caesarian


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caesarian

(sĭ-zâr′ē-ən)
adj. & n.
Variant of cesarean.

cesarean

, Cesarean, caesarean, Caesarean, caesarian, Caesarian, cesarian, Cesarian (si-zar′ē-ăn, -zer′) [Fr the legend that such an operation was performed for the birth of Julius Caesar]
1. Pert. to a cesarean section.
2. A cesarean section. Cesarean is the most common spelling variant in the U.S. Both the capitalized and uncapitalized forms are acceptable. Writers should be consistent with whatever form they prefer.
References in periodicals archive ?
Most of the caesarian sections were done in the age group of 20-30 years (78% and 90% in EMCS and ELCS respectively) comparable to the study of Asifa Ghazi et al.
The most common indication of EMCS was previous two caesarian sections in labour (15%) followed by one previous caesarian section (12%), PROM (12%), failure to progress (10%), foetal distress (8%) and obstructed labour r(3%).
This increased bleeding in EMCS group was due to the caesarian sections done after prolonged labour with stretched and edematous lower segment with impacted presented part causing extension of incision laterally into the uterine vessels.
In our Institute most of caesarian sections were done under regional anaesthesia.