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  • Preventing and Treating Colic. [Review]
    Adv Exp Med Biol 2019; 1125:49-56Indrio F, Dargenio VN, … Francavilla R
  • Colic is a common and distressing functional gastrointestinal disorder during infancy. It is a behavioral phenomenon in infants aged 1-4 months involving prolonged inconsolable crying and agitated status with multifactorial etiology. Colic can be considered as a benign, self-limited process because the baby normally grows and feeds even with transient irritable mood. Nevertheless, infantile colic…
  • Benign nocturnal alternating hemiplegia of childhood: A clinical and nomenclatural reappraisal. [Case Reports]
    Eur J Paediatr Neurol 2018; 22(6):1110-1117Maas RPPWM, Kamsteeg EJ, … Willemsen MAAP
  • CONCLUSIONS: We underscore the phenotypic homogeneity including the self-limiting course of BNAHC episodes and suggest the condition be renamed 'benign childhood hemiplegia during sleep' (BCHS). We propose a role for the PRRT2 gene and the resulting neuronal hyperexcitability as one of its possible underpinning mechanisms and discuss the clinical similarities of BCHS with the recognized PRRT2-related disorders.
  • StatPearls: Colic [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Banks J B. JB Grand Strand Medical Center Chee J J Grand Strand Medical Center BOOK
  •  Infantile colic is one of the more distressing challenges for new parents and is a reason for 10% to 20% of pediatrician visits during the early weeks of an infant's life. Colic is estimated at affecting 5% to 40% of infants worldwide. The condition typically presents in the second or third week of life, peaks around 6 weeks, and usually resolves by the age of 12 weeks. Inconsolable crying, irri…
  • A laboratory model for evaluating relapse of undesirable caregiver behavior. [Journal Article]
    J Exp Anal Behav 2018; 110(2):252-266Mitteer DR, Greer BD, … Wacker DP
  • The success of behavioral treatments like functional communication training depends on their continued implementation outside of the clinical context, where failures in caregiver treatment adherence can lead to the relapse of destructive behavior. In the present study, we developed a laboratory model for evaluating the relapse of undesirable caregiver behavior that simulates two common sources of…
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