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一对连体双胞胎在澳大利亚的一个慈善机构的资助下飞往澳大利亚他们将通过集捐筹得手术费用同时院方也在尽快准备他们

一对连体双胞胎在澳大利亚的一个慈善机构的资助下飞往澳大利亚他们将通过集捐筹得手术费用同时院方也在尽快准备他们的手术Doctors at Melbournes Royal Childrens hospital are preparing to operate to separate 14-month-old conjoined twins who arrived in Australia from Bhutan on Tuesday.Nima and Dawa Pelden are joined at the stomach and have grown up facing each other. They are unable to sit down, though they can stand if they both agree to stand at the same time.So far doctors have only been provided with basic scans which indicate the twins could share a liver and possibly a bowel, but that their hearts and lungs appear to be separate.They and their mother, 38-year-old Bhumchu Zangmo, were scheduled to meet with specialists at the hospital on Tuesday afternoon to be assessed for the life-changing surgery."We need to very quickly gather a lot more information," Dr Joe Crameri, head of paediatric surgery at the Royal Childrens hospital, told reporters on Tuesday. "Once we have that information we will be able to formulate a more correct plan for how we can separate these twins but at the moment we remain confident that we should be able to achieve that in a single operation and we should be able to achieve a good outcome for both twins."The surgery itself will involve two teams, one for each twin, with an array of additional specialists to help with their care and recovery."We know the key areas we are going to have to focus on are going to be the bowel and the liver, they seem to be the major areas," he said.Crameri said that as the twins got older their situation would become more difficult to navigate."Their life is getting very complicated now that they are old enough to mobilise when essentially they are facing one another and that makes it very difficult for the twins," he said.——《卫报》(The Guardian)2018.10.2




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