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UTH Siamese twins in stable condition

Health UTH Siamese twins in stable condition

Siamese twins at UTH
Siamese twins admitted at UTH

The Siamese twins admitted to the University teaching Hospital are said to be in a stable condition.

They are currently admitted to one of the specialized units at UTH receiving care.

The sex of these Siamese twins is yet to be determined and a combined medical team of experts will give a conclusive statement later in the week.

Christine Moono Musaka from Singani area in Batoka in Southern Province yesterday gave birth to Siamese twins who are conjoined at the bottom.

Christine, 38, a peasant farmer had a natural birth and was expecting twins and was not totally aware of their condition.

The twins were brought to the University Teaching Hospital, conjoined at the bottom.

UTH has from the year 1970 to 2010 recorded 8 surgeries involving Siamese twins with 8 babies being male and the other 8 female.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Never give up! God will see these babies though for He makes a way where there seems to be no way. Praying for them

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