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Diagn Gynecol Obstet. 1982 Winter;4(4):347-9.

A successful gestational outcome in the presence of genitourinary abnormalities and severe medical complications of pregnancy.


Müllerian duct dysgenesis may result in various genitourinary abnormalities and a high incidence of associated gestational losses. The bicornuate uterus (with either one or two cervices) and a single vagina are the most common genital variations, whereas an ectopic pelvic kidney and unilateral renal agenesis are the most common associated renal malformations. Inspite of the high incidence of fetal wastage resulting from pregnancies associated with congenital uterine abnormalities, aggressive perinatal and neonatal therapy may improve the gestational outcome.

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