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A popular UK term for the compulsory admission of a person to hospital under The Mental Health Act 1983, Section 2 for assessment and Section 3 for treatment.
The cutting of tissues during excision to select material for subsequent histopathological examination.
sectioning[L. sectio, a cutting]
Patient discussion about sectioning
Q. What are the risks of C-section? See that all the pregnant movie stars are having C- sections instead of natural child birth. Maybe I should have one too, instead of giving birth regularly? Are there any risks?
Q. How is a C-section done? My wife is expecting twins and her Doctor scheduled a C- section for her. How is it done?
Q. When is a C-section needed? My wife is pregnant now and I wanted to know when do women need to have a C- section as opposed to natural birth?