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Infantile colic. Association with lactose and milk intolerance.
JAMA 1981; 245(7):732-3JAMA

Abstract

Intolerance to lactose and cow's milk protein was prospectively evaluated in 56 infants with apparent colic. A complete blood cell count, sedimentation rate, test for quantitative IgE level, radioallergosorbent test (performed in 15 patients), and at least three stool examinations for pH, presence of reducing substances, and occult blood were performed in 56 infants (46, appropriate size for gestational age; ten, small for gestational age) and results were within normal limits for age. This study suggests that tolerance to lactose and cow's milk protein does not have a significant role in infantile colic.

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Language

eng

PubMed ID

7193254

Citation

Liebman, W M.. "Infantile Colic. Association With Lactose and Milk Intolerance." JAMA, vol. 245, no. 7, 1981, pp. 732-3.
Liebman WM. Infantile colic. Association with lactose and milk intolerance. JAMA. 1981;245(7):732-3.
Liebman, W. M. (1981). Infantile colic. Association with lactose and milk intolerance. JAMA, 245(7), pp. 732-3.
Liebman WM. Infantile Colic. Association With Lactose and Milk Intolerance. JAMA. 1981 Feb 20;245(7):732-3. PubMed PMID: 7193254.
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