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Sinonimi: intestinal colic
ETYM French colique, from Latin colicus sick with the colic, Greek kolon the colon. The disease is so named from its being seated in or near the colon. Related to Colon.
Acute abdominal pain (especially in infants); SYN. intestinal colic.
Spasmodic attack of pain in the abdomen, usually coming in waves. Colicky pains are caused by the painful muscular contraction and subsequent distension of a hollow organ; for example, the bowels, gall bladder (biliary colic), or ureter (renal colic).
Intestinal colic is due to partial or complete blockage of the intestine, or constipation; infantile colic is usually due to wind in the intestine.
Spasmic pain in intestines.
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