A case of Thoracopagus conjoined twins complicated with rupture of the uterus is presented. The patient was admitted after a prolonged second stage of labour. Diagnosis was made at laparotomy. Problems in diagnosis are discussed and the benefits of antenatal care and confinement under skilled supervision are emphasised.
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