Agenesis of the Internal Carotid Artery Associated With Ipsilateral Horner Syndrome in a Child
Pediatric Neurology , 06/26/2012
Khan A et al. – The authors report on a 16–year–old boy with a 1–year history of chronic daily headache. He manifested left–sided miosis and ptosis, with no evidence of anhidrosis, flushing, or pain. He was diagnosed with agenesis of the internal carotid artery with established collateral circulation.