Unicornuate Uterus with NonCommunicating Non-Cavitated Rudimentary Uterine Horn: An Unusual Case with Adenomyosis Managed with Total Hysterectomy
Ahmed Samy El-Agwany* and Tamer Abdeldayem
Journal Title:Medical & Clinical Research
A 45-year-old woman admitted to our hospital complaining of perimenopausal uterine bleeding not responding to medical treatment. Ultrasound evaluation revealed unicornuate uterus with adenomyosis and it was so difficult to see the distant small left rudimentary horn on ultrasound. The patient underwent laparotomy with total hysterectomy for both horns and was sent to pathologist that indicated adenomyosis and non-communicating non-cavitated left rudimentary horn.