Antonio with lung cancer develops Horner’s syndrome when the tumor invades the ribs and affects the sympathetic nerve ganglia. When assessing for signs and symptoms of this syndrome, the nurse should note:

A miosis, partial eyelid ptosis, and anhidrosis on the affected side of the face.
B chest pain, dyspnea, cough, weight loss, and fever.
C arm and shoulder pain and atrophy of arm and hand muscles, both on the affected side.
D hoarseness and dysphagia.