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Cervical rib removed. Pain in the head, face and chest. Do I have Horners syndrome?

Hi I had a cervical rib removed about 7 weeks ago now and feel no better since having this done. On Monday night I got a pain at right side of my head and face which went to my chest and I felt like I was gonna pass our. Should I be worried ? Since op I do know I ve developed horners syndrome but hadn t had any signs of this for 2 weeks but soon as I got pain it s set my eye off again
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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in horners syndrome there is no pain,the signs are miosis(small pupil on affected side),small looking eye,and noperspiration on that side,do you have these signs,then its a horner syndrome,just pain is not related to horners.
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