Term Pregnancy in a Woman with Incomplete Transverse Vaginal Septum- An Interesting Case

sathiya priya subburaj, sathiya priya subburaj, Jyotsna sharma, HARITHA SAGILI
2020 Surgical Case Reports  
Transverse vaginal septum is a rare Mullerian duct anomaly presenting for the first time in pregnancy and labor. A 24-year-old primigravida presented at 39 weeks gestation. Speculum examination revealed a thick transverse vaginal septum with a pinpoint opening in the upper aspect. Elective cesarean section was done followed by digital perforation and dilatation of the septum. The postoperative period was uneventful. At six week follow up there was no restenosis or scarring of the vagina. To
more » ... d complications like obstructed labor and laceration of vagina prophylactic cesarean section is advocated when the thickness of the septum cannot be ascertained on clinical examination.
doi:10.31487/j.scr.2020.08.15 fatcat:h6f4exf6mreyxfryxmvodlkg7a