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A 2-month-old male is brought in for inconsolably crying intermittently for 2 weeks. The episodes start every evening and last for several hours. The infant draws up his knees and appears to be in pain. The child breastfeeds every 4 hours, has 3 stools a day, and wets diapers 6 times a day. His exam is normal. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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