What does Bernard syndrome mean?

Bernard syndrome meaning in Medical Dictionary

A complex of irregular conclusions, namely sinking in of 1 eyeball, ipsilateral ptosis (drooping associated with the top eyelid regarding the exact same side) and miosis (constriction regarding the student of this eye) with anhidrosis (not enough sweating) and flushing of this affected side of the face. Considering paralysis of specific nerves (specifically, the cervical sympathetic nerves). Also known as Horner-Bernard problem, Bernard-Horner problem and Horner's ptosis, but best-known today as Horner problem.