Congenital form of absolute uterine infertility bilateral complete or partial agenesis or hypoplasia of the Mduct, Mller’s hich is manifested agenesis of the uterus, cervix and upper third of the vagina (the classic example - Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser Syndrome). Pregnancy can be possible ONLY through surrogacy.
Anomalies of the merger: the merger as a result of lateral paired Muller’s formed the upper third of the vagina, cervix, uterus, body and bottom of the uterus. Anomalies of the merger is the formation of a double (didelphys uterus) and bicornuate (duplex - double) uterus.
Congenital malformations - double uterus (Didelphys uterus) is a complete or partial duplication of the vagina, cervix, uterus.
Anomalies resorption of the lateral portion of the merger: septate uterus
Uterus with complete and incomplete intrauterine septum (ESGE T-shaped uterus.)
Both anomalies have similar diagnostic and prognostic features and prognosis for future pregnancy.
Most of the publications associated with recurrent pregnancy loss and secondary infertility.
A possible explanation for this is the implantation in the septum.
When implanted in the uterus elsewhere possibility of a normal pregnancy and childbirth is a very real.
Arcuate uterus, arcuate uterus (ARKA - ARC) is the degree of resorption of the lateral portion of the merger is greater and therefore the partition smaller. In other words: arcuate uterus or womb is the arcuate uterus cavity is defined by a small but wide baffle.
T-shaped uterus: Estradiol synthetic exposure on the body of a pregnant (other synthetic estrogen, estrogen in food?) in time of the completion of the merger process and resorption anomalies caused by the use of synthetic estradiol in utero female fetus.