Crying in Infants and Children*

@article{Illingworth1955CryingII,
  title={Crying in Infants and Children*},
  author={R. Illingworth},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={1955},
  volume={1},
  pages={75 - 78}
}
He may cry before birth. There have been numerous reports in the literature about infants crying in uterothe so-called vagitus uterinus. King and Bourgeois (1947) collected 125 cases from the literature from A.D. 1800. According to Parviainen (1949) vagitus uterinus was renowned in fable and legend. He wrote that there are stories of it in ancient Hindu, Babylonian, Assyrian, Greek, and Roman writings. St. Bartholomew and Mahomet were said to h4ve cried in utero. One child was said to have… Expand
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