monoamniotic

mon·o·am·ni·ot·ic

(mon'ō-am'nē-ot'ik),
Denoting two or more progeny of a multiple pregnancy that have shared a common amniotic sac.

monoamniotic

/mono·am·ni·ot·ic/ (-am″ne-ot´ik) having or developing within a single amniotic cavity, such as monozygotic twins.

monoamniotic

adjective Occurring in or referring to a single amniotic cavity, as in monoamniotic twins.

monoamniotic

adjective Occurring in or referring to a single amniotic cavity, as in monoamniotic twins

monoamniotic

having or developing within a single amniotic cavity; said of monozygotic twins.
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It was heartbreaking really - I was already worried that they were monoamniotic (where twins share an amniotic sac), and conjoined was the worstcase scenario.
I was already worried they were monoamniotic (where twins share an amniotic sac) and conjoined was the worst outcome.
In 2014, an ACOG technical bulletin advised cesarean delivery for all monoamniotic twins, a recommendation in line with those in Canada and France.
It meant a difficult monochorionic monoamniotic (MoMo) pregnancy for mum Danielle, 28, from Stockton, who had to be monitored three times a day every day due to them sharing the same amniotic sac -although they did not realise they were mirrorimage until after the birth.
You see Jillian and Jenna Thistlethwaite are the literal embodiment of a very rare and special kind of ment of a very rare and special kind of identical twindom called monoamniotic twins, or "mono mono" for short, and they've been sharing the same amniotic sack and placenta in their mummy's tummy during their entire time on the inside.
Monoamniotic twins are incredibly rare and occur in 1% of such births.
Monoamniotic twins or often referred to as "Mono Mono" are identical twins who share both a placenta and an amniotic sac, but have separate umbilical cords.
Chorionicity was classified as: dichorionic diamniotic (DCDA), monochorionic diamniotic (MCDA) and monochorionic monoamniotic (MCMA).
With informed consent, we recruited 8 twin pregnancies, including 4 sets of DCDA twins, 3 sets of monochorionic diamniotic (MCDA) twins, and 1 set of monochorionic monoamniotic (MCMA) twins (Table 1).
Emma Canning's daughters, Hannah and Sophie, were monoamniotic twins who shared the same birth sac and placenta.