Conjoined twins Dawa and Nima anaesthetised for their MRI scan at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. Photo: AFP

‘It was all very calm’: Australian surgeons successfully separate Bhutanese conjoined twins Nima and Dawa

  • At times during the six-hour-long surgery, 25 medical staff were needed in the operating theatre
  • Both girls have had their breathing tubes removed since the surgery which he described as an important and promising step. Neither are in intensive care
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Conjoined twins Dawa and Nima anaesthetised for their MRI scan at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. Photo: AFP
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