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Dev Med Child Neurol. 1992 Jul;34(7):642-4.

Congenital Horner syndrome associated with non-cervical neuroblastoma.

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Department of Neurology, Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital.

Abstract

Horner syndrome may be caused by a neuroblastoma involving the cervical sympathetic nervous system. A two-year-old girl presented with Horner syndrome and a discrete, distant neuroblastoma, suggesting that these two conditions represent a more widespread dysgenesis of the sympathetic nervous system.

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