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Dipygus

Dipygus
Conjoined twins with the head and thorax completely merged, and the pelvis and lower extremities duplicated; when the duplications of the lower parts are symmetrical, usually called duplicitas posterior.
See: conjoined twins.
Origin: g. Di-, two, – pyge, buttocks


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