hypersalivation


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Related to hypersalivation: sialorrhea

ptyalism

 [ti´ah-lizm]
excessive salivation; called also hypersalivation and sialorrhea.

hy·per·sal·i·va·tion

(hī'pĕr-sal'i-vā'shŭn),
Increased salivation.

hypersalivation

/hy·per·sal·i·va·tion/ (-sal″ĭ-va´shun) ptyalism.

hypersalivation

(hī′pər-săl′ə-vā′shən)
n.

hypersalivation

hy·per·sal·i·va·tion

(hī'pĕr-sal'i-vā'shŭn)
Increased salivation.

hy·per·sal·i·va·tion

(hī'pĕr-sal'i-vā'shŭn)
Increased salivation.

hypersalivation,

hypersalivation

abnormally increased secretion of saliva.
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She showed agitation, dyspnea, and hypersalivation on the 4th day; she became comatose and died 1 day later.
The frequency and severity of clozapine-induced hypersalivation was assessed by means of the Drooling Severity Scale (DSS), [14] Drooling Frequency Scale (DFS) [14] and Toronto Nocturnal Hypersalivation Scale (TNHS).
This involves autonomic stimulation that induces hypersalivation (a reflex designed to protect teeth from stomach acid), vasoconstriction and pallor, cold sweat and the release of antidiuretic hormone.
Moreover, Xylazine causes hypersalivation which is controlled by atropine.
The cause of drooling in children with cerebral palsy: hypersalivation or swallowing defects?
5 Other symptoms include; inability to swallow oral secretions, throat pain, odynophagia, hypersalivation, retrosternal fullness and regurgitation of undigested food.
d) adverse effects of varenicline include constipation, tinnitus, and hypersalivation
Xerostomia, hypersalivation, character of saliva) H HALITOSIS?
Adverse effects were minimal and included diarrhea (n = 1) and hypersalivation (n = 2) in group KX birds, and regurgitation (n = 2) in group KXM birds.
Adult patients with GERD present with diverse symptoms, including epigastric pain, pharyngeal burning, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, regurgitation of gastric contents resulting in a bitter-tasting fluid into the mouth, dysphagia, hypersalivation, atypical intermittent chest pain, hiccups, odynophagia, and globus sensation.
Autonomic dysfunction in PD can present as dysphagia or choking, hypersalivation, impaired gastrointestinal motility, constipation, or hypotension.
All animals can demonstrate signs of behavioral changes, hypersalivation, difficulty swallowing, cranial nerve alterations, ataxia, and paralysis.