One man can do craniotomy, but it requires three to perform the caesarean section.
The extrauterine foetus is not like a foetus in a craniotomy case.
May John, a physician, cut away Peter by craniotomy and so save Ann's life?
Even if the child is not dying, some obstetricians will do craniotomy.
If the head sticks, caesarean section is done in favourable circumstances, and craniotomy in unfavourable circumstances.
craniotomy is a direct killing, and a direct killing used as a means to an end; moreover it is an altogether unnecessary killing.
In the craniotomy case the child is not a materially or formally unjust aggressor, it is not doing anything at all.
craniotomy is an operation wherein the head of the child is reduced in size to render delivery possible.
If it is dead and the head is developed, craniotomy should be done to hasten extraction.
“Necessity knows no law,” writes Dr. Galloway, in his defence of craniotomy, to which I referred in a former lecture.
craniotomy cra·ni·ot·o·my (krā'nē-ŏt'ə-mē)
Incision into the skull.