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Overall, conjoined twins are more likely to be female.With craniopagus twins, they are always genetically identical and share the same sex.Few craniopagus twins survive the birth because of how they are attached.About 40 percent are stillborn and an additional 33 percent die after birth, normally due to organ failure or abnormalities.But 25 percent have been known to survive and even have the option to be separated depending on where they are attached at the skull.

Dr Heuer and his team inserted a balloon into the twins' skulls to help expand the skin before the separation surgery.This procedure stretched the skin around that area in preparation of separating the heads.Craniopagus conjoined twins are babies who are connected at the top of the cranium.This condition occurs in about ten to 20 babies in every million of births in the United States.The one-year-olds were born as craniopagus twins, which is the most rare form of conjoined twins where they are attached at the top of the skull.Surgeons at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia separated the twins when they were 11 months old, making it one of the earliest separations of craniopagus twins ever.

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