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130 Possible Causes for Gustatory Sweating

  • Auriculotemporal Syndrome

    (Right) Figure used to illustrate Frey’s description of the auriculotemporal syndrome (Frey L. Le syndrome du nerf auriculo-temporal. Rev Neurol (Paris) 1923;II:97–104.[] Background: Gustatory sweating syndrome (also known as Frey syndrome or auriculotemporal nerve syndrome) is thought to result from a lesion of the auriculotemporal nerve.[] Frey syndrome, also known as auriculotemporal syndrome, is characterized by various symptoms upon gustatory stimulation including flushing, warmth, erythema, and sweating[]

  • Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy

    […] of diabetic neuropathy diabetic neuropathy gustatory sweating ( auriculotemporal syndrome ) cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN)[] sweating, impotence etc. and were confirmed by standing test for orthostatic hypotension, hand grip test, Valsalva test and deep breaths test.[] Sudomotor (sweat gland system) features are anhidrosis, pruritus, dry skin, limb alopecia, calluses, heat intolerance, gustatory sweating Endocrine organ system is represented[]

  • Harlequin Syndrome

    Thermal and emotional flushing and sweating were found to be impaired on the non-flushing side of the forehead in all five patients whereas gustatory sweating and flushing[] Int Abstracts Surg 87 : 417–439 8 Bloor K (1969) Gustatory sweating and other responses after cervico-thoracic sympathectomy.[] Gustatory sweating and pilomotor changes. Br J Surg. 1960 Jan; 47 :406–410. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ] Bloor K.[]

  • Hyperhidrosis or Diaphoresis

    […] parts of the body), gustatory sweating, nerve pain, and Horner syndrome.[] Photo courtesy of Getty Images/Spencer Platt DIABETES People with diabetic autonomic neuropathy are more likely to experience gustatory sweating, according to Healthline,[] Gustatory sweating is a type of focal sweating around the mouth and lips that occurs with eating. In generalized sweating, perspiration occurs throughout the body.[]

  • Increased Sweating

    If you sweat profusely in your head and neck region when you eat or drink, you’re experiencing gustatory sweating.[] […] parts of the body), gustatory sweating, nerve pain, and Horner syndrome .[] Spicy foods such as hot peppers and curry may also cause sweating, known as gustatory sweating, according to The New York Times Health Guide.[]

  • Diabetic Neuropathy

    Gustatory Sweating Gustatory sweating is fortunately uncommon; best managed by avoidance of foods found by the sufferer to exacerbate the problem.[] Gustatory sweating, anhidrosis. Tends to be associated with peripheral neuropathy. People with both types 1 and 2 are affected.[] sweating Anhidrosis (absent sweating) Abnormal pupillary reflexes Treatment Management of autonomic neuropathy is in all cases symptomatic.[]

  • Neuropathy

    […] of head, neck, and trunk with anhidrosis of lower trunk and extremities Gustatory sweating Physical Examination Physical examination of patients with suspected distal sensory[] Treatment of autonomic dysfunction must address the following: Erectile dysfunction Orthostatic hypotension Gustatory sweating Surgical treatment may be considered as follows[] […] ability to sweat and intolerance to heat or sweating related to eating food (gustatory) Impotence (inability to keep an erection).[]

  • Cold-Induced Sweating Syndrome Type 1

    Often called gustatory sweating or gustatory hyperhidrosis (and sometimes called Frey's syndrome), this food-related sweating can be extremely embarrassing and uncomfortable[] […] tumour or injury) or surgery to the parotid gland (eg, Frey's auriculotemporal syndrome).[] Paradoxically, sweating is sometimes cold-induced. Ingestion of spicy food may cause 'gustatory sweating' limited to the lips, nose and forehead.[]

  • Diabetic Enteropathy

    Initially distal: Glove-stocking distribution May become diffuse: With more severe autonomic neuropathies Hyperhidrosis: Feet associated with coldness Gustatory sweating[] sweating, orthostatic hypotension, sexual dysfunction, abnormal pupillary responses, and urinary bladder dysfunction.[] Metformin Fecal incontinence Due to: Incompetence of anal sphincter or Reduced rectal sensation Exacerbated by diarrhea Sudomotor syndromes Hypohidrosis Loss of thermoregulatory sweating[]

  • Salivary Gland Disorder

    sweating after parotidectomy with intradermal Btx A (Dysport) injection see: Botox Injection for Freys Syndrome Steffen et al (2012) [x] Retrospective review of 8 patients[] Gustatory sweating, or Frey Syndrome, is when nerves grow back in an unusual way, which can lead to sweating over some areas of the face when chewing.[] View Article PubMed Google Scholar Laskawi R, Drobik C, Schönebeck C: Up-to-date report of botulinum toxin type A treatment in patients with gustatory sweating (Frey' syndrome[]

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