cesarean section definition

  • noun:
    • A surgical cut through the stomach wall and uterus, carried out to provide a fetus.
    • Alternative spelling of Caesarean area.
    • the operation of using a kid through the uterus by cutting through the wall space for the abdomen and womb; -- so-called because Julius Cæsar is reported to have already been brought into the globe by these types of a surgical procedure; -- labeled as in addition caesarean.
    • the distribution of a fetus by medical incision through stomach wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar came to be by doing this)
    • A surgical cut through the stomach wall and womb, performed to provide a fetus.
    • Alternative spelling of Caesarean section.
    • the procedure of using a kid from the womb by slicing through the walls associated with the stomach and uterus; -- so called because Julius Cæsar is reported to have been brought to the globe by such an operation; -- labeled as also caesarean.
    • the delivery of a fetus by surgical cut through the stomach wall surface and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born in that way)

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