joined at the top of the skull and share some brain tissue -- were injected with different coloured dye to find out just how interconnected they are. Only one would be most likely to survive an operation, since she has the majority of the blood vessels.
This type of connection is classified as
thoracopagus and is the most common connection in conjoined twins. Each girl appeared to have her own spleen, kidneys, and gallbladder. They did, however, share a diaphragm, sternum, chest wall, and abdominal wall. They had a fused liver, and their hearts were connected by a muscular tube. Doctors were concerned about the heart because Loice and Christine did not have separate heart beats.
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