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The Cameroonian Siamese twins arrived in Riyadh on March 24, 2007 in response to the kind directives issued by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdelaziz to host them and their parents while examinations are underway for separating them at the National Guard Health Affairs (NHGA Medical City-Riyadh).

Upon arrival at the airport, NHGA ambulance took them to King Abdelaziz Medical City. Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, NGHA Chief Executive Officer, and Head of the Multidisciplinary Team in charge of separating conjoined twins expressed his deep appreciation of this fatherly and benevolent gesture by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. The new gesture is in harmony with the humanitarian stands well known for the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. pointed out that upon initial examination, the condition of the Cameroonian twins seemed stable. The twins are joined at the area of the chest, the abdomen, and the pelvis. Each of them has a single lower limb but they share a third one. Dr. Al-Rabeeah added that the Cameroonian twins might have a single liver, digestive tract, and reproductive tract. The medical and surgical team is due to meet in the coming days to determine the joining degree and the possibilities of a separation operation. The Cameroonian twins joined in line with their sister Saudi and Omani twins who undergo the examinations required for the surgery..

It is noteworthy that the National Guard Health Affairs (NHGA Medical City-Riyadh) have successfully separated 12 sets of conjoined twins, which secured it an established reputation in this kind of delicate surgeries due to its great human and technological resources. The NHGA Medical City has become the destination of everybody inside or outside the Kingdom, interested in receiving state-of-the-art medical treatment