Again, FMC Yola Separates Conjoined Twins

August 29, 2020
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The Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Yola, has again  successful seperated and discharged conjoined twins  by a team 48 medical personel in Adamawa state.

The Chief Medical Director of the Hospital, Dr. Awal Mohammed, said the two female twins were conjoined at the  abdomen and successful seperated during surgery which lasted for  three hours.

Born through the cesarian section in Nembe,  Bayalsa state,  the twins were airlifted by  the Nigerian Airforce plane and their parents to the hospital  to undergo medical procedure to separate them.

 Mohammad, further disclosed that,  this surgery was the third time the hospital conducted successful  and the fith series which the CMD  serve as  led surgeon.

According to him, the twins  were admitted at the  Intensive Care Unit of the hospital for eight months,  due to challenges poised by  COVID-19 pandemic.

The CMD urged governments to support the parents of the twins, whose low level of income can not carter  for the babies.

“The treatment was successful and free of charge, involving medical Doctors from FMC Yanagua.

“They had to stay in the ICU for eight months to enable us study  the Coronavirus challenges.”

He added that, conjoin twin is widely  believed to occured when the embryo splits later than it usually between 13 and 15 days after conception  separation stops before the process is complete, and the resulting twins are conjoined.

 While the  alternative theory suggests that two separate embryos may somehow fuse together in early development.

Parents of the separated twins, Mr Rauf Raphael and Mrs Ayebaekipreye Ebi, both thanked God for the successful surgery on their two kids.

They both lauded the  intervention support that lead to the successful separation of their children.

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