Authors: Amina Kuraishy, Nasreen Noor , Ilma Kuraishy


Conjoined twins accounts for 1% of monochorionic twins. Dicephalus Parapagus is a rare type of conjoined twins where two heads develop over a shared pelvis. Such cases are usually diagnosed on antenatal ultrasound. Here, we are reporting a difficult delivery of Dicephalic Parapagus which presented in emergency as obstructed labour. This case reinforces the importance of antenatal anomaly scan and institutional delivery.


Conjoined twins, Dicephalus Parapagus, monochorionic twins and obstructed labour.

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Dicephalic Parapagus Twins: A Rare Case Report