Sometimes, a secondary condition called Horner syndrome is a symptom of Wallenberg syndrome. The signs of Horner syndrome include constricted pupils or differently sized pupils, drooping eyelids and eyes that appear sunken. It can also cause significantly decreased sweating on one side of the face. There is no known cure for Horner syndrome. However, the symptoms may improve upon treatment of the underlying cause Wallenberg syndrome.
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