On August 19, the second successful operation was performed by Hungarian doctors who worked on the separation of Siamese twin pairs from Bangladesh. András Csókay, István Hudák and Gergely Pataki work on the separation of the veins in the brains of their twin braces, if they succeed, a breakthrough in medicine.
The Action for the Disabled Foundation said the second operation was also successful: the medical team closed another blood vessel to enable the final separation of the skull from the two-year-old twins Rabia and Rukia.
The first operation was performed in February. The main brain transport network was then separated – the operation was performed by an endovascular method, ie the main artery of the thighs, with the intracellular approach.
The preparations for the remaining interventions were carried out with powerful computer analyzes and 3D modeling, so they came to the conclusion that there is a possibility to close a lock. This operation was performed in Bangladesh on Sunday. (MTI)