Another successful operation was carried out by Hungarian doctors working on the separation of Bengali twin pairs in their heads, András Csókay. István Hudák and Gergely Pataki.
A second breakthrough in the medical breakthrough in cerebral vascular separation took place in Bangladesh on August 19: a newer heretic was closed to facilitate the two-year-old twins, Rabia and Rukia the final separation of his skull.
The first operation was at the end of February. The main brain transport network was then separated. An abnormal operation was performed on an endovascular path, that is, from the main artery of the thorax in the vascular approach.
In preparation for the remaining interventions in Hungary, with powerful computer analysis and three-dimensional modeling, an accurate adaptation of the twin brain, it became clear that there is still room for a shutter. This operation was performed on 19 August by Istvan Hudák, one of the world's most renowned experts in the field of neuro-intervention, in Bangladesh.
The foundation drew attention to the fact that even in siamese twins it is very rare, only 2 to 6 percent of cases occur in their skulls. Solving this problem is extremely difficult, with a carefully designed set of operations.
The method used by the Hungarian Medical Association can open new ways to treat cerebral vascular diseases, tumors and siamese twins.
(MTI, pictured image: AFP PHOTO / Munir Uz Zaman)