2. SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF MONOCEPHALIC THORACOPAGUS TETRABRACHIUS TETRAPUS DICAUDATUS MONSTER IN A MURRAH BUFFALO by RAVI DUTT, GYAN SINGH1, RISHIPAL YADAV, PARDEEP DANGI AND GITESH SAINI
Keywords:Caesarean section, Dicaudatus, Murrah buffalo, Tetrabrachius, Tetrapus, Thoracopagus.
A conjoint monster with single head (Monocephalic), double thoraxes joined at thoracic region (Thoracopagus), well developed four fore limbs (Tetrabrachius), four hind limbs (Tetrapus) and two separated pelvices with double individual tails (Dicaudatus) was delivered by caesarean section in a Murrah buffalo.
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