thoracopagus

(thor″ә-kopĀ“ә-gәs) conjoined twins united at the thorax.
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Thoracopagus

A type of conjoined twin, in which two bodies are fused from the upper thorax to the lower belly. This is the most common type of conjoined twin and the heart is always involved. There are four arms, four legs and two pelvises. Broader term(s): Conjoined Twin Siamese Twin
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thoracopagus

Conjoined twins with fusion in the thoracic region. ... See: conjoined twins. ... Synonym: synthorax. ... Origin: thoraco-+ G. Pagos, something fastened ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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thoracopagus

Type: Term Pronunciation: thō′ră-kop′ă-gŭs Definitions: 1. Conjoined twins united in or near the thoracic region. Synonyms: synthorax See: conjoined twins, under twin
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