Conjoined Twins FAQ

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1. Conjoined Twins FAQ Prepared by Dr. Tarek A. Abd El Latif CMEC,Manager EMS

2. Conjoined Twins What are conjoined twins?

4. Conjoined Twins How does it happen Like all Monozygotic twins, conjoined twins are always same sex (either both boys or both girls). It's a fairly rare occurrence. Exact statistics are not known, but are estimated to be about 1 in 85,000 births. About 1 in 200 sets of identical twins are born conjoined. It is estimated that seventy percent of conjoined twins are female.

8. Conjoined Twins What are the types of conjoined twins? TYPES OF CONJOINED TWINS: Those three dozen separate types are: Conjunction never involving heart or umbilicus Conjunctions Always involving the Umbilicus (Midline Conjunctions) Rare forms of conjoined twins, having different patterns.

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19. THANK YOU Sources of the presentation: www.twinstuff.com

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