Successfully separated Siamese twins back home

Successfully separated Siamese twins back home

Twin girls born conjoined at the head, successfully underwent surgery and is now living back home in North Carolina. Rehabilitation babies left 4 months old. The separating operation was performed in Philadelphia.

Erin and Abby Delaney born 24 July 2016 as a result of premature birth. The girls were born 10 weeks prematurely. That they have twins in the family, wife Heather and Riley Delaney from Mooresville found out at 11 weeks pregnant, but did not expect such a development.

At the hospital, the twins spent 485 days and now for the first time saw home.

The separating operation was carried out by the specialists of children’s hospital in Philadelphia on 6 June. It lasted 11 hours, was involved in 30 upscale physicians. Such an operation in the hospital had the first time. The separation of Siamese twins joined at the head, is considered the most complex kind of division, but the doctors did.

Fortunately, the kids are all right, but there awaits them a few operations that will take place as they grow older girls. Today, parents babies happy, and look to the future with optimism only.

Formerly conjoined twins head home to North Carolina after separation surgery

— WHIO Radio (@WHIORadio) November 21, 2017