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Horner's Syndrome

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  • Horner's syndrome is due to damage or blockage of the path of the sympathetic nerve which travels through the neck and brain from the affected eye.

  • This leads to a sunken eyeball (enophthalmia), constricted pupil (i.e., miosis) that does not react to light normally, droopy upper eyelid (ptosis), and slight elevation of the lower eyelid.
  • Pronounced lack of sweating (anhidrosis) on the forehead above the affected eye, face, and neck.
  • Facial flushing may also occur.

  • Will depend on the cause.
  • See causes above

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