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Didelphic Uterus

Barfield LB - MedPix

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Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Didelphic Uterus

History: The patient is a 49 year old female who presents with abnormal uterine bleeding.

Findings: Transvaginal ultrasound images demonstrate two separate uteri in the transverse plane.

Ddx: Didelphis uterus. There are milder congenital variations of the uterus such as subseptal and septal uterus where the uterine cavity separation is only superior. During the examination, a complete duplication is excluded by excluding the presence of 2 vaginas. Finally, if one can visualize the cervix, variations of this can differentiated-- uterus bicornis unicollis (1 cervix) from uterus bicornis bicollis (2 cervices). This is generally evident on pelvic exam.

No MeSH data available.


Transverse ultrasound images of the pelvis demonstrate two separate uteri.
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Didelphic Uterus

Barfield LB - MedPix

Transverse ultrasound images of the pelvis demonstrate two separate uteri.
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MPX1362_synpic18495: Transverse ultrasound images of the pelvis demonstrate two separate uteri.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Didelphic Uterus

History: The patient is a 49 year old female who presents with abnormal uterine bleeding.

Findings: Transvaginal ultrasound images demonstrate two separate uteri in the transverse plane.

Ddx: Didelphis uterus. There are milder congenital variations of the uterus such as subseptal and septal uterus where the uterine cavity separation is only superior. During the examination, a complete duplication is excluded by excluding the presence of 2 vaginas. Finally, if one can visualize the cervix, variations of this can differentiated-- uterus bicornis unicollis (1 cervix) from uterus bicornis bicollis (2 cervices). This is generally evident on pelvic exam.

No MeSH data available.