Minimally conjoined omphalopagi: a consistent spectrum of anomalies.

Abstract

Omphalapagus twins constitute less than one third of all siamese twins. Most omphalopagi are attached by a skin bridge that often contains hepatic tissue. Only four cases of omphalopagi attached by an intestinal bridge have been reported. The authors present two additional cases of conjoined twins minimally attached by a small bowel and bladder bridge. In… (More)

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@article{Poenaru1994MinimallyCO, title={Minimally conjoined omphalopagi: a consistent spectrum of anomalies.}, author={Dan V. Poenaru and J Uroz-Trist{\'a}n and Suzanne Leclerc and Stephen G. Murphy and Dickens St-Vil and Sumaya Abo Youssef and Hjordis C Blanchard}, journal={Journal of pediatric surgery}, year={1994}, volume={29 9}, pages={1236-8} }