ischiopagus

ischiopagus

 [is″ke-op´ah-gus]
conjoined twins fused at the ischial region.

is·chi·op·a·gus

(is'kē-op'ă-gŭs),
Conjoined twins united in their ischial region. See: conjoined twins.
[ischio- + G. pagos, fixed]

ischiopagus

conjoined twins fused at the ischial region.
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