Separation surgery for total vertical craniopagus twins

@article{Goh2004SeparationSF,
  title={Separation surgery for total vertical craniopagus twins},
  author={Keith Y. C. Goh},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={567-575}
}
A pair of conjoined twins aged 11 months underwent investigations, followed by surgical separation in Singapore General Hospital in April 2001. They were joined at the skull vertex and facing in opposite directions. Radiological investigations including cerebral angiography, magnetic resonance imaging and computerized tomographic scans were performed, leading to the diagnosis of total vertical craniopagus. There were two separate brains, with separate arterial circulations, but with a common… CONTINUE READING
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