Conjoined Twins

Conjoined twins occur once in every 50,000 to 60,000 births. If conjoined twins have separate sets of organs, chances for surgery and survival are greater than if they share the same organs. Doctors at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia have separated more than 20 sets of conjoined twins and have managed the care of many others whose separation was not surgically possible.

Introducing Two Recently Separated Conjoined Twins

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CHOP’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment offers an unmatched level of care for babies with prenatally diagnosed birth defects. Our team is among the most experienced in the world, and includes pioneers in fetal medicine. Learn about our expertise and approach to care, and why that means better outcomes for your baby.