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ptyalism

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

si·a·lor·rhe·a

(sī'ă-lō-rē'ă),
Excessive flow of saliva. See: salivation.
[sialo- + G. rhoia, a flow]

sialorrhea

/si·a·lor·rhea/ (-re´ah) ptyalism.

sialorrhea

(sī-ăl′ə-rē′ə)
n.
An excessive secretion of saliva.

sialorrhea

[sī·al′ərē′ə]
Etymology: Gk, sialon + rhoia, flow
an excessive flow of saliva that may be associated with various conditions, such as acute inflammation of the mouth, mental retardation, mercurialism, pregnancy, teething, alcoholism, or malnutrition. Also called hypersalivation, ptyalism.

sialorrhea

Medtalk Increased salivation

si·a·lism

, sialismus (sī'ă-lizm, -liz'mŭs)
An excess secretion of saliva.
Synonym(s): ptyalism, salivation, sialorrhea, sialosis.
[G. sialismos]

si·a·lor·rhe·a

(sī'ă-lōr-ē'ă)
Hypersalivation that may be in response to intraoral pain and inflammation, and to neurologic and other systemic disorders.
Synonym(s): sialism, sialismus, sialorrhoea.
[sialo- + G. rhoia, a flow]

sialorrhea

ptyalism.