Volume 6 ; Issue 1 ; in Month : Jan-June (2023) Article No : 127
Khader AK, Janazrah MJ, Salem MR, et al.

Abstract
The classic triad of ipsilateral palpebral ptosis, pupillary miosis, and facial anhidrosis defines Horner's syndrome, which results from cervical sympathetic chain damage. This is an uncommon complication of neck surgery like thyroidectomy and neck dissection. A fifty-two-year-old male patient presented with papillary thyroid carcinoma with lymph nodes metastases, underwent total thyroidectomy with central and left lateral modified radical neck dissection. One day after the operation, the patient presented with signs of Horner's syndrome.

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