The surgical risks of a fifth Cesarean section also cannot be downplayed.
Even gorier are the flashback scenes when Aristotle attends his physician father for a Cesarean section and trepanation.
On New Year's Eve, doctors decided a Cesarean was necessary.
One out of three births in the U.S. is a Cesarean section and about a quarter of all labor is induced.
Fifteen percent of deaths in California were directly related to Cesarean sections.
Peterson reviewed 500 cases of Cesarean section for eclampsia done by 259 operators in various countries.
She had even survived the Cesarean operation, and reached a great age notwithstanding her scandalous insobriety.
Where rapid delivery is required, Cesarean section must be employed.
Skilful operators have the fewest ruptures after Cesarean delivery.
If however the rent is too much closed, or the child cannot be reached, the Cesarean operation is the only resort.
cesarean ce·sar·e·an or cae·sar·e·an or cae·sar·i·an or ce·sar·i·an (sĭ-zâr'ē-ən)
Of or relating to a cesarean section. n.
A cesarean section.