A CASE OF PRIMARY AMENORRHOEA WITH TRANSVERSE VAGINAL SEPTUM

Dr. Arya Bodhe, Dr. Sonam Jadhav, Dr. Bhoomika Jain

Abstract


The transverse vaginal septum is a congenital anomaly of female genital tract. It usually remains un-noticed until adolescence or young age. The patient usually presents with primary amenorrhoea with normal secondary sexual characteristics. This is usually diagnosed with combination of clinical examination, ultrasound and MRI. Treatment includes resection of vaginal septum with dilatation of vagina to prevent restenosis. We present a case of Primary Amenorrhoea with transverse Vaginal Septum

Keywords


Transverse vaginal septum, primary amenorrhoea, resection.

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