|The absent resorption of the median dividing wall of the two paramesonephric ducts (Müller) leads to a septated uterus:
- Uterus septus (from the body to the uterine cervix)
- Uterus subseptus (only in the body region)
- Uterus subseptus (only in the cervical region)
When no vaginal plate develops, this leads to a vaginal aplasia that, though, only very rarely occurs in isolation. Due to their partly common origin uterine abnormalities are mostly associated with those of the vagina.
||Fig. 79 - Uterus septus