A rare case of facial duplication:
While she may only be 2Â½ weeks old, she is far more famous than any resident of this part of the country has ever been. She is famous because she was born with a condition known as facial duplication. She has one body and two faces.
Doctors do not know the extent of any damage as the family is refusing imaging scans:
But perhaps she is too protected. Because the parents won’t agree to allow the hospital to perform a CT scan, there is no way to know exactly what she is suffering from, no way to know if her life is in danger . . .
. . . there is no way to tell whether she has two spinal columns, whether there are multiple internal organs, or whether she will survive until the CT scan is completed.