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  1. Genetics Home Reference: Horner syndrome From the National Institutes of Health (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... an uncommon disorder. What genes are related to Horner syndrome? Although congenital Horner syndrome can be passed down in families, ... and may include treatment providers. Genetic Testing Registry: Horner syndrome, congenital Handbook of Ocular Disease Management You might also ...
  2. Anisocoria and Horner's Syndrome (American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus)  
    ... are the causes of Horner’s syndrome in children? Horner’s syndrome can be divided into congenital (from birth) and acquired cases. Congenital Horner’s can ...
  3. ... fibers and relieve pain (sympathectomy) In rare cases, Horner syndrome is present at birth (congenital). The condition may occur with a lack of ...
  4. Drooping Eyelid (Ptosis) (InteliHealth) (Harvard Medical School)  
    ... 9558, 9845, 9976, 10581, 28109, ptosis,eyelid,muscle,congenital,drooping eyelid,myasthenia gravis,pupil,anesthesia,brain,surgery,double vision,horner's syndrome,muscle weakness,ophthalmology,reconstructive surgery,aging,biopsy,facial, ...
  5. Ptosis -- Eyelids That Droop (American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) - PDF  
    ... easily. Ptosis is also present in people with Horner’s syndrome, a neurologic condition that affects one side of the face and indicates injury to part of the sympathetic nervous system. What are the treatments? Congenital ptosis is treated surgically, with the specifi c ...
  6. Autonomic Nervous System Disorders (National Library of Medicine)  
    Your autonomic nervous system is the part of your nervous system that controls involuntary actions, such as the beating of your heart and the widening or ...
  7. Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS) (American Thoracic Society) - PDF  
    Patient Information Series AMERICAN THORACIC SOCIETY controls body functions that happen automatically (that is without thinking). Examples of what the ANS does ...
  8. ... tired. Drooping lids are either present at birth (congenital) or develop later in life. A drooping eyelid is usually not a serious problem, but your health care provider will need to examine your eyes and lids.
  9. Aneurysms (Merck & Co., Inc.)  
    ... voice box (larynx). A group of symptoms called Horner's syndrome (see see Horner Syndrome ) may result from pressure on certain nerves in ... aneurysms result from a weakness present at birth (congenital) or arteriosclerosis. Others result from injuries caused by ...
  10. Eye Diseases (National Library of Medicine)  
    Some eye problems are minor and don't last long. But some can lead to a permanent loss of vision. Common eye problems include Refractive errors Cataracts - ...
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