2019, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B
A case of Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser syndrome
Dr. Shikha Baid and Dr. Anil G Joshi
Purpose & study object: We herewith present a case of unusual mullerian duct anomaly presenting with primary amenorrhea and some Past history suggestive of hymenotomy (details not available). Introduction: Mullerian duct anomaly is approximately 6.7% in general population. Incidence is higher in infertility 7.3% and recurrent miscarriages 16%. We present here a case of MRKH syndrome, which is a Abnormality of development of the female genital tract: partial or complete absence (agenesis) of the uterus, absent or hypoplastic vagina, normal fallopian tubes, ovaries, normal external genitalia. Material & Method: Basic investigation of USG was performed which revealed unicornuate uterus, elongated tapered structures suggestive of Rt. Hydrosalpinx and normal ovaries. To evaluate further communication between uterus and vagina, CT scan & MRI were performed. Graded C.T. cystogram also showed a false tract like structure going towards perineum. Since these findings were inadequate for further management and treatment – diagnostic laparoscopy and cystoscopy was performed. Conclusion: There was unicornuate uterus with rt. tube showing hydrosalpinx with blood collection, absent cervix and absent proximal vagina. These findings were confirmed with help of diagnostic laproscopy and cystoscopy.
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Dr. Shikha Baid, Dr. Anil G Joshi. A case of Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser syndrome. Int J Radiol Diagn Imaging 2019;2(2):81-84. DOI: 10.33545/26644436.2019.v2.i2b.43