surgical incision through the abdominal and uterine walls in order to deliver a baby
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How to use Caesarean section in a sentence
He had threatened to stop examining her if she continued to refuse a Caesarean section.
The case is different from the ordinary Caesarean section done because of a narrow pelvic bony girdle.
In the Caesarean section the infant is delivered through an incision in the abdominal or uterine walls.
Between 1787 and 1876 in the city of Paris there was not one successful Caesarean section as far as the mothers were concerned.
If the head sticks, Caesarean section is done in favourable circumstances, and craniotomy in unfavourable circumstances.
The technique of the Caesarean section has only a medical signification, and it need not be described here.