[An adult case of congenital Horner's syndrome with heterochromia iridis--with special reference to alteration of Horner's sign associated with development].

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It is well known that when the Horner's syndrome is congenital, a defect in pigmentation of the iris is usual; all or part of the iris remains light brown. We reported an adult case of congenital Horner's syndrome with remission and relapse of unilateral ptosis. A 25-year-old man was admitted to our hospital for ophthalmologic surgical treatment of right… (More)

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