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Sacrococcygeal tumours (SCT's) are the common tumours of the neonatal age group; occasionally the appearance may mimic a sacral parasitic conjoined twin (SPCT). It is important to differentiate between the two as the former carries malignant potential and needs rigorous follow-up. This report highlights the differentiating features between the two entities.
A neonate was presented to us with a sacral …
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