Definition of Accoucheur. Meaning of Accoucheur. Synonyms of Accoucheur

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Definition of Accoucheur

Accoucheur
Accoucheur Ac*cou*cheur", n. [F., fr. accoucher. See Accouchement.] A man who assists women in childbirth; a man midwife; an obstetrician.

Meaning of Accoucheur from wikipedia

- Obstetrics and gynaecology (British English) or obstetrics and gynecology (American English) is the medical specialty that encomp****es the two subspecialties...
- midwives (or male midwives, if it is necessary to identify them further) or accoucheurs; the term midhusband (based on a misunderstanding of the etymology of...
- joints extend, and the fingers adduct. The sign is also known as main d'accoucheur (French for "hand of the obstetrician") because it supposedly resembles...
- Alytes maurus (common name: Moroccan midwife toad, French: ****aud accoucheur) is a species of frog in the family Alytidae (formerly Discoglossidae). It...
- could be improved. In France these male-midwives were referred to as accoucheurs, a title later used all over Europe. The founding of lying-in hospitals...
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- l'hypermarche, 1991, ISBN 2-200-37263-9, Colin (publisher). "Bernardo Trujillo, l'accoucheur des grandes surfaces". Les Echos. 8 December 1999. Retrieved 10 February...
- was undertaken by Sir Richard Croft. Croft was not a physician, but an accoucheur, much in fashion among the well-to-do. Charlotte was believed to be due...