Pediatric horner syndrome: etiologies and roles of imaging and urine studies to detect neuroblastoma and other responsible mass lesions.

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PURPOSE To evaluate the frequency of etiologies of Horner syndrome in children and suggest an imaging and laboratory diagnostic protocol to evaluate for neuroblastoma and other lesions in a child presenting with Horner syndrome and no known cause. DESIGN Retrospective chart and data review. METHODS A retrospective review of all children seen at a large… (More)

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@article{Rabady2006PediatricHS, title={Pediatric horner syndrome: etiologies and roles of imaging and urine studies to detect neuroblastoma and other responsible mass lesions.}, author={David Zaid K Rabady and John W Simon and Natalie Lopasic}, journal={American journal of ophthalmology}, year={2006}, volume={142 4}, pages={651-9} }