Craniofacial duplication/Diprosopus
 Infants with diprosopus are born with two faces. Even though it may look like a case of twins not separating properly during the embryonic stage, it’s actually a congenital defect which is usually accompanied by anencephaly and neural tube defects.

Craniofacial duplication/Diprosopus

Infants with diprosopus are born with two faces. Even though it may look like a case of twins not separating properly during the embryonic stage, it’s actually a congenital defect which is usually accompanied by anencephaly and neural tube defects.