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My father has been diagnosed with Horner's Syndrome several days ago. He has been having problems with his pupils (it looked as I they were constricted all the time) and he also did not sweat on one side of face at all. I would like to know what he can expect in future time. Doctor was not specific and said that more tests have to be done. Do you know anything?

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Horner's Syndrome is a condition that occurs because of the damaged sympathetic nervous system. The condition might be congenital or a person can get it somehow (sometimes there is an underlying disease that is the reason for HS emerging). There is no definite cure, if there is some other condition causing Hs, treating that condition might help, but, unfortunately, that is all.
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