Separating conjoined twins Yiḡit and Derman

17 Jun 2020, 9:53 a.m.

Brothers Yiḡit and Derman were just 17 months old when they were brought to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Born craniopagus, meaning conjoined at the head, their incredibly rare condition required the unique facilities and expertise of GOSH - one of the only sites in the world able to separate and care for craniopagus twins. Hear from just some of the multi-disciplinary team who were involved in their care:

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