alexa Male Baby with a Parasitic Teratopagus Twin

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Male Baby with a Parasitic Teratopagus Twin

A male baby with a parasitic teratopagus twin was born at full term by normal vaginal delivery on 3 February 1988 to a 26-year-old prim gravida (Figure 1). The parasite was projecting from the oral cavity of the normal twin. The roots infiltrated the oro- and nasopharynx and submandibular region.

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