lactobezoar

lac·to·be·zoar

(lak'tō-bē'zōr),
A bezoar attributed to enriched calcium or casein content in some formulas prepared for premature infants.
[lacto- + bezoar]
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Lactobezoars are compact masses of undigested milk concretions located within the gastrointestinal tract; they are most frequently found in infants and can cause gastric outlet obstruction.