Abstract: Facial duplication, in whole or in part, is a very rare malformation. It may be symmetrical or asymmetric. Those cases that have been reported in the literature constitute a spectrum extending from simple nasal duplication to complete separation of 2 faces. Up to now there are some reports of eye, nose, mandible, or maxilla duplication separately. But there is no report of oral orifice or lips duplication. The present article reports a case of a newborn girl who presented with 2 mouths and also duplication of zygoma and maxilla. Then, we describe her stages of treatment from birth through now that she has 20 years.
*15 Khordad Hospital
‡Mofid Hospital, SBMU, Tehran, Iran.
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Received 10 September, 2016
Accepted 10 October, 2016
The authors report no conflicts of interest.