Is Infantile Colic a Migraine-Related Phenomenon?

@article{Jan2001IsIC,
  title={Is Infantile Colic a Migraine-Related Phenomenon?},
  author={Mohammed M. S. Jan and Amira R. Al-Buhairi},
  journal={Clinical Pediatrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={40},
  pages={295 - 297}
}
ear pulling, crying, irritability, vomiting, pallor, or head tilt.2 These features are usually relieved by a brief period of sleep. Several migraine variants have been described: abdominal migraine, benign positional vertigo, paroxysmal torticollis, and ocular migraine.3 Several migraine-related phenomena have been recognized, including motion sickness, syncope, somnambulism, and recurrent vomiting after mild head injury.4-6 Infantile colic is a very common cause of pain and crying in… CONTINUE READING

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