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A case of monocephalus, tetrabrachious and tetrapod in female newborn ‎goat

seyedeh saeedeh Heidarinejad; Yazdan Mazaheri; Sina Javidan; Ahmad Izadi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2020, , Pages 431-434

  All conjoined twins are originally born as a result of fertilizing one zygote (egg) and also called monozygotic twins experiencing an incomplete division of an embryo into two portions of the embryo usually causing the formation of the primary streak stage. The main reason for the creation of this defect ...  Read More

Large Animal Internal Medicine
A case of asymmetrical monocephalus dipygus (tetrapus dibrachius) in a male Holstein calf in Iran

Behrokh Marzban Abbasabadi; Aliakbar Ahmadzadeh; Shahab Ramezanpour; Amir Reza Hajati Ziabari

Volume 7, Issue 2 , June 2016, , Pages 177-179

  Dipygus is a teratological fetus with a double pelvis, genitals, and extremities. Congenital duplications in cattle are rare. Caudal duplication is more common in sheep and pigs while cranial duplications seem to be predominant in cattle.Asymmetric or parasitic conjoined twins consisting of an incomplete ...  Read More

A case of conjoined twins (thoraco-omphalopygopagus tribrachius tetrapus) in lamb

Yazdan Mazaheri; Jamal Nourinezhad; Reza Ranjbar; Mahmood Khaksary Mahabady; Ali Reza Ghadiri; Hamid Lombeshkon

Volume 5, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 73-76

  Sheep conjoined twins have been reported less than cow. An apparently female conjoined twin lambs was examined based on external and internal features. In radiology, two vertebral columns and two pairs of the ribs were seen. Only two heads and two necks were separated (thoraco-omphalopygopagus). There ...  Read More