diplopagus


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dip·lop·a·gus

(dip-lop'ă-gŭs),
General term for conjoined twins, each with fairly complete bodies, although one or more internal organs may be in common. See: conjoined twins.
[diplo- + G. pagos, something fixed]

diplopagus

[diplop′əgəs]
Etymology: Gk, diploos + pagos, something fixed
conjoined twins that are more or less equally developed, although one or several internal organs may be shared.

diplopagus

(dĭp-lŏp′ă-gŭs) [″ + pagos, a thing fixed]
Conjoined and sharing some organs; said of twins with this condition.