auriculotemporal nerve syndrome

(redirected from Dupay syndrome)

au·ric·u·lo·tem·po·ral nerve syn·drome

flushing and sweating of the face resulting from eating spicy or acidic foods, due to damage of the parasympathetic fibers in the auriculotemporal nerve.

Frey,

Lucie, Polish neurologist, 1852-1932.
Frey syndrome - localized flushing and sweating of the ear and cheek in response to eating. Synonym(s): auriculotemporal nerve syndrome

au·ric·u·lo·tem·po·ral nerve syn·drome

(aw-rikyū-lō-tempŏr-ăl nĕrv sindrōm)
Facial flushing and sweating resulting from eating spicy or acidic foods, due to damage of the parasympathetic fibers in the auriculotemporal nerve.
Synonym(s): Frey syndrome, gustatory sweating.