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Figure 2: (a): MRI reveals conjoined twins with single thoracic cavity, separate kidneys, both spines being normal and no other congenital anomalies. (Case 2) (b): MRI reveals fusion of the lower part of thorax and abdominal wall two separate heads. (Case 2) (c): Photograph of the conjoined twins, two days after birth. (Case 2) (d): X–ray showing conjoined twins fused in the front with fusion of the lower thorax and abdominal wall having a single cardiac shadow outline, 2 separate esophagus and a single liver shadow. (Case 2)

Figure 2: (a): MRI reveals conjoined twins with single thoracic cavity, separate kidneys, both spines being normal and no other congenital anomalies. (Case 2) (b): MRI reveals fusion of the lower part of thorax and abdominal wall two separate heads. (Case 2) (c): Photograph of the conjoined twins, two days after birth. (Case 2) (d): X–ray showing conjoined twins fused in the front with fusion of the lower thorax and abdominal wall having a single cardiac shadow outline, 2 separate esophagus and a single liver shadow. (Case 2)