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‘Mask boy’ appears to have two faces because of rare birth defect
When the nurses finally brought out Yi Lianxi's son after she gave birth to him, she thought he was wearing a mask. When she learned the boy has a rare birth defect that split his face and made it look like he was wearing a mask, she couldn't help but cry. The boy, Huikang, was born in March in China's Hunan province with a severe transverse facial cleft that formed two gaps on either side of his mouth and up the side of his face, reports the Daily Mail. The mother, who comes from a family of farmers, gave birth when she was At the time, she said she had undergone several pre-pregnancy ultrasounds with normal results. The last thing she was expecting was a birth defect, but when the doctors refused to bring out her son after she gave birth, she knew something was wrong.
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A boy in China was born with a rare birth defect that has left his mother, and those surrounding him, in tears. Eight years ago, Zhao Huikang, also known as "Kang Kang," was born with transverse facial cleft, a deformity that gives him the appearance of having two faces, or a mask over his face. Doctors at the No. Wang Duquan, who performed Huikang's surgery, the DailyMail reported. Huikang's mother, Yi Lianxi, who was 23 at the time of her's son birth, was devastated and confused. After repeatedly requesting to see her son, the doctors brought her the baby, and she recalled: "my whole body felt numb.
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