Prime Minister of Bangladesh intervenes in care of conjoined twins attached at the head and orders medics to assess if they can be separated in risky procedure that could kill them

Conjoined twins attached at the head are being assessed to see if they can be separated.
Rabeya and Rokeya, from Bangladesh, are craniopagus conjoined twins, which means they are connected at the top of the cranium.
The 18-month-old girls are receiving medical attention thanks to the intervention of the country's government.  
The sisters have been admitted to the burn unit at Dhaka Medical College Hospital.
Here they will undergo a series of tests and then a board will be formed to make a decision about the prospects of them having the operation.  
The babies' mother Taslima Khatun was... read more

22 November 2017 in Health, Views: 48
Source: Daily Mail

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