(FOX News) - A set of conjoined twins scheduled for delivery on Monday in Augusta, Georgia, can be seen in a sonogram facing one another as though embracing. The sonogram, which was taken at 15 weeks, shows the twin boys who are joined at the heart.
The boys’ mother, Brittany Crofton, 26, said the image was a rare sight.
"I didn't see, 'oh... conjoined [twins].' I didn't think about that. I saw two little babies," Crafton told Fox 5 Atlanta when she saw her first sonogram.
There is a good prognosis for survival, doctors at Georgia Regents Medical Center said. The boys share a heart and liver, have clubfoot and a dislocated hip.