Oct '11
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  • Q:

    Horner's Syndrome is a condition where there are issues with a particular ganglion in the cervical (head) region, resulting in a constricted pupil and lack of sweating on the face. Which of the following holds true regarding this syndrome?

     

    A

    The syndrome is likely due to an increase in the activity of astrocytes in the CNS

    B

    The syndrome results in a parasympathetic dysfunction in the face

    C

    The syndrome results in a sympathetic dysfunction in the face

    D

    All of the above




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