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Keywords:

  • SUNCT;
  • persistent Horner syndrome;
  • headache

This is the first case report of a chinese patient with SUNCT (shortlasting, unilateral, neuralgiform headache attacks with conjunctival injection and tearing) presenting with persistent Horner's syndrome. She had episodic, brief, right periorbital pain in association with ipsilateral eye injection, lacrimation and rhinorrhea as well as persistent ipsilateral miosis and ptosis. She had partial response to a combination of indomethacin and carbamazepine therapy.