Frey syndrome is characterized by unilateral flushing and sweating of the facial skin innervated by the auriculotemporal nerve (neck, parotid region, and. A neurologist from Poland, Dr. Lucja Frey, provided a detailed assessment of the disorder and coined the term “auriculotemporal syndrome” in Auriculotemporal nerve syndrome, also known as Frey syndrome, is an uncommon clinical entity in children. It is widely thought to be the result.
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Squamous cell papilloma Keratoacanthoma Malignant: The symptoms of Frey syndrome can include flushing, sweating, burning, neuralgia, and itching.
Auriculotemporal Syndrome (Frey Syndrome)
General Discussion Summary Frey syndrome is a rare disorder that most often occurs as a result of surgery in the area near the parotid glands. Auriculotemporal Syndrome Frey Syndrome. Another rarely described cause etiology of Frey syndrome is damage to the main sympathetic nerve chain in the neck.
Individuals are then given an oral stimulus usually a highly acidic food such as a lemon wedge. Sweat glands and blood vessels throughout the body are controlled by sympathetic fibers. Retrieved from ” https: Get free access to newly published articles Create a personal account or sign in to: Numerous products aruiculotemporal been reported, but the most commonly cited are acellular dermal matrix implantation and autologous fat grafting.
Food allergy is bilateral and presents with itching, urticaria, angioedema, or systemic symptoms or anaphylaxis. Box Bethesda, MD Phone: Sign in to customize your interests Sign in to your personal account.
Frey Syndrome – NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders)
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This area is then coated with starch powder. Prevention of Frey syndrome has been guided by the alteration of surgical techniques or the addition of procedures focused on preventing synkinesis.
In affected individuals, discoloration usually purple due to excessive sweating occurs on the affected areas.
Treatment options include drug therapy or surgery. Surgical treatment for Frey syndrome refractory to medical management has been described, but clinical data to support its utilization are limited.
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Sign in to make a comment Sign in to your personal account. A recent meta-analysis concluded that the interposition of tissue after parotidectomy might decrease the incidence of Frey syndrome after parotidectomy.
General hyperhidrosis refers to any condition that causes excessive sweating hyperhidrosis on large areas of the body.
Frey syndrome was first described by Lucie Frey in and was termed auriculotemporal syndrome. In both patients there was a history of parotitis following abdominal surgery.
The exact underlying mechanisms that cause Frey syndrome are not fully understood. Spontaneous resolution has also been reported in children. Orofacial soft tissues — Soft tissues around the mouth. Link to publication in Scopus.
Many surgical techniques, which are aimed at creating a barrier between the transected parotid gland and the overlying skin, have been used with varying degrees of success to prevent the development of Frey syndrome. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. For information about clinical trials conducted in Europe, contact: Currently, BTA is the most widely used agent for intradermal injection. Frey syndrome in children has a benign and nonprogressive course. Frey syndrome is due to the misdirected regenerative process of the auriculotemporal nerve.
In contrast to food allergy, Frey syndrome is usually unilateral, with a segmental distribution in the areas innervated by the auriculotemporal nerve.
The exact underlying cause of Frey syndrome is not completely understood. Normally, damaged nerve fiber s eventually heal themselves regenerate.
In very limited studies, there have been reports that abdominal fat implantation decreases the occurrence of Frey syndrome.
Topical application of drugs that block certain activities of the nervous system anticholinergics or drugs that hinder sweating antihidrotics have been used.