Conjoined twin pregnancy of the parapagus dicephalus
dibrachius dipus (PDDD) type.
The specimen presented here demonstrated parapagus dicephalus
with ventral fusion along the length of the body (Fig.
from India reported successful vaginal delivery of Dicephalus
conjoined twin in breech presentation.
Such condition is described as 'dicephalus
dipus tetrabrachius dicaudatus' by Roberts (1971).
Zita and Gita Rezahanovas had form of dicephalus
is a kind of conjoined twins in which two heads share a single body.
The girls were born on March 7, 1990, in Minnesota, USA, and they're an extremely rare dicephalus
form of conjoined twins.
The condition of the twins was called dicephalus
is a subset of parapagus rare variety of conjoint twins were they share common body from neck or upper chest downwards with fused thorax, abdomen and pelvis which is the most severe form of conjoint twinning of all types.
twins Abby and Brittany Hensel are now aged 21 and have lived an active life.
twins, however, share one liver, ribcage, a nervous system and all organs below the waist including intestines, bladder and reproductive organs.