Sunday, December 9, 2007
Medical → Surgical separation of conjoined twins
Here you can see the successful surgical separation of conjoined twins (pyropagus).
Video: Download "siamese_twins_separation.wmv"
Pygopagus are the conjoined twins who joined back-to-back at the pelvis and lower spine, each with separate hearts, heads and limbs. Almost all pygopagus twins are female; most male twins of this type are stillborn. Historically, many pairs of conjoined twins who live to adulthood have been pygopagus. Separation is usually successful, although separating a conjoined spinal cord can lead to paralysis below the point of junction.
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|the one on the right side is gonna be a spak|
|Could you write about Physics so I can pass Sceicne class?|
|to god be the glory.|
|which one got the pussy in the separation |
|This is the point where they part company.|
|ok that was random|
but what does the damn turtles have to do
with anything about this video???
|mmmmmmm.. I'd like to tongue fuck them |
until they cry..........:)
|thats amazing, but kind of cheezy with the music...|
|su questo sito ce gente che lascia dei commneti davvero osceni mi fate tutti cagare vi auguro di crepare presto. dovreste dispiacervi |
|i am dandy and i have been raped by a big black guy and he had a 11inch dicc|
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