Cranial conjoined twins: surgical and anesthetic challenges for a routine procedure: adenoidectomy and examination of ears.

Abstract

Craniopagus conjoined twins have long been the subject of interest because of the rarity and peculiarity of their juxtaposition. We present the surgical, airway and anesthetic challenges in craniopagus conjoined twins, in which one of the twins underwent adenoidectomy for obstructive sleep breathing disorder. The surgical procedure required a special… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijporl.2010.12.019

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@article{Kozak2011CranialCT, title={Cranial conjoined twins: surgical and anesthetic challenges for a routine procedure: adenoidectomy and examination of ears.}, author={Frederick K. Kozak and Marcela Fandi{\~n}o and Luthiana F Carpes and Kawshala Peiris and Stephan Malherbe and Robert Purdy}, journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology}, year={2011}, volume={75 3}, pages={444-7} }