Craniopagus: Conjoined twins whose heads are fused together. From cranio-, relating to the cranium + the Greek pagos, referring to something fixed. See also: Syncephaly; Janiceps.
World English Dictionary craniopagus (ËŒkreÉªnÉªËˆÉ’pÉ™É¡É™s) â€” n the condition of Siamese twins joined at the head
Summary. Craniopagus twins (CPT) are an uncommon, highly fascinating accident of nature. The clinical pathology of this complex entity is reviewed and ...
Craniopagus Conjoined Twins: This glossary provides explanations of terms related to twins and multiple birth.
Division of Medical Genetics, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.
A double monster joined at the head; called also cephalopagus.