didelphic


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didelphic

[dī′del·fik]
(anatomy)
Having a double uterus or genital tract.
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Among the Mullerian duct anomalies, bicornuate and didelphic uteri are common forms, with the prevalence of 25 and 11%.
Differentiating bicornuate bicollis uterus from didelphic uterus can be challenging, as the anatomy of these anomalies is similar.
Intrauterine pregnancy corresponding to gestational age of 10 weeks was seen in the left horn of the didelphic uterus.
Look for Part 2 of this installment next month, when we will present images detailing the unicornuate, bicornuate, didelphic, and DES-exposed uterus.
It is a lateral fusion defect of mullerian ducts with symmetrical unobstructed didelphic uterus having complete vaginal septum.
DIDELPHIC A Having a double womb B Prophetic C Twinned with another town who am I?
jairajpurii on the basis of the characters that are diagnostic in the genus Varotylus and are helpful in the identification of species such as orifice of dorsal oesophageal gland about half stylet length behind stylet base, subventral glands lying in a subdorsal to lateral position, didelphic gonad with well developed ovaries and female tail dorsally convex-conoid to rounded.
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.