Srilatha Kanchanapally, who gave birth on 21st March in India, had to be referred to another hospital for surgery. Because of an anomaly seen in 100,000, the baby was born with 3 legs. According to Dailymail, the operation was carried out in a hospital in Hyderabad on Friday, and the doctors removed the extra leg.Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/articl...
Srilatha Kanchanapally, 25, delivered her daughter on March 21 at Jangaon district hospital, Telangana.
But there was a very rare birth anomaly in the born baby. The baby came to the world with 3 legs.
Dr. K Srinivas, who helped with the complex delivery said, 'The extra limb was protruding from the child's pelvis area can be surgically removed.'
'Other than the extra limb, the baby was born with healthy vitals and she is in good health.'
Dr. Ramesh Reddy, head of the Department of Pediatric Surgery at Niloufer Hospital added, 'It's a rare occurrence, seen one in 100,000 births.'
'It is a case of parasitic twin wherein technically a conjoint twin with regress having only rudimentary structures like a limb gets attached to the body of a well-formed twin.'