Xerostomia. Braun-Falco, O. (2000). Dermatology : with 281 tables (2., completely rev. ed.). Berlin [u.a.]: Springer. p. 1166. ...
Xerostomia occasionally occurs. The Heerfordt-Waldenstrom syndrome consists of sarcoidosis with parotid enlargement, fever, ...
ISBN 978-1-4160-2320-3. Turner MD (April 2016). "Hyposalivation and Xerostomia: Etiology, Complications, and Medical Management ...
People with burning mouth syndrome may also have a subjective xerostomia (dry mouth sensation where no cause can be found such ... Type 2 diabetes True xerostomia, caused by hyposalivation e.g. Sjögren's syndrome Parafunctional activity, e.g. nocturnal ...
Other factors include xerostomia (dry mouth), diabetes or a high carbohydrate diet. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can ...
The probability of xerostomia at one year increases by 5% for every 1Gy increase in dose to the parotid gland. Doses above 25- ... Similar considerations apply to the submandibular gland, but xerostomia is less common if only one parotid gland is included in ... Concerns have been expressed regarding excessive short and long term toxicity, especially dysphagia and xerostomia, and hence ... Reported toxicities include dry mouth (xerostomia) from salivary gland damage, 18% (grade 2); difficulty swallowing (dysphagia ...
A medication which is known to cause xerostomia may be termed xerogenic.[3] Over 400 medications are associated with xerostomia ... Xerostomia, also known as dry mouth,[1] is dryness in the mouth, which may be associated with a change in the composition of ... a person with signs of hyposalivation may not complain of xerostomia. Conversely a person who reports experiencing xerostomia ... Xerostomia may also result from a change in composition of saliva (from serous to mucous).[6] Salivary gland dysfunction is an ...
With severe caries risk due to xerostomia (dry mouth from reduced salivary flow); Severe early childhood caries, which does not ...
Xerostomia Ice pack Pagophagia "Side Effects of Cancer Treatment: Mouth Sores or Mucositis". news.cancerconnect.com. Retrieved ...
Xerostomia (dry mouth) is thought to account for about 5% of cases of AC. Xerostomia itself has many possible causes, but ... such as creating drug-induced xerostomia. Various examples include isotretinoin, indinavir, and sorafenib. Isotretinoin ( ...
... lysozyme and lactoferrin in xerostomia: efficacy and safety". Oral Dis. 8 (1): 23-9. doi:10.1034/j.1601-0825.2002.1o781.x. PMID ...
Predisposing factors include smoking, xerostomia (dry mouth), soft diet, poor oral hygiene and certain medications. Management ...
Many medications or diseases that cause dry eye syndrome can also cause hyposalivation with xerostomia. Treatment varies ...
Dental caries Fluoride therapy Xerostomia Dental fluorosis Dentin hypersensitivity Dental restoration Dental surgery Weintraub ...
A patient with parotid swelling may complain of swelling, pain, xerostomia, bad taste and sometimes sialorrhoea. The most ...
... s can be used in the treatment of xerostomia (the subjective feeling of having a dry mouth), to stimulate any ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Visvanathan V, Nix P. Managing the patient presenting with xerostomia: a review. ... The following are used in dentistry to treat xerostomia: Parasympathomimetic drugs act on parasympathetic muscarinic receptors ...
Dry mouth (xerostomia) is frequently caused by medication and to a lesser extent, by anxiety or Sjögren's syndrome. It can be ...
... is also indicated to reduce the incidence of xerostomia in patients undergoing radiotherapy for head and neck cancer ...
Additionally, some rinses act as saliva substitutes to neutralize acid and keep the mouth moist in xerostomia (dry mouth). ... due to xerostomia related to salivary dysfunction, or side effects of medication, those who do not drink fluoridated water, ...
Xerostomia, or a decrease in saliva flow, can be a side effect of many drugs, which, in turn, can lead to the development of ... Xerostomia, also known as dry mouth syndrome, can precipitate dysgeusia because normal salivary flow and concentration are ... Patients can lessen the effects of xerostomia with breath mints, sugarless gum, or lozenges, or physicians can increase saliva ...
The Toothette is meant to moisten and clear the oral cavity of food debris and thickened saliva associated with xerostomia (dry ...
Mouth soreness is very common in people with reduced saliva (xerostomia) and food (especially dry food) sticks to the inside of ...
Xerostomia (dry mouth). *Decreased gastric motility (upset stomach). *Headache. *Constipation. *Dry eyes ...
They must ensure after use that they rinse their mouths, otherwise there is an increase of dental caries, xerostomia, ... increased prevalence of Dental Caries due to Xerostomia, can suffer from Burning Mouth Syndrome and Candidal infections as well ...
... xerostomia) Bethanechol - a similar muscarinic parasympathomimetic with longer-lasting effect Ono M, Takamura E, Shinozaki K, ...
... xerostomia)) effects. It was formerly used to treat disorders, such as chronic hypertension, of the peripheral nervous system, ...
The following are used in dentistry to treat xerostomia:[2] *Parasympathomimetic drugs act on parasympathetic muscarinic ... Sialogogues can be used in the treatment of xerostomia (the subjective feeling of having a dry mouth), to stimulate any ... Visvanathan V, Nix P. Managing the patient presenting with xerostomia: a review. International Journal of Clinical Practice. ...
Xerostomia is frequently listed as a cause of candidiasis, but xerostomia can be subjective or objective, i.e., a symptom ... people with xerostomia (dry mouth), in people taking broad spectrum antibiotics, smokers, and in immunocompromised individuals ...
Pleurisy Idiopathic Pericarditis Xerostomia (Dry mouth) Erythematous Plaques Dermatitis Yao syndrome is diagnosed if 2 major ...