Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Ultrasound- subseptate uterus with pregnancy

This 16 week pregnancy shows two fundic uterine cavities.

 The placenta is fundal and anterior and occupies the right half of the uterine cavity. The left half of the cavity is empty but for some amniotic fluid.

As we travel downwards, the two "horns" of the uterine cavity (from the fundus) merge into one wide uterine cavity in the body of the uterus:

Upwards, the clear separation of the uterine cavities by a thick septum is obvious.

Few vessels are seen in the septum separating the two uterine cavities.
for more on sonography of uterine anomalies.
Final diagnosis: subseptate uterus with pregnancy

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