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January 27, 2023


Children (Basel)


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/36670706?dopt=Abstract


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A Rare Complication of Thoracic Spine Surgery: Pediatric Horner’s Syndrome after Posterior Vertebral Column Resection-A Case Report.

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Abstract

Horner's syndrome (HS) classically consists of the symptom triad of miosis, ptosis, and anhidrosis. It is caused by impairment of a certain pathway in the sympathetic nervous system. It may also appear as part of the clinical signs of other diseases and syndromes, including Pancoast tumors, intradural and/or epidural tumors, thoracic outlet syndrome, syringomyelia, brachial plexus injury, and aortic dissection. Here, we report a very rare complication of vertebral column resection in children, and we present the clinical findings of a case of Horner's syndrome with a current literature review.