11 June 2010

Baby With Two Heads [ Part 1 ]

This condition is called Craniopagus Parasiticus, meaning twin babies is born conjoined at the head but one of the twin is deformed having no organ in its body but it is still alive by taking the blood from the normal baby. This is the rarest kind of conjoined twins in medical history. There's only ten cases of Craniopagus Paraciticus and only three of those cases that a baby with this condition survive birth.

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