Do We Need To Treat Any Of Uterine Abnormality In Fertility Seeking Patient?
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Uterine abnormality are resulting from failure in organogenesis, fusion, or in reabsorption. Frequently, patients with mullerian anomalies are not presenting in childhood or adolescence, but in the adulthood. Several radiology tools are available to assist in the diagnosis of congenital anomalies of the woman reproductive tract. Because of the complexity of the presentation, the diagnosis of uterine anomalies requires the use of more than one of imaging method in 62% of cases. Therapy for uterine anomalies varies according to the specific type of malformation found in each pasien. Surgical correction of uterine anomalies in asymptomatic women with primary infertility remains controversial. Currently, surgery for uterine anomalies indicated for women with pelvic pain, endometriosis, obstructive anomalies, and poor obstetric outcomes such as RPL and premature delivery.