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Abstract

A seven-year-old male, entire rottweiler was presented to Murdoch University Veterinary Hospital with a 24 hour history of blindness, chemosis, exophthalmus, pain on opening the mouth and hypersialism. Bilateral mandibular and zygomatic salivary gland enlargement with concurrent bilateral zygomatic ...

Author(s)
McGill, S.; Lester, N.; McLachlan, A.; Mansfield, C.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2009, 50, 3, pp 151-156
Abstract

Two dogs were examined for hypersialism associated with non-painful, symmetrical enlargement of both mandibular salivary glands. These signs were accompanied by inappetence and weight loss. The underlying cause of the problem could not be determined despite extensive investigations including fine...

Author(s)
Chapman, B. L.; Malik, R.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1992, 33, 11, pp 549-552
Abstract

Hypersialism as an apparently primary condition is recorded in a young miniature long-haired dachshund. The condition was unilateral and cure was effected by ligation of the parotid salivary duct.

Author(s)
Bedford, P. G. C.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 107, 24, pp 557-558