N Roszkowski

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Horner's syndrome and Harlequin syndrome are both caused by disruptions to the sympathetic supply to the face. They have a varied aetiology, including intraneural dysfunction, extra- or intraneural compression, and idiopathic as well as iatrogenic causes. Horner's syndrome can occur as a rare complication of thyroid surgery and the Harlequin sign has only(More)
Content organisation We present a pictorial series of four patients with unusual breast pathology who initially presented to the triple assessment breast clinic in a tertiary university institution. For each case the imaging features and final diagnoses are critically appraised, along with a review of the literature. We illustrate a case reminiscent of(More)
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