synadelphus

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syn·a·del·phus

(sin'ă-del'fŭs),
Conjoined twins with single head, partially united trunk, and four upper and four lower limbs. See: conjoined twins.
[syn- + G. adelphos, brother]

synadelphus

[sin′ədel′fəs] pl. synadelphi
Etymology: Gk, syn + adelphos, brother
a conjoined twin with a single head and trunk and eight limbs. Also called cephalothoracoiliopagus,syndelphus.

synadelphus

(sĭn″ă-dĕl′fŭs) [″ + adelphos, brother]
A deformed fetus with eight limbs.