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Neurologic manifestations of
Lyme disease are common, often debilitating, and potentially treatable. We document a case of Borrelia infection of the nervous system manifesting as a reversible Horner’s syndrome. The search for
Lyme disease should be part of the evaluation of an isolated central or preganglionic Horner’s syndrome or any unexplained pupillary abnormality.