Surgeons performed the first separation of conjoined twins at Duke during a ten-hour operation that took place on June 18. Eight-month-old twins, Josiah and Aryan Covington, were attached at the hip and shared a liver. The two boys recovered rapidly and are expected to lead healthy lives.
Below, A week later, the twins are healthy enough to leave the hospital. Dr. Henry Rice, left, holds Josiah while mother Vanessa Covington cradles Arya
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Photos by Shawn Rocco/Duke Medicine News