Surgical incision of the uterus, as in a cesarean section.(noun)
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Use "hysterotomy" in a sentence
""One day I walked into an operating room and they did a hysterotomy, which is a cesarean section, lifted out a baby that was crying and breathing, and put it in a bucket in the corner of the room, and let it die, and pretended nobody heard it," he told the audience."
"Exposure of 26-week fetus through hysterotomy revealing sacrococcygeal teratoma (SCT)."
"Consider: in 1973 a team of Finnish and American scientists decapitated a dozen human fetuses, each aborted live through hysterotomy, and kept the heads alive artificially for study."