Horner syndrome: clinical perspectives

@inproceedings{Kanagalingam2015HornerSC,
  title={Horner syndrome: clinical perspectives},
  author={Sivashakthi Kanagalingam and N. R. Miller},
  booktitle={Eye and brain},
  year={2015}
}
Horner syndrome consists of unilateral ptosis, an ipsilateral miotic but normally reactive pupil, and in some cases, ipsilateral facial anhidrosis, all resulting from damage to the ipsilateral oculosympathetic pathway. Herein, we review the clinical signs and symptoms that can aid in the diagnosis and localization of a Horner syndrome as well as the causes of the condition. We emphasize that pharmacologic testing can confirm its presence and direct further testing and management. 

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