Caesarean Section Etymology
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Caesarean Section Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Caesarean Section Etymology books and related discussion.
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- A history of caesarean section: From ancient world to the modern era
- Key words: caesarean section, history, obstetrics.
- The Ontario Mother and Infant Study (TOMIS) III: A multi-site cohort
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- 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.
- PV '04 REVIEW Masterpage
- are, therefore, more likely to undergo emergency cesarean section.33.
Suggested Web Resources
- 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 section—etymology and early history | South African
- Caesarean section—etymology and early history from South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology provided by Find Articles at BNET.
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