Sherif Mohsen Shalaby1*, Mohamed Adel Shanah2, Mohamed Galal3, Ahmed Wafaie4, Ahmed Abuelnour4 and Hala Sayed4
1Dar Al Fouad Hospital, Cairo, Egypt
2Aktnagelvin area hospital, Londonderry, UK
3Birmingham NHS Trust, England, UK
4Alborg Scan, Cairo, Egypt
*Corresponding Author: Sherif Mohsen Shalaby, Dar Al Fouad Hospital, Cairo, Egypt.
Received: November 10, 2020; Published: November 20, 2020
Nine months old infant with clinically evident conjoined twins. Number (1) infant shows morphologically complete built and maturation. The other one is incomplete, with only seen two legs, rudimentary hand, and a penis with deformed scrotum [a total of 2 penises]. Both twins are seen fused ventrally at the pelvic region of the complete one.
Citation: Sherif Mohsen Shalaby., et al. “Ischiopagus Conjoined Twins: Case Report”. Acta Scientific Cancer Biology 4.12 (2020): 10-13.
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