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hypoptyalism

 [hi″po-ti´ah-lizm]
abnormally decreased salivation, as in xerostomia.

hy·po·sal·i·va·tion

(hī'pō-sal'i-vā'shŭn),
Reduced salivation.
Synonym(s): hypoptyalism

hyposalivation

/hy·po·sal·i·va·tion/ (hi″po-sal″ĭ-va´shun) hypoptyalism.

hyposalivation

[-sal′ivā′shən]
Etymology: Gk, hypo + L, saliva, spittle
a decreased flow of saliva associated with dehydration; radiation therapy of the salivary gland regions; anxiety; menopause; the use of drugs such as atropine, glycopyrrolate, and antihistamines; vitamin deficiency; inflammation or infection of the salivary glands; or various syndromes, such as Plummer-Vinson syndrome. Also called asialorrhea. See also xerostomia.

hy·po·sal·i·va·tion

(hī'pō-sal'i-vā'shŭn)
Reduced salivation.
Synonym(s): hypoptyalism.

hy·po·sal·i·va·tion

(hī'pō-sal'i-vā'shŭn)
Reduced salivation.
Synonym(s): hypoptyalism.

hyposalivation

hypoptyalism.
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Salivary flow rates, hyposalivation and oral symptoms analysis: The Wilcoxon rank sum test was applied for quantitative variables, and the chi-square test was used for qualitative variables.
Hyposalivation was found to be more common in the institutionalized elderly than in their non-institutionalized counterparts (p=0.
To conclude, oro-dental manifestations are common in patients with T2DM, hyposalivation, periodontitis, halitosis, tooth loss, dental caries, burning mouth sensation, taste impairment are common oro-dental manifestations among patients with T2DM.
Additionally, they reported that high levels of HbA1c associated to hyposalivation can indicate progression of the disease.
To determine the hyposalivation unstimulated whole salivary pro- duction test was performed using graduated tubes.
5), (6) However, the tool is intended only for assessment, and it does not include recommendations for (nor does ADHA endorse) product-specific treatments for hyposalivation with xerostomia.
Cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy can predispose the older adult to mucosititis, stomatitis hyposalivation, oral yeast infections, gun inflammations, bleeding, and alterations in taste, voice, and ability to swallow.
12 Previous studies have shown that regular use of high number of medications increases the risk of hyposalivation and oral diseases in general.
Hyposalivation, xerostomia and the complete denture: a systematic review.
Hyposalivation, which is characterised by decreased salivary flow, and xerostomia, the subjective feeling of a dry mouth, may or may not be associated.
There are also oral manifestations that may precede the diagnosis of xerostomia or hyposalivation.
A study perceived hyposalivation as the most common oral manifestation seen in 68% followed by halitosis in 52% periodontitis in 32% burning mouth sensation in 32% candidiasis and taste alteration in 28% of cases with controlled Diabetes Mellitus.