The central corneal thickness in patients with Horner's syndrome.


In 14 patients with unilateral Horner's syndrome there was a significant increase in central corneal thickness on the affected side (mean difference 4.86 micron +/- SEM 1.71 micron; P less than 0.02). It is suggested that the sympathetic nerve supply of the eye is of importance for corneal hydration. Different possible mechanisms are discussed. Among the… (More)


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