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Horner, or Horner-Bernard, syndrome is a condition that occurs as a result of interruption of sympathetic nerve pathways to the eye, causing a drooping eyelid and constricted pupil, explains Mayo Clinic. Sympathetic nerv... More »

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Symptoms of Horner syndrome include drooping of the upper eyelid, miosis, decreased sweating on the affected side or entire face, and constriction of the affected pupil in dark environments, states Mayo Clinic. Uncommon ... More »

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Horner syndrome is not preventable, and the cause is due to damage to one of the pathways in the sympathetic nervous system, according to Mayo Clinic. This system regulates several bodily functions including blood pressu... More »

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Symptoms of Horner syndrome include drooping of the upper eyelid, miosis, decreased sweating on the affected side or entire face, and constriction of the affected pupil in dark environments, states Mayo Clinic. Uncommon ... More »

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Horner syndrome is a nerve disorder in which the nerve pathway on one side of the face is disrupted, causing a drooping eyelid, decreased pupil size and less sweated on the side affected, states Mayo Clinic. The conditio... More »

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Horner syndrome is not preventable, and the cause is due to damage to one of the pathways in the sympathetic nervous system, according to Mayo Clinic. This system regulates several bodily functions including blood pressu... More »

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