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Vomiting in infancy

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Vomiting is very common in infancy, and like its occurrence in other age-groups, it is a very non-specific element of a clinical presentation.

However, the presence of associated symptoms and signs are more likely to allow a definitive diagnosis to be made in this age group than in the neonatal age range.

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