Saudi king orders treatment for Egyptian twins conjoined at the head
The twins are conjoined in the back of the head and share some tissue and veins around the brain area
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman al-Saud has ordered the transfer of the Egyptian twins – Menna and May – conjoined at the head from their country to Riyadh to conduct the necessary treatment and evaluate the possibility of separating them.
The daughters of Islam Saqr Ramadan Hassan from Egypt are conjoined at the head and are set to be flown to King Abdul-Aziz Medical center in.
“This parental and humanitarian gesture from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques is an extension to his great and noble attitudes towards humanitarian work and serving the less fortunate of this dear homeland and the Arab, Islamic and friendly countries are derived from the teachings of our Islamic religion," said Dr. Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Rabiah, an advisor at the
Royal Court and General Supervisor of King Salman Relief and Humanitarian Center.
The twins are conjoined in the back of the head and share some tissue and veins around the brain area.
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