sialorrhoea


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sialorrhoea

(sī-ăl′ə-rē′ə)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of sialorrhea.

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]
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Bull, "Outcomes of submandibular duct re-implantation for sialorrhoea," Clinical Otolaryngology and Allied Sciences, vol.
Injection of botulinum toxin A in to salivary glands improve sialorrhoea in amyotropic lateral sclerosis.
Clinical study of botulinum toxin- A in the treatment of sialorrhoea in children with cerebral palsy.
(16.) Hockstein NG, Samadi DS, Gendron K, Handler SD, Sialorrhoea: a management Challenge, Am Fam Physician 2004; 69:2628-2634.
Controlling sialorrhoea: a review of available treatment options.
Drooling was assessed based on the classification drafted by Thomas-Stonell and Greenberg (1988).16 Drooling was evaluated since research has demonstrated a significant relationship between sialorrhoea during sleep and bruxism.
Botulinum toxin in the management of sialorrhoea: a systematic review.
Other clinical features include secondary motor symptoms (eg, hypomimia, dysarthria, dysphagia, sialorrhoea, micrographia, shuffling gait, festination, freezing, dystonia, glabellar reflexes), non-motor symptoms (eg, autonomic dysfunction, cognitive/neurobehavioral abnormalities, sleep disorders and sensory abnormalities such as anosmia, paresthesias and pain).
Sialorrhoea was not seen, which might have been due to administration of injection atropine as premedication.