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Pediatrics. 1998 Nov;102(5 Suppl E):1282-6.

Colic and crying syndromes in infants.

Abstract

Colic or excessive crying is one of the most frequent problems presented to pediatricians by new parents. Organic disease accounts for <5% of infants presenting with colic syndrome. Colic may be best viewed as a clinical manifestation of normal emotional development, in which an infant has diminished capacity to regulate crying duration.

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9794970
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