Coagulation changes in a siamese twin in SIRS after death of the other twin: a case study.


BACKGROUND Conjoined twins represent a rare case of embryonic failure. Siamese twins' final outcome is usually associated with poor prognosis due to complications, among which the inflammatory and septic disturbances are often present. CASE REPORT The article describes Siamese twins of craniopagus type. One of the twins died of heart and aortic failure… (More)


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