didelphic


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di·del·phic

(dī-del'fik),
Having or relating to a double uterus.
[G. di-, two, + delphys, womb]

di·del·phic

(dī-del'fik)
Having or relating to a double uterus.
[G. di-, two, + delphys, womb]

didelphic

(dī-dĕl′fĭk) [″ + delphys, uterus]
Having or pert. to a double uterus.

didelphic

having a paired uterus, or two uteri as in marsupials.
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Clinical implications of the didelphic uterus: long-term follow-up of 49 cases.
Simultaneous pregnancies in each hemi uterus of didelphic uterus can occur rarely.
Clinical implications of didelphic uterus--lonf term follow up of 49 cases.
Among the anomalies of uterus, Septate uterus, Didelphic uterus, Bicornuate uterus or presence of a rudimentary horn do not affect pregnancy but may cause different complications (Wang et al, 2008)2 et al some of which may even be life threatening, eg, ruptures of one horn during pregnancy.
Here is a rare case of primigravida with didelphic uterus who presented at term gestation.
Congenital uterine abnormalities consist of fusion anomalies or agenesis of the developing uterus that may include septate, bicornuate, didelphic, or unicornuate uteri.