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My grandmother has got Horner's syndrome after cervical fusion. What does it mean? Thank you

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Horner syndrome is an uncommon disorder. It caused by damage to sympathetic nerves to the face and eye, so I suppose that something went wrong during her cervical fusion. Other reasons that it happens are: stroke, tumor in the upper part of the lung and low cervical spinal cord, cluster headaches or injury to a carotid artery in the neck. As I know there’s no specific treatment for Horner syndrome.
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