Definition of Intestinal colic

1. Noun. Acute abdominal pain (especially in infants).

Exact synonyms: Colic, Gripes, Griping
Specialized synonyms: Lead Colic, Painter's Colic
Generic synonyms: Hurting, Pain
Derivative terms: Colicky



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intestinal Colic

intestate
intestates
intestinal
intestinal 15 kD protein
intestinal anastomosis
intestinal angina
intestinal anthrax
intestinal arterial arcades
intestinal arteries
intestinal artery
intestinal calcium-binding protein
intestinal calculus
intestinal capillariasis
intestinal colic (current term)
intestinal digestion
intestinal emphysema
intestinal epithelium
intestinal fistula
intestinal flora
intestinal flu
intestinal follicles
intestinal fortitude
intestinal gas
intestinal glands
intestinal intoxication
intestinal juice
intestinal lipodystrophy
intestinal lymphangiectasia

Literary usage of Intestinal colic

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1. Diseases of the Stomach, Intestines, and Pancreas by Robert Coleman Kemp (1917)
"... and strychnin are of tonic value in the nervous cases. Massage, friction, and a tight abdominal band are useful. INTESTINAL PAIN (intestinal colic ..."

2. A System of Practical Medicine by William Pepper, Louis Starr (1885)
"... (intestinal colic). Вг WW JOHNSTON, MD HISTORY.—Colic is described by Hippocrates.1 He recommended the use of emetics and gave other sound advice ..."

3. The Theory and practice of medicine by Frederick Thomas Roberts (1884)
"It is very probable that neuralgic pains may be felt in connection with the intestines, corresponding to gastralgia in the stomach ; intestinal colic, ..."

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