How 3-D technology helped surgeons separate conjoined twins
On Oct. 13, a surgical team stood over two 13-month old boys who were joined at the head and shared up to 2 inches of brain tissue. Jadon and Anias McDonald were born as craniopagus twins, an incredibly rare condition affecting just one in millions, and October 13 was the day their family had been waiting for. It was the day this team of doctors and nurses at The Children's Hospital at Montefiore in New York would separate them.
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