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Synonyms for salivation

saliva running from the mouth

Words related to salivation

the secretion of saliva

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But, when the patient took the "Natural Aid" course, it was noticed that within ten days excessive salivation had stopped, there was a drop in temperature, an increase in appetite.
The infant suffers from excessive salivation accompanied by choking, coughing and sneezing.
Two of the birds in the study experienced hypersalivation, and excessive salivation was reported with the use of ketamine in dogs, cats, ruminants, and vultures.
Although generally well tolerated, occasional ketamine-related side-effects included vocalisation, grimacing, limb movements, bad dreams, excessive salivation and postoperative nausea and vomiting'.
Signs of the disease in species vary, but key indicators include a high fever, excessive salivation, swelling of the head and neck, lameness and sometimes discolouration of the tongue.
Its primary symptoms include swelling of the face and tongue, which both appear blue, as well as a high fever and excessive salivation.
5 per cent of affected pussies died or were euthanased after suffering severe tremors, excessive salivation and seizures.
pears (chloral hydrate), almonds (cyanide), carrots (water hemlock), garlic (arsenic or organophosphates) X--extrapyramidal (tremors or dystonia) or pyramidal (hypertonia or hyperreflexia) disturbances I--ileus D--dry mouth or excessive salivation R--rashes or erythema O--overdose (beware of polypharmacy) M--muscle tone E--eyes (check pupils and check for nystagmus) S--skin (flushing or sweating) Table II.
Excitement or fear can also cause excessive salivation.
Effects: A dreamy intoxicated state, excessive salivation.
This trend might reflect the increasing practice of combining other antipsychotics with clozapine to keep dosage low enough to minimize side effects such as sedation, excessive salivation, and weight gain, he said.
In an edition of Waltham International Fo - cus, in 1991, Susanna Penman and Peter Emily wrote ``as the disease worsens, the symptoms usually become more evident, including halitosis, dysphagia (difficulty in eating), excessive salivation, haemorrhage, oral discomfort and general malaise.
Even contact with the plant can cause irritation to the eyes and mouth resulting in excessive salivation.