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Treatment of Conjunctival – Horner Syndrome

Horner syndrome is characterized by constriction of the pupil (miosis), sagging of the upper eyelid (ptosis), loss of facial sweating (anhydrous) and abnormally shrinkage of the eyeball to the orbital (enophthalmia). These are the four classical signs of the disease.

The race of Horner’s syndrome and its rarer form are congenital, but the cause is unknown. More often, Horner syndrome is caught as a result of a kind of interaction with sympathetic nerves serving the eyes. Underlined reasons vary greatly from a snake or insect bite to neck trauma.

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