The first comment from His Excellency Dr. “Abdullah Al-Rabeeah” regarding the separation of the Iraqi Siamese twins, and reveals the expected success rate of the operation

Al-Marsad Newspaper: Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, head of the Iraqi Siamese twins separation operation team, “Ali and Omar”, revealed the expected success rate of the separation operation.

Al-Rabeeah said that the surgery is expected to take place in six stages and take 11 hours.

He pointed out that the success rate of the operation is 70% due to the adhesion of the twins to the lower chest and abdomen, and that they share the liver, bile ducts and intestines.

Al-Rabeeah pointed out that the twins underwent the implantation of skin extension devices by the plastic surgery team to help cover the surgical site after the separation.

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