Nerve injured in Frey’s syndrome is:
A. Auriculotemporal Nerve
B. Great auricular nerve
C. Lingual Nerve
D. Inferior alveolar nerve
Answer A. Auriculotemporal Nerve
Frey’s syndrome (also known as Baillarger syndrome, Dupuy’s syndrome, auriculotemporal syndrome, or Frey-Baillarger syndrome) is a rare neurological disorder resulting from damage to or near the parotid glands responsible for making saliva, and from damage to the auriculotemporal nerve often from surgery.