Surgeons in Australia have been able to secrete twins from the Kingdom of Bhutan after six hours of operation. The two children Nima and Dawa Belden, 15 months old, were joined to the trunk and had a liver. Doctors managed to divide the twins liver, but discovered after surgery that each of the children had separate intestines.
The mother took twins in Melbourne, Australia last month, but doctors postponed the surgery until Friday to meet child nutritional needs.
"The two girls are in good shape," said Joe Karamri, who led the team of surgeons during the successful twinning process, explaining that it was a great joy when she told Bhumuchu Zhangmo, the mother of the two children, mode.
The surgery involved 18 specialists divided into two groups, one for each child, during the intervention at the Royal Melbourne Children's Hospital. The phenomenon of conjugated twins is rare. Statistics show that every two hundred thousand births occur and between 40 and 60% These cases of abortion.
There are very few surgical twinning around the world each year, from birth to the success of the separation process, Nima and Dawah could not sit together and stand only one by one.