Feeding disorder of infancy or early childhood refers to a disorder involving the persistent failure to eat, leading to a loss of weight or failure to gain weight. Moreover, Feeding disorder of infancy or early childhood is a disorder characterized by a sudden or marked deceleration of weight gain in an infant or a young child (under age 6) and a slowing or disruption of emotional and social development.


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feeding disorder of infancy or early childhood refers to a disorder characterized by a sudden or marked deceleration of weight gain in an infant or a young child (under age 6) and a slowing or disruption of emotional and social development.

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