PARTIAL SEPTATE UTERUS WITH RETAINED PRODUCTS OF CONCEPTION ON ULTRASOUND: A CASE REPORT
*Dr. Monika Negi and Dr. Akhilesh Negi
Septate uterus is the most common congenital uterine anomaly constituting approx. 55% of the total uterine anomalies.[1,2] Septate uterus is a Type V congenital uterine anomaly and develops due to partial or complete resorption of Mullerian duct during embryogenesis. It is significantly associated with poor reproductive outcomes. This anomaly has high incidence of spontaneous miscarriages ranging from 26% to 94%.
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