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drooling

the discharge of saliva from the mouth. A normal feature in some breeds of dogs such as St. Bernard, Newfoundland and English bulldog, presumably because of their loose, pendulous lips. In other dogs and in cats it can be a sign of abnormalities of swallowing, painful oral lesions, diseased teeth, or disorders of salivary glands with hypersialosis.
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Among the most common symptoms for those with Parkinson's disease included drooling, urinary urgency, constipation, anxiety and a reduced sense of smell.
Yet many believe that heterotrophs evolved before autotrophs, which makes the autotroph drooling even harden to justify.
The prevalence of drooling of saliva in the chronic neurological patients is high, with impairment of social integration and difficulties to perform oral motor activities during eating and speech, with repercussion in quality of lifeDrooling occurs in about one in two patients affected with motor neuron disease and one in five needs continuous saliva elimination7, its prevalence is about 70% in Parkinson disease8, and between 10 to 80% in patients with cerebral palsy9.
29 July 2010 - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Wednesday it has approved Cuvposa (glycopyrrolate) Oral Solution to treat chronic severe drooling caused by neurologic disorders in children ages 3 years to 16 years.
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Some drooling is expected in many babies until they're close to two years of age, or even a year or so longer.
An obvious fan, he was drooling over it when he asked how much they cost.
But this doesn't stop his army of female fans, who call themselves the Georgiste, from drooling over the Vatican pin-up.
PHOENIX -- Drooling by adults and children with neurologic disorders is an underrecognized problem that can be treated with botulinum toxin types A or B, Dr.
Cerebral palsy, stroke, mental retardation, facial palsy, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) also put patients at risk, he said, adding that 20% of ALS patients complain about drooling.
She also has a problem with drooling so we give her Robinul for that.
After last year's unveiling of high-tech systems from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, the game world is drooling over a slew of revved-up titles developers have cooked up to take advantage of the new gadgets.