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[usually as modifier] A pair of conjoined twins attached at the head.
- ‘The first successful operation I could find on craniopagus twins was 1952, where both twins survived.’
- ‘However, this is the first time surgeons have tried to separate adult craniopagus twins.’
- ‘Manar was born with a rare condition known as craniopagus parasiticus, which occurs when an embryo begins to split into identical twins but fails to complete the process.’
- ‘Rebeca was the eighth documented case in the world of craniopagus parasiticus, doctors said.’
- ‘Carson was the primary neurosurgeon that successfully separated seven-month-old German craniopagus twin boys.’
Late 19th century: from cranio- + Greek that which is fixed.
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