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A history of caesarean section: From ancient world to the modern era
Key words: caesarean section, history, obstetrics.
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The Ontario Mother and Infant Study (TOMIS) III: A multi-site cohort
ety of evidence.
Spinal Versus Epidural Anesthesia for Cesarean Section: A
thesia for uncomplicated, elective cesarean sections. (Anesth sia for elective cesarean section in 1991, our impres- sion was that .. ety of Anesthesiologists.
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are, therefore, more likely to undergo emergency cesarean section.33.

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Caesarean section - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This and Caesar's name may have led to a false etymological Caeso was said to be given to children who were born via c-section.
Caesarean section.. - Wordorigins.org
Apr 15, 2006 A Caesarean section, also spelled Caesarian or Cesarean and often without the upper case C, is the surgical delivery of a child.
Cesarean Section - A Brief History: Part 1
Yet, the early history of cesarean section remains shrouded in myth and is of dubious accuracy.
What is the origin of the term cesarean section
What is the origin of the term cesarean section?
Caesarean sectionetymology and early history | South African
Caesarean sectionetymology and early history from South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology provided by Find Articles at BNET.

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