Caesarian Section

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The Caesarian section (or C-section) is a surgical operation in which an OB/GYN cuts through the abdominal wall of the mother in order to deliver her child. The procedure was named after Roman emperor Julius Caesar after he made his famous decree: "I came; I saw; I delivered" or "Veni, vidi, vagi." Caesar holds the title of being the only Roman emperor whose name is attached to an OB/GYN procedure.


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