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CONJOINED TWINS ARRIVE AT PRIMARY CHILDREN’S

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Conjoined twins from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, arrived Monday night at Primary Children's Medical Center, and doctors hope to separate them eventually.

The twin girls, 4 months old, are joined at the head, said Howard Noel, hospital spokesman. Exactly when the operation will be carried out is unknown; it could be in six months or a year.Physicians are examining the twins to determine how much tissue and blood vessels are shared by the babies. They hope to have much more information about them by Friday.