Horner's syndrome


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Horner's syndrome

[′hȯrn·ərz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
A complex of symptoms due to unilateral destruction of the cervical sympathetics.
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Congenital Horner's syndrome associated with cervical neuroblastoma.
Pham Dang C, Gunst JP et al, observed asymptomatic phrenic nerve paralysis (60%) Horner's syndrome (10%) and transient recurrent nerve paralysis in their study on a novel supraclavicular approach to brachial plexus block.
Horner's syndrome after treatment of tension pneumothorax with tube thoracostomy in a newborn infant.
Horner's syndrome comprises ipsilateral partial ptosis, pupillary meiosis, apparent enophthalmos, facial anhidrosis, heterochromia of the irides (if before age two or congenital), and transient decrease in intraocular pressure.
Hemiplegia vegetativa alterna (ipsilateral Horner's syndrome and contralateral hemihiperhidrosis) following proximal posterior cerebral artery occlusion.
Horner's syndrome (HS) is a triad of pupillary miosis, eyelid ptosis and anhidrosis.
Damage to the hypothalamo-spinal fibers disrupts sympathetic nervous system giving rise to Horner's syndrome.
Horner's syndrome secondary to metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of a retropharyngeal lymph node in a cat.
Three months after further TB care, her Horner's syndrome had resolved.
Bilateral first rib fractures associated with Horner's syndrome.
The constellation of ptosis, miosis, and anhidrosis in our patient suggested the diagnosis of Horner's syndrome.
Although there was anhydrosis on the right, there was no obvious presence of ptosis or miosis on the right side suggestive of Horner's syndrome.