ischiopagus

ischiopagus

 [is″ke-op´ah-gus]
conjoined twins fused at the ischial region.

is·chi·op·a·gus

(is'kē-op'ă-gŭs),
Conjoined twins united in their ischial region. See: conjoined twins.
[ischio- + G. pagos, fixed]

ischiopagus

conjoined twins fused at the ischial region.
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Separation is feasible in Ischiopagus, Pygopagus, Omphalopagus, Parastic twins.
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Lakshmi, named after the four-armed Hindu goddess of wealth, suffers from the rare condition ischiopagus.
The rare condition - known as ischiopagus - means Lakshmi was born with eight limbs, four kidneys, two spines, tangled nerves and other problems.
9) Jodie and Mary were ischiopagus tetrapus conjoined twins, (10) Thus, each had their own arms and legs, although they were joined at the pelvis and shared a linked spine.
Ischiopagus twins are joined at the ischium and tetrapus twins have four lower limbs.
Mary and Jodie were ischiopagus tetrapus conjoined twins, which means that they were joined in the pelvic region and had four lower limbs between them.
Twenty-Three Year Follow-up of Separated Ischiopagus Tetrapus Conjoined Twins," Annals of Surgery 210 (1989) 673-79, and James A.
The most common types are: thoracopagus followed by pygopagus and finally by ischiopagus.
8) Craniopagus and thoracopagus separation is a tedious affair because they may share vital structures, while ischiopagus and pyopagus can be separated surgically and have good outcome.