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  • adj. Of or relating to Caesarea.
  • n. An inhabitant/citizen of Caesarea.
  • adj. Of or relating to or in the manner of Julius Caesar or other Caesars.
  • n. A Caesarean section.


Caesarea +‎ -an (Wiktionary)
Caesar +‎ -ean (Wiktionary)
Shortening of Caesarean section (Wiktionary)


  • A followup film from the trust, showing under-16 girls their best options for an elective Caesarean, is currently in post-production and will be released to coincide with the new Harry Potter movie.

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  • The C, also known as the Caesarean section, is, after all, major surgery, with a longer recovery time than a regular birth.


  • They have drawn up a list of cases where he had taken part in procedures such as Caesarean births and hysterectomies and set up help lines.

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  • All I could do was read up on the new things in our professional journals, and this had enabled me to do a lot of bovine surgery such as Caesarean operations and rumenotomies, which had never been performed in our district before.

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  • The disease also can be seen from an apparently uncomplicated delivery and from more obvious causes of decreased oxygen such as Caesarean section or premature separation of the placenta (red bag delivery). News

  • But in countries with higher levels of skilled attendance at birth, the report suggests that policy-makers should focus on improving access to emergency obstetric care, such as Caesarean sections and blood transfusions.

    Scientific American

  • For certain operations, such as Caesarean section, or in hypovolemic patients or patients with minimal cardiac reserve, the anesthesia provider may aim to provide "light anesthesia."

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  • Same goes for professional works by Muslim authors and publishers, in books I've seen such as Caesarean Moon Births by Hamza Yusuf or the newest print of Towards Understanding the Qur'ān, the abridged version of Tahfim al-Qur'ān by Sayyid Abul A'lā Mawdūdi (how do you like THAT for romanization!)

  • While doctors are often on the defensive about whether Caesarean sections, which carry all the risks of surgery, are justified, Dr. Howard L. Minkoff, the chairman of obstetrics at Maimonides, said doctors must weigh those concerns against the potential complications from vaginal delivery in obese women.

    Obesity is Becoming an Increasing Burden in the Maternity Ward | Impact Lab

  • Very obese women, or those with a B.M.I. of 35 or higher, are three to four times as likely to deliver their first baby by Caesarean section as first-time mothers of normal weight, according to a study by the Consortium on Safe Labor of the National Institutes of Health.

    Obesity is Becoming an Increasing Burden in the Maternity Ward | Impact Lab


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