Sialogogue



adjective
1.
sialagogic (def 1).
noun
2.
a sialagogic agent or medicine.
noun
1.
(med) any drug or agent that can stimulate the flow of saliva

sialogogue si·al·o·gogue (sī-āl’ə-gôg’)
n.
Variant of sialagogue.

sialagogue si·al·a·gogue or si·al·o·gogue (sī-āl’ə-gôg’)
n.
A drug or other agent that increases the flow of saliva. Also called ptyalagogue.

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