Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Photos: You Have Never Seen Conjoined Twins Like This Before

A pair of conjoined baby boys are expected to make a full recovery after being successfully separated in a nine-hour operation in Saudi Arabia over the weekend. A team of surgeons, led by the country's former Health Minister Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, completed the difficult procedure in Riyadh.

Before the operation surgeons had said the boys had 60 to 70 percent chance of survival, but according to new reports both babies, named Abdullah and Abdulrahman, are doing very well.

See photos of them during the surgery and after when you continue below.




                                                                 The team of surgeons

23 comments:

  1. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Where are there penis bcos i cant see it...
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  2. Oh my world!!! Great God

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  3. Oh my world!!! Great God!

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  4. God is great!
    Thank you Jesus for the successful operation!

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  5. JEHOVAH be praised!!

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  6. Nigerian doctors should learn from their foreign counterpart.They should not give excuse that there is no facilities to work with because we have witness them show less concern over common injuries which they neglected that got infected with bacteria.

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  7. Wow! To God be the glory,i pray they grow up happy & healthy,i wonder if our min of health is even competent enough to perform such an intensive operation successfully,i doubt it..May God bless us Nigerians with these types of ministers not the awon ole omo ole that we have

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  8. Jeez.ooh my God.. may the Almighty God preserve them.

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  9. Wow. I pray they make a full recovery.

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  10. wishing them a quick recovery

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  11. He is indeed the Almighty.

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  12. Emotional! God we thank u! Hmmm

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  13. Fed agents raid "anchor-baby" operations in California: www.yournaija.com

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  14. God will take care o them. Wishing them quick recovery

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  15. God bless them and give them more knowledge

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