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Reproductive surgery for müllerian anomalies: a review of progress in the last decade

Reproductive surgery for müllerian anomalies: a review of progress in the last decade
Disorders of development, fusion, or resorption of paired müllerian ducts and urogenital sinus may cause various congenital malformations of the corpus uteri, cervix, vagina, and fallopian tubes. Classification systems have been developed to better characterize these anomalies, and each has advantages and disadvantages. Clinical correlation of classification of anomalies with pre- and postsurgical outcomes is needed to better direct treatment. Methods to evaluate these anomalies are primarily radiologic studies, with diagnostic surgery rarely used.
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