Evidence suggests that grafts are effective in preventing Freys syndrome after parotidectomy


Freys syndrome (gustatory sweating) is frequently noted as complication of surgery to the parotid gland. It is characterized by sweating while eating and facial flushing.  It was first reported by Lucie Frey in 1923.  The aim of this review was to determine the effect and safety of different types of grafts for the prevention of [read the full story…]