uterine anomaly

uterine anomaly

A popular term for a birth defect resulting in an abnormal uterine shape.
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Gunter, referring to Ivana, went on to exclaim that if she had a patient whose IUDs failed twice, she would start looking for reasons which would include a fibroid or a uterine anomaly.
Risk factors for pre term labour include low socio economic status, multiple gestations, cervical insufficiency, prior pre-term labour, uterine anomaly and maternal infections.
Such deliveries indicate that women with this uterine anomaly may have the potential to carry pregnancies to full term.
The uterine anomaly (didelphys, bicornuate, and rarely, septate uterus) is due to the absence of the "inducting" function of the injured mesonephric duct on the Mullerian duct, being thus a consequence.
The role of cervical cerclage in pregnancy outcome in women with uterine anomaly.
Right unicornuate uterus with a non-communicating rudimentary horn was the most common type of uterine anomaly.
Without the application of 3D coronal ultrasonography, accurate identification of the fundal contour, and ultimately the type and classification of the uterine anomaly, is not possible.
Other findings like PID tuberculosis and uterine anomaly seen in small percentages.
Arcuate uterus is often considered a normal variant and not a congenital uterine anomaly.
In our case, MRI imaging did reveal a uterine anomaly, however, the interpretation of the images were inconclusive regarding the specific anomaly.
The Brazilian study included women with a history of any previous spontaneous preterm delivery and those with a prophylactic cerclage or a uterine anomaly.