pygodidymus

pygodidymus

 [pi″go-did´ĭ-mus]
conjoined twins fused in the cephalothoracic region, with double hips and pelvis.

py·go·did·y·mus

(pī'gō-did'i-mŭs),
Conjoined twins with a single cephalothoracic region but with the buttocks and parts below doubled. See: conjoined twins.
See also: duplicitas posterior.
[pygo- + G. didymos, twin]

pygodidymus

[pī′gōdid′əməs]
Etymology: Gk, pyge, buttocks, didymos, twin
1 a malformed fetus that has a double pelvis and hips.
2 conjoined twins who are fused in the cephalothoracic region but separated at the pelvis.

pygodidymus

a fetus with double hips and pelvis.