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2014 Month : November Volume : 3 Issue : 59 Page : 13323-13329

MULLERIAN DUCT ANOMALY: A CASE REPORT

Sunny Goyal1, Ankur Aggarwal2, Hemant Kumar Mishra3, Tushar Prabha4, Vipin Kumar Bakshi5

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:
Dr. Sunny Goyal,
Room No. 103, PG Hostel,
MGMCH, Sitapura,
Jaipur-302022.
Email: dr.sunnygoel@gmail.com

ABSTRACT: Tthe frequency of mullerian duct anomalies vary widely owing to different patient populations, non-standardized classification systems, and differences in diagnostic data acquisition, these anomalies are clinically important, particularly in women who present with infertility. Many of the anomalies are initially diagnosed at hysterosalpingography and ultrasonography; however, further imaging is often required for definitive diagnosis and elaboration of secondary findings. At this time, magnetic resonance imaging is the study of choice because of its high accuracy and detailed elaboration of uterovaginal anatomy. Here, we report a case of 30 years old female who presented to emergency department with bad obstetric history.

KEYWORDS: Mullerian Duct Anomalies (MDAs), USG-Ultrasonography, MRI-Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

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