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“Through simulations and countless planning meetings, we were able to prepare for situations that could arise during the separation.
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A conjoined twin who was separated from her sister after a seven-hour operation has finally been allowed home after spending almost a-year-and-a-half in hospital.
Anna Grace Richards was attached to sister Hope Elizabeth at the chest and abdomen when they were born at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston in December 2016.
Complicating matters further, the sisters shared the same pericardial sac – the lining of the heart – and a large blood vessel connecting their hearts.
“The success of this incredibly complex surgery was the result of our dedicated team members’ hard work throughout the last year,” said Dr Larry Hollier, surgeon-in-chief and chief of plastic surgery at Texas Children’s.Most conjoined twins die shortly after birth - but the girls defied the odds and continued to thrive.The twins, from New Milford, Connecticut, have learned to share every part of their lives.When Lupita and Carmen were young, they spent years in physical therapy learning how to sit up and work together to use their legs.When they were four years old, they took their first steps together.It means each of the girls has a heart, a set of arms, a set of lungs and a stomach.However, they share some ribs, a liver, their circulatory system, and their digestive and reproductive systems.The girls were born in Veracruz, Mexico, and were only expected to live for three days.When they continued to thrive, their parents, Norma and Victor, considered separation but were told it was too risky because of how many organs they shared (Carmen, left, and Lupita, right, at age one) The family moved to the US on a medical visa when the girls were two years old in hopes that doctors could separate them, but they were told the same news they'd heard in Mexico (pictured as guests on The Tyra Banks Show in 2007) The girls have learned to live their lives in tandem but have very different personalities.While scoliosis surgery can be a relatively straight-forward procedure, that's not the case in conjoined twins.There is a high risk of death or brain damage for Lupita.