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Figure 1: Gross photograph of diprosopus, anterior (A) and lateral view (B), showing duplication of face with fusion in the center. Note the cleft lip and palate on right side. (C) Posterior view of fetus showing absence of brain and craniospinal rachischisis (white arrow). (D) (E) note the craniospinal rachschisis (red arrow). (F) CT image showing absence of occipital bone (white arrow head) along with craniospinal rachischisis (white arrow). (G) CT image highlighting craniospinal rachischisis (red arrow). (H) MRI images highlighting craniospinal rachischisis (black arrow). (I) MRI image showing two well-formed orbits along with fused central orbit (red arrow). (J) (K) (L) MRI images showing absence of brain and occipital bone (anencephaly along with other thoracic and pelvic viscera in situs solitus)

Figure 1: Gross photograph of diprosopus, anterior (A) and lateral view (B), showing duplication of face with fusion in the center. Note the cleft lip and palate on right side. (C) Posterior view of fetus showing absence of brain and craniospinal rachischisis (white arrow). (D) (E) note the craniospinal rachschisis (red arrow). (F) CT image showing absence of occipital bone (white arrow head) along with craniospinal rachischisis (white arrow). (G) CT image highlighting craniospinal rachischisis (red arrow). (H) MRI images highlighting craniospinal rachischisis (black arrow). (I) MRI image showing two well-formed orbits along with fused central orbit (red arrow). (J) (K) (L) MRI images showing absence of brain and occipital bone (anencephaly along with other thoracic and pelvic viscera in situs solitus)