(sometimes lowercase) Cesarean.
- post-Cae·sar·e·an, adjective
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How to use Caesarean in a sentence
But had I needed an epidural, had something gone wrong and I needed a Caesarean, that would have been OK, too.
He had threatened to stop examining her if she continued to refuse a Caesarean section.
One Caesarean section: roughly $23,000, plus the additional cost of having 46 doctors and nurses in the room.
The higher clergy were more than ever immersed in affairs of state, “Caesarean” as Wycliffe would have called them.
It must have been the habitual temper of mind in any Periclean symposium or Caesarean salon.Suspended Judgments | John Cowper Powys
She came back and told him they had decided they could not wait much longer, and would have to undertake a Caesarean.A Choice of Miracles | James A. Cox
The case is different from the ordinary Caesarean section done because of a narrow pelvic bony girdle.Essays In Pastoral Medicine | Austin Malley
In the Caesarean section the infant is delivered through an incision in the abdominal or uterine walls.Essays In Pastoral Medicine | Austin Malley
British Dictionary definitions for Caesarean
of or relating to any of the Caesars, esp Julius Caesar
(sometimes not capital) surgery
short for Caesarean section
(as modifier): Caesarean birth; Caesarean operation
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