bicornuate uterus

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bicornuate uterus

[bī′kȯr·yə‚nāt ′yüd·ə·rəs]
(anatomy)
A uterus with two horn-shaped processes on the superior aspect.
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3D-MDCT-HSG diagnosis in 25 patients Uterine factor Number of patients Congenital uterine malformation 7 Unicornuate (Type II) 2 Septate (Type V) 2 Arcuate (type VI) 3 Uterine fibroids 4 Endometritis 3 Intrauterine Adhesion 2 Tubal factor (no of patients=25, tubes= 48) Patients Tubes Tubal Block (U/L (1)=8, B/L (2)=7) 15 22 Hydrosalpinx (U/L=4, B/L=5) 9 14 Salpingitis (U/L=1, B/L=6) 07 13 Peritoneal Factor Number of patients Peritubal adhesions 10 Enlarged ovaries 4 Endometriosis 1 PID (3) 1 Uterine factor Percentage Congenital uterine malformation 28% Unicornuate (Type II) 8% Septate (Type V) 8% Arcuate (type VI) 12% Uterine fibroids 16% Endometritis 12% Intrauterine Adhesion 8% Tubal factor (no of patients=25, tubes= 48) Patients Tubes Tubal Block (U/L (1)=8, B/L (2)=7) 60% 48.
In inpatients with uterine malformation, the three most common diagnoses were septate uterus (382 cases, 53.
The causes of brachial plexus palsy are obstetrical brachial plexus palsy, familial congenital brachial plexus palsy, maternal uterine malformation, congenital varicella syndrome, osteomyelitis involving the proximal head of the humerus or cervical vertebral bodies, exostosis of the first rib, tumors and hemangioma in the region of the brachial plexus, and intrauterine maladaptation.
Majority of women with uterine malformations were asymptomatic.
2] Uterus bicornis unicollis (bicornuate uterus), which is a common type seen represents a uterine malformation where the uterus is present as a paired organ resulting from the failure of the embryogenic fusion of the cranial part of the mullerian ducts.
We observed an incidence of uterine malformation for both primary (14%) and secondary infertility (6%).
Hysteroscopy can be used to treat fibroids (myomas), polyps in the uterus, abnormal bleeding, uterine malformations and other gynaecologic conditions.
In addition, 3D sonography can be used to visualize uterine malformations as well as the location of the gestational sac.
Exclusion criteria was any women with history of myomectomy or surgery for uterine malformations, repeated cesarean deliveries (2 or more), chorioamnionitis, endomyometritis, placentaprevia, placenta accreta and any bleeding disorders.
In reference texts of pet rabbit medicine the following congenital conditions are cited: cryptorchidism, incisor malocclusion, spinal deformities, incomplete tracheal rings, splay leg, uterine malformations, renal agenesis, congenital cardiac disease, polycystic kidney disease, hereditary ataxia, glaucoma, cataracts, lymphoma, and cutaneous asthenia [13-15].