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Horner's Syndrome

I was recently diagnosed with Post Ganglion Horner's Syndrome.  I was wondering what the out look is if it turns out to be a carotid artery dissection?  I have to wait for my insurance to do a PA for the MRI/MRA and am wondering if there are activities and such that I shouldn't do until I know for sure.  If nothing shows up in the scans how likely is it that a lesion could develop latter?
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