Conjoined Twins in a Triplet Pregnancy
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Introduction
Conjoined twins occur when division of a single zygote takes place twelve to thirteen days after fertilization. Fetuses share not only a single amniotic cavity but also parts of their bodies. The incidence is estimated at 1 in 80,000 deliveries. Conjoined twins within a triplet pregnancy are very rare and a recent review suggested the incidence is less than one in a million deliveries. The purpose of this report is to describe the presentation and management of a dichorionic triplet pregnancy complicated by conjoined twins.

Case Report
A thirty-two-year-old gravida 1 para 0 was referred to High Risk Obstetrics with a diagnosis of dichorionic diamniotic twin gestation. She had been treated with clomiphene citrate to conceive following a history of unexplained infertility. An early ultrasound at six weeks gestation was reported as a dichorionic diamniotic twin gestation. This was based on a crown rump length (CRL) of 10.1?mm for fetus A and 16.8?mm for fetus B. Two separate and distinct fetal heartbeats were also reported....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3335527/
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