PMID: 14578774Oct 28, 2003

Magnetic resonance imaging of mullerian duct anomalies of the uterus

Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging : TMRI
R N Troiano


Congenital uterine anomalies (mullerian duct anomalies) comprise a spectrum of developmental malformations associated with varying degrees of adverse reproductive outcomes. Although traditionally diagnosed by hysterosalpingography or ultrasound, further elaboration of the findings frequently was performed with laparoscopy/laparotomy and hysteroscopy. The need for diagnostic surgical intervention has largely been eclipsed with the advent of magnetic resonance imaging, which has become the imaging modality of choice for characterization of congenital mullerian anomalies.


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