Congenital Uterine Malformation

What is Congenital Uterine malformation?

Congenital uterine malformations (CUAs) are malformations of the uterus that develop during fetal life.

What are the symptoms?

Many patients are asymptomatic and diagnosed incidentally on imaging studies, Symptomatic patients may present with cyclic or noncyclic pain, abnormal vaginal bleeding, and/or infection.

How do I diagnose?

Ultrasound examination as the initial imaging modality.In complicated cases, magnetic resonance imaging may be needed to better clarify complex anomalies; it is also helpful for younger patients who cannot tolerate a vaginal probe.


What are the consequences?

Depending on the type of abnormality. There may be no consequences or lead to difficulty in getting or remaining pregnant

Is there any treatment?