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Conjoined twins of dicephalus type are extremely rare. We present a report of stillborn di-cephalus dipus dibrachius twin. There were two complete heads on two necks, one thorax, one abdomen, and externally normal two arms and two legs. From a thorough understand-ing of the anatomy of these twins we can gain insight into their developmental process and devise appropriate surgical strategies for separation.
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Author(s): LC Prasanna S Hussain Saheb H Mamatha M Adibatti ST Thomas CM Ramesh
Conjoined twins, Dicephalus, Parapagus, Teratology