dicephalus

(di-sef´ә-lәs) a malformed fetus with two heads; called also bicephalus and derodidymus.
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Dicephalus

Congenital malformation resulting in the development of two heads.
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dicephalus

conjoined twins with two heads
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dicephalus

derodidymus; dicephalus A malformed fetus with two necks and heads, but a single body and normal limbs.
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dicephalus

Symmetrical conjoined twins with two separate heads. ... See: conjoined twins. ... Synonym: bicephalus, diplocephalus. ... Origin: G. Di-, two, + kephale, head ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dicephalus

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī-sef′ă-lŭs Definitions: 1. Symmetric conjoined twins with two separate heads. Synonyms: bicephalus, diplocephalus See: conjoined twins, under twin
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