胸部硬膜外麻酔によりHorner症候群を呈した1例

麻酔と蘇生 Volume 55 Issue 1 Page 49-51 published_at 2019-03-01
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Title ( jpn )
胸部硬膜外麻酔によりHorner症候群を呈した1例
Title ( eng )
A Case of Horner’s Syndrome Caused by Thoracic Epidural Anesthesia
Creator
Yokota Mayuko
Source Title
麻酔と蘇生
Ansesthesia and Resuscitation
Volume 55
Issue 1
Start Page 49
End Page 51
Abstract
Horner’s syndrome is a syndrome characterized by miosis, eyelid ptosis, narrowing of the eyelids and ocular depression. Diagnosis of the causative disease is important because it may accompany fatal diseases such as brain stem infarction and bleeding, spinal hematoma and neoplastic lesion and internal carotid artery dissection. A woman in her 60s. Left lung lower lobectomy was performed with thoracoscopy assistance for left lung cancer. General anesthesia with epidural anesthesia was performed with propofol and remifentanil. The epidural catheter was punctured from the sixth seventh thoracic vertebrae. Horner’s syndrome occurred on 2 days postoperatively. After reducing epidural anesthesia, symptoms improved. From this, epidural anesthesia proved to be the cause of Horner’s syndrome. Epidural anesthesia can rarely cause Horner’s syndrome.
Keywords
胸部硬膜外麻酔
Horner 症候群
胸部外科手術
thoracic epidural anesthesia
Horner syndrome
thoracic surgery
NDC
Medical sciences [ 490 ]
Language
jpn
Resource Type journal article
Publisher
広島麻酔医学会
Date of Issued 2019-03-01
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 0385-1664
[NCID] AN00232251