Mauriceau

Mau·ri·ceau

(mō'rē-sō),
François, French obstetrician, 1637-1709. See: Mauriceau maneuver, Mauriceau-Levret maneuver.
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Mauriceau expressed his opinion on nutrition of children whose mothers had no milk.
Mauriceau's 1847 Married Woman's Private Medical Companion:
The uterine rupture associated with rudimentary horn was first reported in 1669 by Mauriceau and Vassal.
The French obstetric surgeon Francois Mauriceau disagreed with performing a CS on living women because 24 cases of CS were carried out in the first half of the 17th century in Paris without a single maternal survivor.
Mauriceau," contained plainly marked sections offering advice on the "prevention of pregnancy" and providing information on methods of abortion.
The frontispiece portraits of authors are also skilfully analyzed, with a particularly informative comparison between contemporary conventions for reading the portrait of Louise Bourgeois (chapter 3) and of Mauriceau and Viardel (chapter 4).
Mauriceau admitted that many women would not be able to follow his advice.
Pregnancy in a non communicating rudimentary horn occurs through the transperitoneal migration of the spermatozoon or the transperitoneal migration of the fertilized ovum [5].The first case of uterine rupture associated with rudimentary horn was reported in 1669 by Mauriceau [6].