oculosympathetic

oc·u·lo·sym·pa·the·tic

(ok'yū-lō-sim'pă-the'tik),
Pertaining to the sympathetic pathway to the eye, damage to which produces Horner syndrome.

oc·u·lo·sym·pa·thet·ic

(ok'yū-lō-sim-pă-thet'ik)
Pertaining to the sympathetic pathway to the eye, damage to which produces Horner syndrome
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Physical examination showed a right-sided oculosympathetic palsy consisting of miosis and ptosis.
In 1971, hydroxyamphetamine (Paredrine) was readily available and widely used and therefore chosen as the drug of choice to distinguish between postganglionic and preganglionic or central causes of oculosympathetic palsy (OSP).
6,7) These have been ascribed to NA stores in postganglionic oculosympathetic terminals that are probably not yet depleted in the acute phase of the syndrome.
While any of the 1st, 2nd or 3rd-order oculosympathetic neurons may be involved, the co-existence of cerebral, brainstem, spinal cord, brachial plexus, carotid, cavernous sinus or orbital signs aid enormously in localisation of lesions.