Necrotizing sialometaplasia (NS) is a self-limiting, ulcerated,
benign process, affecting minor salivary glands most commonly
in the palate. The comorbidity of eating disorders with NS is
rare. We present a patient with bilateral NS who suffered from frequent episodes of vomiting. Review of the literature
revealed a handful of such cases. The possible role of vomiting
in the pathogenesis of NS is argued.