How to be on lookout for uterine anomalies

UTERINE ANOMALIES Primi with breech presentation has undergone caesarean section. After delivering the baby, it was found that uterus is UNICORNUATE WITH NON COMMUNICATING, NON CAVITARY RUDIMENTARY HORN. UTERINE ABNORMALITIES AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE CLASSIFICATION. CLASS I : HYPOPLASIA / AGENESIS . CLASS I ( A ) : VAGINAL. CLASS I ( B ) : CERVICAL. CLASS I ( C ) : FUNDAL. CLASS I ( D ) : TUBAL. CLASS I ( E ) : COMBINED. CLASS II : UNICORNUATE. CLASS II ( A ) : COMMUNICATING. CLASS II ( B ) : NON-COMMUNICATING. CLASS II ( C ) : NON CAVITARY. CLASS II ( D ) : NO HORN. CLASS III : UTERUS DIDELPHYS. CLASS IV : BICORNUATE. CLASS IV ( A ) : COMPLETE. CLASS IV ( B ) : PARTIAL. CLASS V : SEPTATE. CLASS V ( A ) : COMPLETE. SEPTUM CLASS V ( B ) : PARTIAL SEPTUM CLASS VI : ARCUATE. CLASS VII : DES INDUCED.

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Useful information , Thank you for sharing it Mam...

nicely explained mam

Very good description about congenital anamoly of reproductive system of female.

How it is diagnosed per operatively that anomaly is non communicating , not cavitatory horn..?

By palpating, I realized that there is no connection to the uterus , therefore non communicating. Another point which made me think of non cavitary horn is patient had no dysmenorrhea . Usually cavitary horn with endometrial lining and monthly menstrual cycles cause bleeding in this non communicating horn leading to severe pain during periods
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