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A 4-year-old boy with a history of asthma was referred for evaluation of possible food allergy. He was born at term and the delivery was complicated by failure to progress, requiring the use of forceps. He had a history of isolated left facial flushing appearing during meals, extending from the corner of the cheek to the temple and tragus, beginning at 4 months of age, at weaning. The child had been referred to an allergist, and …
Contributors LG-C and TB made the diagnosis. SB provided extensive bibliography on Frey's syndrome. LG-C, SB, MA and TB drafted and approved the manuscript.
Competing interests None.
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