Three-month-old twins joined at their abdomen and chest have been successfully separated by doctors in Barara, Ambala district, India.
Sisters Jannat and Mannat were born on August 27, since that time the girls were insepable and it’s all because of their rare condition known as omphalopagus. It means the children’s bodies fused at the lower abdomen. Luckily, the twins’ have their hearts and other vital organs separate that allowed doctors to operate them.
Conjoined sisters Jannat and Mannat were joined at the abdomen and shared a liver when they were born
Dr Ravi Kanojia, associate professor at the department of paediatric surgery and the surgeon who led the team, said: “This is a rare case scenario and a surgeon would be fortunate to see a couple of cases in his or her lifetime. This is the first time such a surgery has been successfully carried out at the PGIMER.”
Surgeons at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in India successfully operated on sisters Jannat and Mannat to separate their liver