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GU, MRI, Pediatrics

Bicornuate Uterus with Hematometrocolpos and Hydrosalpinx

History: 13 year old female with pelvic pain

Axial LAVA Flex MRI demonstrates a fluid filled bilobed structure within the pelvis (white arrows) and additional fluid filled structure in the right inguinal region (yellow arrow). The white arrows indicate a bicornuate uterus and the yellow arrow indicates the right fallopian tube, filled with fluid.

Axial LAVA Flex MRI demonstrates a fluid filled bilobed structure within the pelvis (white arrows) and additional fluid filled structure in the right inguinal region (yellow arrow). The white arrows indicate a bicornuate uterus and the yellow arrow indicates the right fallopian tube, filled with fluid.

Axial T2-weighted MRI demonstrates a fluid filled bilobed structure within the pelvis (white arrows) and additional fluid filled structure in the right inguinal region (yellow arrow). The white arrows indicate a bicornuate uterus and the yellow arrow indicates the right fallopian tube, filled with fluid.

Axial T2-weighted MRI demonstrates a fluid filled bilobed structure within the pelvis (white arrows) and additional fluid filled structure in the right inguinal region (yellow arrow). The white arrows indicate a bicornuate uterus and the yellow arrow indicates the right fallopian tube, filled with fluid.

The spectrum of Mullerian duct anomalies (from: http://www.jultrasoundmed.org/content/27/3/413/F1.expansion )

The spectrum of Mullerian duct anomalies (from: http://www.jultrasoundmed.org/content/27/3/413/F1.expansion )

This is a case of a bicornuate uterus with hydrosalpinx of the right fallopian tube. Read about Imaging of Mullerian Duct Anomalies.

Uterine didelphys ultrasound.

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I am a radiology physician from California, USA.

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