diplopagus

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diplopagus di·plop·a·gus (dĭ-plŏp'ə-gəs)
n. pl. di·plop·a·gi (-gī', -jī')
A pair of equally developed conjoined twins, each with fairly complete bodies, although one or more internal organs may be shared.

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