Horner Syndrome Short Note-Oral Medicine Lecture Note

Horner syndrome Consists of a constricted pupil (miosis), drooping eyelid (ptosis), unilateral loss of sweating (anhydrosis) on the face, and occasionally sunken eye (enophthalmos). It is caused by interruption of sympathetic nerve fibres at the cervical ganglion secondary to, e.g., bronchogenic carcinoma, invading the ganglion or neck trauma. Scores high on the 'worthwhile' rating.
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