the sympathetic trunk (Lipov et al.
Edema, hyperhidrosis, and Horner syndrome can occur due to the interruption of autonomic pathways (16).
We consider that her left Claude Bernard Horner syndrome is secondary to the upper thoracic interventions with the injury of cervical plexus.
Mihora LD, Jatla KK, Enzenauer RW Horner syndrome due to ectopic cervical thymus.
Atypical presentation of Eagle syndrome with hypoglossal nerve palsy and Horner syndrome.
2009) Bilateral internal carotid artery dissection presenting as isolated unilateral Horner syndrome.
We are reporting an irreversible Horner Syndrome (HS) in a patient with benign thyroid gland nodule in which thyroidectomy was performed for treatment.
There was no horner syndrome in any of the patient.