Sialogogue

Si·al'o·gogue noun [ Greek si`alon saliva + ............ leading, from ......... to lead: confer French sialagogue .] (Medicine) An agent which promotes the flow of saliva.
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sialogogue

<medicine> An agent which promotes the flow of saliva. ... Origin: Gr. Sialon saliva + leading, from to lead: cf. F. Sialagogue. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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sialogogue

(si-al´o-gog) sialagogue.
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Sialogogue

• (n.) An agent which promotes the flow of saliva.
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sialogogue

sialogogue An agent that promotes the flow of saliva.
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sialogogue

sialagogue, sialogogue 1. Any substance that promotes or stimulates the flow of saliva; also ptyalagogue. 2. A drug or other agent that increases the flow of saliva. Other related saliva and/or spittle units: ptyalo-; salivo-; sput-.
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Sialogogue

A sialogogue, sialagogue, or ptyalagogue is a drug or substance that increases the flow rate of saliva. Sialogogues can be used in the treatment of xerostomia (this the subjective feeling of having a dry mouth), to stimulate any functioning salivary gland tissue to produce more saliva. As saliva has a bactericidal effect so when low levels of it a
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