1. Normal prepubertal uterus
Normal prepubertal uterus.
This 8-year-old girl was evaluated for clitoromegaly. A longitudinal sonographic image shows an age-appropriate configuration of the uterus. The dimensions are 3.7 × 0.9 cm.
2. Normal prepubertal uterus
Normal prepubertal uterus.
A. A sagittal T2-weighted image of an 11-month-old girl shows the normal tubular morphology of the uterus (arrows). There is a thin endometrial stripe central to the lower signal myometrium. B. The uterus (arrow) appears as an oval structure between the bladder and rectum on this axial image.
3. Normal neonatal uterus
Normal neonatal uterus.
A. A longitudinal sonographic image of a 9-day-old infant shows prominence of the fundus (arrows) relative to the cervix. B. An echogenic endometrial stripe (large arrow) is visible on this transverse image. The uterine dimensions are 3.0 × 1.3 cm.
4. Vaginal and uterine agenesis (Müllerian agenesis)
Vaginal and uterine agenesis (Müllerian agenesis).
A T2-weighted sagittal MR image of a 15-year-old girl with amenorrhea shows no uterine tissue. There are small fluid collections in the hypoplastic vagina (arrow). B, bladder; R, rectum.
A vaginogram of an infant opacifies a right-sided uterine horn (arrow) and a normal vagina. Because this technique does not define the uterine soft tissue anatomy, the differential diagnosis includes unicornuate uterus and uterus didelphys with a vaginal septum.
6. Uterus didelphys and longitudinal vaginal septum
Uterus didelphys and longitudinal vaginal septum.
A vaginogram of an infant opacifies 2 hemivaginas (arrows) separated by a longitudinal septum. Contrast did not pass into the uterine cavities. There is also contrast in the colon from a preceding colon study.
A transverse sonographic image of a 1-day-old infant shows 2 distinct uterine horns (arrows). The endometrial layers form slightly hyperechoic rings surrounding the hypoechoic uterine cavities.
8. Incomplete bicornuate uterus
Incomplete bicornuate uterus.
An axial sonographic image of an asymptomatic 17-year-old girl shows a cleft (...
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