ptyalism


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excessive flow of saliva

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A 25-year-old female yellow-naped Amazon parrot (Amazona auropalliata) was examined at a referring veterinary facility for an acute onset of lethargy, ptyalism, and regurgitation.
As the swelling increases in size, it becomes difficult for animal for prehension, mastication and shows signs like ptyalism, open mouth with protruded tongue, sub mandibular swelling and inanition which were also observed by Sagar et al.
Women with ptyalism reported that the condition disrupted their prenatal health: 40% said it interfered with swallowing, 30% said their sense of taste was adversely affected, 30% cited interference with sleep, and 27% said ptyalism affected their speech.
Van Dinter recommended assessing patients for ptyalism symptoms at each prenatal visit, with consideration being given to dietary modification in an effort to reduce symptoms.
Peibio's ptyalism was eventually cured by miracle.(7) This bizarre story implies the existence of the Welsh adjective claforog 'drivelling' in the twelfth century.
A buffalo with two calvings was presented with history of inability to swallow and ptyalism since last twenty four hours.
Multifocal sialoceles and sialoliths in a yellow-naped Amazon parrot (Amazona ochrocephala auropalliata) with chronic ptyalism. J Avian Med Surg.
The animal park veterinarian collected the specimens from animal D for diagnostic testing after severe respiratory symptoms, ptyalism, anorexia, and lethargy were observed in the animal and 3 other cheetahs housed in the same area.
A three year old stall fed Pandarapuri buffalo heifer was presented with history of sudden onset of ptyalism, stoppage of rumination, intermittent regurgitation and distended left flank.
Abstract: A yellow-naped Amazon parrot (Amazona ochrocephala auropalliata) was presented with a 1-year history of feather-destructive behavior with an incidental 14-year history of ptyalism. Palpation, radiographs, fluoroscopy, and biopsy confirmed a diagnosis of multiple sialoceles and sialoliths throughout the cervical region.
A Black bengal goat with signs of ptyalism, inability to swallow food and water, regurgitation of water through nostrils, severe bloat and stretched neck was presented and diagnosed as choke due to hard metal object at two places of cervical oesophagus based on clinico-radiological examination.
The dog was hospitalized after 3 days of lethargy, anorexia, polydipsia, ocular discharge, and difficulty in rising that had progressed to fever, listlessness, weakness, ptyalism, nasal and ocular discharge, watery diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
Common clinical signs associated with oesophageal foreign bodies were regurgitation or vomiting, retching, gagging, lethargy, anorexia, restlessness, distress, ptyalism and cough (Juvet et al., 2010).
A one year old Rottweiler dog was brought with complaints of ptyalism, difficulty in deglutition and swelling underneath lower jaw with progressive nature.