Saenger operation

Saen·ger op·er·a·tion

(sāng'ĕr),
cesarean section followed by careful closure of the uterine wound by three tiers of sutures.

Saen·ger op·er·a·tion

(sāng'er op-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
Cesarean delivery followed by careful closure of the uterine wound by three tiers of sutures.

Saenger,

Max, Czech obstetrician, 1853-1903.
Saenger macula - a spot of red brighter than the surrounding membrane, at the congested orifice of the duct of Bartholin gland. Synonym(s): macula gonorrhoica
Saenger operation - cesarean section followed by careful closure of the uterine wound by three tiers of sutures.
Saenger ovum forceps
Saenger suture
Saenger ulcer