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Dogaru siamese sisters can't be separated

Marţi, 14 august 2007, 0:00

The little siamese Romanian sisters, Tatiana and Anastasia Dogaru will not suffer another surgical intervention, American medics informed on Tuesday. The medics of the Cleveland hospital in Ohio decided to stop any surgical intervention to separate the two sisters since the risks of the operation is too high, officials of the Rainbow Babies and Children in Cleveland declared.

The medics discovered that the brains of the little girls are too united than previously thought and one of the sisters has a low tension. One of them suffered too much during the last intervention in June and cannot face another intervention.

Thus, the parents decided at their turn not to threaten the life of the girls.

The twins, aged three, were born with their head united in an angle of almost 90 degrees. They have separate brains even though the cranium and the majority of the blood vassals are common. Moreover, one of the girls lack the renal function and it depends on the other sister’s kidneys.

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