Conjoined Twin Survival Statistics, Separation Surgeries Worldwide, and Living Without a Large Intestine

40% - 60% of conjoined twins are stillborn, and only 35% survive beyond the first day. As of 2018, 250 separation surgeries have occurred world wide. It’s possible to live with only a small intestine and this has been demonstrated by twins who share the large intestine with only one getting the organ because that two had the predominant amount of organ on their side...

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