Surgeons in India will attempt to save the life of a baby girl who was born with her heart and part of her liver growing outside her body, Reuters reported.
The 4-day-old girl is being cared for at the Bengal Medical College, which is located on the outskirts of Siliguri, India.
"This is a very rare case, we are not sure if we can perform surgery to put her heart and liver back, but we'll try our best," said Miridula Chatterjee, a child specialist.
Last year, then 2-year-old Lakshmi Tatma, underwent surgery in Bangalore, India, to remove six extra limbs and a parasitic twin.
The surgery took 27 hours and Lakshmi has been able to live a relatively normal life ever since. Lakshmi's surgeon spoke to FOX News' Bill O'Reilly in June.