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.
Peterson reviewed 500 cases of cesarean section for eclampsia done by 259 operators in various countries.
The ordinary practitioner, however, is utterly unfitted to do a cesarean section of any kind.
Where rapid delivery is required, cesarean section must be employed.
He narcotized her, took her in a train to a hospital, delivered her by cesarean section, and saved her and the child.
If the convalescence after the cesarean section already done has been abnormal, the prognosis for rupture is not good.
After a cesarean section there is more or less danger of rupture at the scar in other labors.
The sterilization would fall under the decrees and penalties described at the end of the chapter on cesarean section.
It may be necessary to do cesarean section to liberate an incarcerated placenta.
cesarean section or caesarean section
An incision through the abdominal wall and uterus, so as to deliver a fetus. Also called cesarean operation.
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.
Childbirth by surgical removal of the fetus through an incision made in the wall of the abdomen and in the uterus, usually used as an alternative when natural delivery through the vagina is considered risky. The number of Cesarean sections in the United States has increased sharply in recent years, causing concern among patients, surgeons, and insurers.
Note: The term derives from the traditional belief that Julius Caesar was born by this method.
Note: The procedure is often referred to colloquially as a “C-section.”