Conjoined Twins
Arabic
Home
Kingdom of Humanity
Twins
Twin Types
History of Twins
Ethics & Religion
Experience In KSA
Cases
Sudanese Twin 4
Saudi Twin 9
Pakistani Twins
Syrian Twins
Yemeni Twin 2
Yemeni Twin
Sudanese Twin 3
Saudi Twin 8
Iraqi Twin 4
Saudi Twin 7
Saudi Twin 6
Algerian Twin
Iraqi Twin 3
Jordanian Twin
Morocian Twin 3
Egyptian Twin 3
Iraqi Twin 2
Morocian Twin 2
Saudi Twin 4
Cameroonian Twin
Omani Twin
Iraqi Twin
Morocia Twin
Egyptian Twin
Polish Twin
Filipino Twin
Egyptian Twin
Malaysian Twin
Sudanies Twin
Saudi Twin
Saudi Twin
Sudanies Twin
Photo Gallery
Pakistani Twin
Syrian Twin
Yemeni 2 Twin
Yemeni Twin
Sudanese Twin 3
Saudi Twin 8
Iraqi Twin 4
Saudi Twin 7
Saudi Twin 6
Algerian Twin
Iraqi Twin 3
Jordanian Twin
Morocian Twin 3
Egyptian Twin 3
Iraqi Twin 2
Morocian Twin 2
Omani Twin
Saudi Twin 4
Cameroonian Twin
Iraqi Twin
Morocia Twin
Egyptian Twin
Polish Twin
Filipino Twin
Egyptian Twin
Malaysian Twin
Sudanies Twin
Saudi Twin
Sudanies Twin
Media News
FAQ
Contact Us
Find pages containing:
Moroccan Conjoined Twins Surgery 12 July 2008

::. Conjoined Twins .:. التوائم الملتصقة .:: Slideshow image

4 Days after The Successful Separation of The Moroccan Conjoined Twins Alsafa and Almarwa
Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Head of the Multidisciplinary Team reported on the status of the Moroccan twins Alsafa and Almarwa four days after their successful separation. He stated that the twin Almarwa has stabilized and has started to move her extremities, has opened her eyes and her vital signs have become more stable, but continues to require critical and careful observation in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

The other twin Alsafa has shown a dramatic improvement and all of her vital organs have started to function normally. She is breathing normally without any artificial support. It is also for the first time in her life that her mother managed to carry her independent from her sister which brought a lot of happiness to both parents.

We hope that the twins continue to do well.
 
Posted on 16 Jul 2008