Vaginal delivery after caesarean delivery in the days of the Talmud (2nd century BCE -6th century CE).

  • Samuel Lurie
  • Published 2006 in
    Vesalius : acta internationales historiae…
Caesarean delivery was practised for ages, almost always as a postmortem procedure. It is referred to in the myths and folklore of many ancient societies, for some of the infants so delivered survived, although their mothers did not. A fascinating medical situation of vaginal birth after caesarean delivery that may have occurred in the days of the Talmud is… CONTINUE READING