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Horner's syndrome in an African spotted eagle owl (Bubo africanus)
  1. DL Williams and
  2. JE Cooper
  1. Department of Veterinary Basic Sciences, Royal Veterinary College, London.


An unilateral ptosis in an African spotted eagle own was ameliorated by topical treatment with phenylephrine, strongly suggesting a diagnosis of Horner's syndrome, the first recorded case of this syndrome in a bird.

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