Upon follow-up 2 weeks later, the neck mass was noted to be markedly decreased in size and the Horner syndrome
had resolved completely.
was first described in 1879 by Swiss ophthalmologist Johann Friedrich Horner.
Latanaprost treatment of the heterochromia in a patient with acquired horner syndrome
Idiopathic Horner Syndrome
in the Golden retriever.
Duration of positive urine for cocaine metabolite after ophthalmic administration: implications for testing patients with suspected Horner syndrome
using ophthalmic cocaine.
In ourfirst case report, patient had Horner Syndrome
priortothe surgery and a hoarseness was persistent after surgery.
involves pupillary changes, a droopy eyelid, and a one-sided decrease in facial sweating, typically lasting for about 20 minutes.
Eye muscles can also be affected, which is visibly noticeable by a droopy eyelid and a smaller pupil, known as Horner Syndrome
All patients experienced Horner syndrome
after the injection, which was an expected side effect of a successful stellate-ganglion block and which resolved upon absorption of the anesthetic, the researchers said.
Collet-Sicard syndrome refers to dysfunction of the CN IX to XII, and where this is accompanied by a ipsilateral Horner syndrome
, it is termed Villaret syndrome (Fig.
Drolet cited herpes, pediatric Horner syndrome
, staphylococcus infection, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, neonatal lupus, irritable bowel disease, Crohn's disease, HenochSchonlein purpura, drug-induced hypersensitivity syndrome, dermoid cyst, and PHACE (posterior fossa brain malformations, hemangiomas of the face, arterial anomalies, cardiac anomalies, and eye abnormalities) syndrome.
Understanding this pathway is important in distinguishing Raeder syndrome from Horner syndrome
, as the presentation of the former is now recognized to accompany a number of other disease entities in the head and neck region.
Acquired heterochromia with horner syndrome
in two adults.
Patients may present with abdominal distention, malaise, weight loss, Horner Syndrome
Abducens Nerve Palsy and Horner Syndrome
Due to Metastatic Tumor in the Cavernous Sinus.