Craniofacial Duplication

By John Newlin on
Also known as Diprosopus, craniofacial duplication is the medical term used to describe a malformation of the human face, though, in some even rarer cases, there is duplication of the cerebral frontal lobes. Someone suffering from craniofacial duplication isn’t actually a “conjoined twin” because, in most cases, the abnormality is not the result of the fusion of two embryos. In this case, it’s merely a widening of facial features and the wider the features, the more the faces are duplicated...Read Full Story
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