'Three Months' Colic'

@article{Illingworth1954ThreeMC,
  title={'Three Months' Colic'},
  author={R. Illingworth},
  journal={Archives of Disease in Childhood},
  year={1954},
  volume={29},
  pages={165 - 174}
}
In the first three months of life, rhythmic attacks of screaming, which are almost entirely confined to the evenings and cannot be explained by any of the known causes of crying, are a troublesome complaint which is familiar to all who are concerned with the care of well babies. It is commonly called 'three months' colic', because it gets better by the age of 3 months. For the sake of brevity I shall henceforward term it 'colic'. This paper sets out to marshal the known facts about the… Expand
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