Parapagus dicephalus--Conjoined twin--A case report

July 2010
Current Pediatric Research;Jul-Dec2010, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p92
Academic Journal
Parapagus dicephalus tribrachii bipeds conjoined twin is uncommon. We report a case with a single body fused anterolaterally with two heads, two fully formed upper limbs and a rudimentary limb between the heads which was delivered by caesarean section.


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