Conjoined twins: X-ray shows the complicated procedure facing doctors who separated Allison and Amelia Tucker

Shocking x-ray shows the complicated procedure facing doctors who successfully separated conjoined twin girls as they made their debut just days before ChristmasAllison and Amelia Tucker born joined at the lower chest and abdomenGirls are expected to live 'full, healthy and independent lives'Mother Shellie: 'These girls are going to do big things in life!' | UPDATED: 07:56 GMT, 21 December 2012 The incredible X-ray of conjoined twin girls Allison June and Amelia Lee Tucker shows how complicated a surgery the team of doctors had in front of them when they went into the seven-hour surgery.

Baby with less than 5% chance of survival has life-saving surgery after parents find pioneering procedure online

Baby with less than 5% chance of survival has life-saving surgery after parents find pioneering procedure online Couple told unborn baby had 50 per cent survival chance but this was then revised to five per cent Parents' online research uncovered a risky treatment performed in the womb that involved inserting a balloon into their son's trachea Operation had 33 per cent risk of miscarriage | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 8 August 2012 A baby given less than five per cent chance of surviving birth is now fighting fit, after his parents found out about a life-saving procedure on the internet.

man has chest rebuilt with concrete after massive melon-sized tumour removed

Man has chest rebuilt with concrete panel after surgeons remove massive melon-sized tumour and six ribs Surgeons had to reconstruct patient's diaphragm as well as his chest wall using acrylic cement By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 12:48 GMT, 17 May 2012 | UPDATED: 12:49 GMT, 17 May 2012 Marek Barden A church worker who had a melon sized tumour removed from his ribs has had his chest rebuilt using concrete.