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a uterus that is more or less completely divided into two lateral horns as a result of imperfect union of the paramesonephric ducts; it differs from septate uterus, in which there is no external mark of separation; in bicornate uterus, the cervix may be single (uterus bicornis unicollis) or double (uterus bicornis bicollis).
Etymology: L, uterus + bis + cornu, horn
a uterus that is divided into two parts, usually separate at the upper end and joined at the lower end.
A uterus in which the fundus is divided into two parts.
See also: uterus