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A uterine malformation is a type of female genital malformation resulting from an abnormal development of the Müllerian duct(s) during embryogenesis. Symptoms range from amenorrhea, infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, and pain, to normal functioning depending on the nature of the defect. Study was conducted for about the 12 month. In this duration the subjects between the age group of 18-48 years females were studied. The patients with pregnancy and having previous history of Hysterectomy was not considered for the study. Sampling technique adapted for the study as Complete Enumeration Method, Ultrasonography images are collected from radiology department, these images evaluated and subjected to statistical data analysis and results were analysed. From the data in the 10 females congenital abnormalities were observed. In 5 females Arcuate uteri was seen. Bicornuate was seen in 3 Female and Agenesis is observed in 2 Females. When examining the various types of a uterine anomaly, the most common finding was bicornuate uterus; the second most common was septate uterus. In current study most common uterine abnormality is arcuate uterus.
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Author(s): Mandal AK
Uterine Abnormalities, Müllerian agenesis, Sonographic, Assessment