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Synonyms for colic

acute abdominal pain (especially in infants)

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A total of 100 patients who presented to the Pediatric Gastroenterology Division and were diagnosed with infantile colic according to the Rome 4 criteria (2) between July 2017 and September 2018 and 50 healthy infants without infantile colic or other chronic disorders who presented to the Sutcu Imam University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics were enrolled in the study.
Infantile colic: Association with lactose and milk intolerance.
Infantile colic is a common medical condition estimated to affect approximately 14-30% of infants.
Objective: The aim of this study was to explore the effect of reflexology on infantile colic.
Chiropractic treatment and lactobacillus were compared in the mean difference of the reduction of crying time for babies with infantile colic after 21 days of probiotic treatment.
"GI disorders" have been used as an umbrella term, encompassing infantile colic, constipation, GERD, inflammatory bowel disease, and colitis.
Association between childhood migraine and history of infantile colic. JAMA, 2013 Apr 17; 309 (15): 1607-12.
Some parents may also give their babies probiotics to prevent atopic diseases like eczema and to treat infantile colic; however, data in the medical literature have been controversial relating to such use.
In contrast, children and adolescents who presented to the ED with tension-type headache showed no increase in the likelihood that they had experienced infantile colic. This confirms the specificity of the association between migraine and colic, said Dr.
At younger ages, excessive crying among otherwise healthy babies is usually described as infantile colic, a common condition that affects up to 40 percent of babies, according to various reports.
Inconsolable crying during the first months of life, commonly caused by infantile colic, is thought to be a pain syndrome in infants.
Other topics investigated include infantile colic, eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders, and preventing and responding to food anaphylaxis in school settings.
And chiropractic was evaluated through three reviews of back pain, two reviews of neck pain, and one review of neck and back pain, as well as 10 systematic reviews based on the best-quality 70 trials for chiropractic's effectiveness as a treatment for non-musculoskeletal maladies (headaches, menstrual period pains, infantile colic, asthma, and allergies).
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