tribrachia

Condition seen in conjoined twins when the fusion has merged the adjacent arms to form a single one, so that there are only three arms for the two bodies. ... See: conjoined twins. ... Origin: tri-+ G. Brachion, arm ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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tribrachia

tribrachia Condition seen in conjoined twins when the fusion has merged the adjacent arms to form a single one, so that there are only three arms for the two bodies.
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tribrachia

Type: Term Pronunciation: trī-brā′kē-ă Definitions: 1. Condition seen in conjoined twins in which there are only three upper limbs for the two bodies. See: conjoined twins, under twin
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