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Horner's Syndrome After Neck Surgery.

R. González-Aguado, C. Morales-Angulo, Sergio Obeso-Agüera, Yolanda Longarela-Herrero, Roberto García-Zornoza, Leticia Acle Cervera
Published 2012 · Medicine

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Horner's syndrome (oculosympathetic paresis) is characterised by the classic triad of ipsilateral palpebral ptosis, pupillary miosis and facial anhidrosis. The syndrome arises from the interruption of sympathetic innervation to the eye and adnexa at varying levels. It is a rare complication of neck surgery.We describe 6 patients who presented with Horner's syndrome after a neck procedure in our department during the last 5 years and review the different neck procedures that can cause it.
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