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Date: 08/06/2004 05:58:38

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Surgeons, nurses and technicians applauded in the operating room after Carl and Clarence Aguirre were surgically separated at 10:32 p.m. Wednesday, said Steve Osborne, a spokesman for the Children's Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center.The operation was completed around 3:15 a.m. Thursday, more than 17 hours after it began, Osborne said. Dr. David Staffenberg, the boys' plastic surgeon, said the boys were "strong and stable."Several hours after the operation, the boys remained sedated and unconscious in the pediatric intensive care unit, with "vital signs fine, no apparent problems," Osborne said.Staffenberg delivered the news of the separation to the twins' mother, Arlene Aguirre, in a private waiting area. He got on his knees, took Aguirre's hands and said "You're now the mother of two boys," said hospital spokeswoman Pamela Adkins.Aguirre burst into tears, she said.Doctors teased apart abutting portions of the boys' brains after completing an incision around their skull, and the twins' head-to-head operating tables were then slightly pulled apart, said Osborne.