Words and phrases that have a meaning related to episiotomy:   (138 results)

Often used in the same context:
cesarean delivery, epidural anesthesia, caesarean delivery, caesarean, spinal anesthesia, cesarean section, vaginal birth, epidural, caesarean section, hysterectomy, cesarean, abruption, abdominoplasty, ventouse, spinal anesthetic, myelomeningocele, laparotomy, obstetrical, cholecystectomy, oophorectomy, tubal, forceps, childbirth, pneumonectomy, hepatectomy, pessary, breech birth, surgical procedure, frenulum, obstetric, anal sphincter, incision, amniocentesis, fetal distress, fibroid, colectomy, adenoidectomy, hypospadias, thyroidectomy, prolapse, orchiectomy, uterine, paracentesis, adhesions, thoracotomy, amnio, varicocele, intrauterine, placenta previa, hiatus hernia, magnesium sulfate, uterus, ectopic pregnancy, molar pregnancy, tubal ligation, tubal pregnancy, sympathectomy, fistula, coarctation, adrenalectomy, ovarian cyst, preterm, stress incontinence, dystocia, craniotomy, pitocin, cesarian section, thoracentesis, hernias, preterm infant, pregnancy, radical hysterectomy, obstetrician, endometrial carcinoma, surgical incision, uterine artery, atresia, mastopexy, brachial plexus, catheterization, otosclerosis, laminectomy, incompetent cervix, menses, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, pyloric stenosis, endarterectomy, gastrectomy, cannulation, cervixes, anesthesia, fibroid tumor, antepartum, anastomosis, luteal phase, suturing, vaginismus, labia minora, palpation, myoma, hyperemesis gravidarum, circumcision, resection, lymphadenectomy, decompression, dissection, excision, infarct, plication, basal, excavation, fissure, frontal, incisions, lateral, maxillary, pelvic, postsurgical, cutaneous, perioperative, postoperative, postpartum, scalp, severe, truncal, wound, abdominal, acute, anorectal, antemortem, anticipated, appendiceal, associated, bilateral, breast, chest

More general:
incision, section

Also try:
— Adjectives for episiotomy: routine, median, deep, large, generous, lateral, wide, adequate, prophylactic, extensive, more...

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