AIIMS doc to separate conjoined twins in Ghana hospital
The Morning Standard|November 17, 2021
USING the experience of separation of conjoined twins hailing from Odisha, a neurosurgeon from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is going to perform a twin Craniopagus surgery — a first case detected in Ghana.
SOMRITA GHOSH

USING the experience of separation of conjoined twins hailing from Odisha, a neurosurgeon from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is going to perform a twin Craniopagus surgery — a first case detected in Ghana. Six months ago, Dr Deepak Gupta of the reputed medical institute was approached by the Ghana government to look into the first such case in the country.

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