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Sparsh Hospital mein Luxmi ka opearation Theek Thak Ho Gaya Hats Off to the Docotrs of Sparsh Hospital Well Done ?

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Asked by Raaj Ghai, 07 Nov '07 02:25 pm
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. Lakshmi is an Ischiopagus conjoined twin. Ischio stands for pelvic bone and pagus means fused. Therefore, Lakshmi is actually two bodies united at the pelvis. Only one of the twins has a head and the other is a parasite. Two pairs of arms and legs have formed at either end of the two adjoining torsos, creating a child with 8 limbs. The incidence of conjoined twins is 1 in 50,000 Lakshmi's kind of twin forms only 3% of all types of conjoined babies.Lakshmi at Sparsh.
She was admitted to Sparsh Hospital at the beginning of October 2007 - the first time that she and her family have traveled so far away from home. On arrival, immediate tests revealed that she was extremely mal-nourished, and had hemoglobin of 5.4 gram percent as opposed to 12 gram percent in normal children. She was suffering from an infected pressure sore on the dorsum of the parasitic twin measuring almost 6 inches in diameter - causing her to run a constant fever. She also had a parasitic helminthic infestation of h ...more
Answered by sheela joby, 07 Nov '07 02:47 pm

 
  
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Answered by prashant mishra, 07 Nov '07 02:29 pm

 
  
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Yes... indeed well done
Answered by Gaurav Kalia, 07 Nov '07 02:26 pm

 
  
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