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Health & FitConjoined Bangladeshi twins separated by Hungarian doctors

19:25  02 august  2019
19:25  02 august  2019 Source:   ap.org

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Hungarian doctors say they have successfully completed the second set of operations to separate two conjoined Bangladeshi twins . The process to separate Rabia and Rukia, led by Hungarian doctors through the Action for Defenceless People Foundation, began last year in the girls' native

Bangladeshi twins who were joined at the head were recovering Friday after Hungarian surgeons performed a marathon 30-hour operation to The twins , named Rabeya and Rukaya, had their skulls and brains successfully separated in a marathon 30-hour operation carried out by Hungarian

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head have been successfully separated by a medical team led by 35 Hungarian doctors.

Conjoined Bangladeshi twins separated by Hungarian doctors © Provided by The Associated Press In this Jan. 7, 2019 photograph provided by Action for Defenceless People Foundation, Hungarian doctors Gergely Pataki, left, and Andras Csokay pose together with Rabeya and Rukaya, two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head in Budapest, Hungary. Two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head have been successfully separated by a medical team led by 35 Hungarian doctors and were in a stable condition after the 30-hour procedure ended Friday, Aug. 2, 2019 at a military hospital in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital.(Miklos Bemer/Action for Defenceless People Foundation via AP)

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Conjoined Bangladeshi twins separated by Hungarian doctors © Provided by The Associated Press CAPTION CORRECTS BYLINE CREDIT In this Aug. 1, 2019 photo provided by Action for Defenceless People Foundation, Hungarian doctors Rabeya and Rukaya, two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head, lie in beds under supervision by Hungarian anesthesiologists, in a military hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head have been successfully separated by a medical team led by 35 Hungarian doctors and were in a stable condition after the 30-hour procedure ended Friday, Aug. 2, 2019 at a military hospital in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital. (Action for Defenceless People Foundation via AP) The 3-year-old sisters, Rabeya and Rukaya, were in a stable condition after the 30-hour procedure ended Friday at a military hospital in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital.

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Bangladeshi twins who were joined at the head were recovering Friday after Hungarian surgeons performed a marathon 30-hour operation to separate Prior to the surgery doctors had said there was only a 50 percent chance of both of the twins surviving. According to ADPF, only a handful of

Doctors admitted their nerves as they began operating on two-year-old sisters Krishna and Trishna, who share parts of their skull, brain tissue and blood flow, in Melbourne earlier today. Neurosurgeons began the complicated 16-hour operation at 8.30am (9.30pm BST) by removing a bone in the back of

The medical team of a Hungarian charity, Action for Defenceless People Foundation, was led by Dr. Andras Csokay.

The separation process dubbed "Operation Freedom" was a cooperative effort between doctors from both countries.

Three operations were needed to separate the girls.

The process began last year in Dhaka with the separation of the shared cerebral vein parts. Earlier this year, in Budapest, the twins were implanted with a special, Hungarian-designed system to expand their skin and soft tissue.

Conjoined Bangladeshi twins separated by Hungarian doctors © Provided by The Associated Press CAPTION CORRECTS BYLINE CREDIT In this Aug. 1, 2019 photo provided by Action for Defenceless People Foundation, Hungarian doctor Andras Csokay performs separation surgery under a microscope on Rabeya and Rukaya, two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head in a military hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head have been successfully separated by a medical team led by 35 Hungarian doctors and were in a stable condition after the 30-hour procedure ended Friday, Aug. 2, 2019 at a military hospital in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital. (Andras Taborosi /Action for Defenceless People Foundation via AP) Conjoined Bangladeshi twins separated by Hungarian doctors © Provided by The Associated Press In this Aug. 1, 2019 photograph provided by Action for Defenceless People Foundation, Hungarian doctors Gergely Pataki, left, and Andras Csokay perform separation surgery on Rabeya and Rukaya, two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head in a military hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Two Bangladeshi girls who were born conjoined at the head have been successfully separated by a medical team led by 35 Hungarian doctors and were in a stable condition after the 30-hour procedure ended Friday, Aug. 2, 2019 at a military hospital in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital. (Andras Taborosi/Action for Defenceless People Foundation via AP)
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