cesarian section

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  • noun

Synonyms for cesarian section

the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)

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And those male foetuses which make it to term are more likely to suffer from excessive growth in the uterus, making delivery more difficult and leading to more cesarian section deliveries," said Glezerman.
She has named the babies, who will be born by Cesarian section, Faith and Hope.
After Shirley went into labor, Bud was almost lost: His heart rate plummeted below the range of the fetal heart monitor, and an emergency cesarian section was performed.
In the experiments, some young pigs were born naturally while others came into the world via cesarian section.
An eclampsia patient, in profound coma, was delivered by vaginal Cesarian section and convulsions subsided, but death came some four hours after delivery, from pulmonary edema and acute inspiration pneumonia.
On the day the babies were delivered by cesarian section, however, the media covering the scene guessed something was up.
and to reduce Cesarian Section rate for safer, more cost-effective