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Frey’s Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

It is a rare disorder that consists of gustatory sweating and facial flushing. Frey’s Syndrome, also known as Baillarger’s Syndrome, is a potential complication of the procedure known as parotidectomy, which is the removal of a portion of an essential salivary gland. This complication likely starts because of damage to the auriculotemporal nerve which is the result of… Read More »