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How did the ‘caesarian section’ get its name?

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There are different theories about the origin of the name, ‘caesarian section’. One theory is that the operation was named after Julius Caesar because he was taken from his mother’s abdomen after it was cut open. Another theory is that it was named after Julius Caesar because he passed a law when he was the Emperor of Rome declaring that if a pregnant woman died, her abdomen should be cut open so that her unborn child could be saved.

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