Author(s): E Gomathy, Yamini Agarwal, PN Sreeramulu, SR Sheela
Adult inversion of uterus is very uncommon, more so when it is not associated with puerperium or third stage of labor. Inversion of the uterus is an unusual entity [1-6] and may be classified as puerperal/obstetric and non-puerperal/gynecologic inversion . The rarest among this rare entity is a non-puerperal uterine inversion. Non-puerperal uterine inversion is often chronic, although DAS has reported 8.6% of the inversion as sudden . This is a rare case with no published figures available regarding its incidence and only 101 cases reported from 1940 to till date. In this case report, a rare case of chronic uterine inversion associated with ovarian tumor in a 35 years old woman and its successful outcome after surgery is presented.