salivation


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Synonyms for salivation

saliva running from the mouth

Words related to salivation

the secretion of saliva

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In this study, fever was associated to teething by 27% of mothers, increased salivation by 20%, Diarrhea by 17% of mothers.
In this study, we found muscarinic symptoms of organophosphate poisoning, miosis, and pulmonary oedema were present in 100% of those patients who were admitted to our side with complaint of poisoning within 12 hours, salivation was present in 85.
A two year old buffalo heifer was presented with history of anorexia, salivation, difficulty in swallowing, regurgitation, absence of defecation and swelling at ventro-lateral aspect of middle cervical region.
The common signs of the disease are: salivation, tongue and gumserosions, and lameness.
Noted for their pink flowering bulbs, these plants, such as Amaryllis belladonna, can cause lethargy, excessive salivation, anorexia and tremors.
La maladie se traduit par des lesions entraEnent une salivation intense et filante, des troubles de la mastication, des boiteries et des chutes de production laitiere.
Signs the heat is getting too much include panting, profuse salivation, a rapid pulse and loss of consciousness.
e symptoms include heavy panting, profuse salivation, rapid pulse, very red gums/ tongue, lethargy, lack of co-ordination, collapse, vomiting, diarrhoea and loss of consciousness.
Animals that ingest even tiny quantities (two bites of a tuber have killed humans) show salivation, dilated pupils, respiratory distress and convulsions.
We were especially interested in effects on phloem ingestion and salivation behaviors, known to control acquisition and inoculation, respectively, of phloem-limited pathogens such as Las (Fereres & Moreno 2009; Bonani et al.
According to the US National Library of Medicine, side effects of CS gas include eye irritation and burning, coughing, increased mucous secretion, severe headaches, dizziness, tightness of the chest, difficulty breathing, skin reactions and excessive salivation.
Staff described people suffering from convulsions, extreme salivation, contracted pupils and sight and respiratory problems.
Providing many color photos throughout, they explain taking a history, clinical examination, investigations, and imaging, then ulceration, blisters, white patches, erythema, swelling, pigmentation, orofacial pain, dry mouth, excess salivation, coated tongue, halitosis, and altered taste.
Heavy panting Excessive salivation Inability to get up if they lie down Very red gums Vomiting Rapid pulse WHAT TO DO Cool the animal down gradually by pouring cool (NOT cold) water on it Use any shaded area Allow the animal to drink small amounts of water Once you feel the dog is comfortable, ring the vet Always have water in your car
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