An Epigastric Heteropagus Twin with Ruptured Giant Omphalocele
Keywords:Twin, Heteropagus, Omphalocoele, Epigastric
We present a case of heteropagus twins attached to the epigastric region. The neonate also had ruptured giant omphalocoele with most of gut and liver lying outside the abdominal cavity. Patient had uneventful surgery for separation of twins and repair of ruptured omphalocoele.
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