cephalopagus

Type: Term Pronunciation: sef′ă-lop′ă-gŭs Definitions: 1. Conjoined twins with heads fused but the remainder of the bodies separate. See: conjoined twins, under twin
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cephalopagus

Conjoined twins with heads fused but the remainder of the bodies separate. ... See: conjoined twins. ... See: craniopagus, duplicitas posterior. ... Origin: cephalo-+ G. Pagos, something fixed ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Cephalopagus

An uncommon type of conjoined twin in whch the twins are joined from the top of the head down to the navel, with separate pelvises and lower abdomens. Because of the severe brain malformations, it is not common for these twins to survive. Broader term(s): Conjoined Twin Siamese Twin
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