syncephalus

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syncephalus

 [sin-sef´ah-lus]
conjoined twins with heads fused into one, there being a single face, with four ears.

syn·ceph·a·lus

(sin-sef'ă-lŭs),
Conjoined twins having a single head with two bodies. See: conjoined twins. Compare: craniopagus, janiceps.
[syn- + G. kephalē, head]

syncephalus

/syn·ceph·a·lus/ (-sef´ah-lus) conjoined twins with one head and a single face with four ears, two on the back of the head.

syncephalus

[sinsef′ələs]
Etymology: Gk, syn + kephale, head
a conjoined twin having a single head and two bodies. Also called monocephalus.

syn·ceph·a·lus

(sin-sef'ă-lŭs)
Conjoined twins having a single head with two bodies.
[syn- + G. kephalē, head]

syncephalus

a twin monster with heads fused into one, there being a single face, with four ears.