prosopothoracopagus

prosopothoracopagus

 [pros″o-po-thor″ah-kop´ah-gus]
conjoined twins fused from the face to the thorax.

pros·o·po·thor·a·cop·a·gus

(pros'ō-pō-thōr'ă-kop'ă-gŭs),
Conjoined twins attached by the face and thorax; a variety of cephalothoracopagus. See: conjoined twins.
[prosopo- + G. thōrax, chest, + pagos, something fastened]

prosopothoracopagus

[pros′əpōthôr′əkop′əgəs]
Etymology: Gk, prosopon + thorax, chest, pagos, fixed
conjoined symmetric twins who are united laterally in the frontal plane from the thorax through most of the head region.

prosopothoracopagus

twin fetuses fused from the face to the thorax.