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Severe Hemoperitoneum Following Rupture of Uterine Diverticulum due to Pregnancy: a Case Report
Minoo Yaghmaei , Mojgan Mokhtari
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Uterovaginal malformations, occur in 0.16% of women and contribute to the problems of infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, amenorrhea and a poor outcome in pregnancy. True diverticulum is an exceedingly rare anomaly and is like a tubular formation connected to uterine cavity that ends in a cul-de sac and It is not classified as any of mullerian duct anomalies. In this article a case of uterine diverticulum rupture due to pregnancy in a 19 years old woman with nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain is reported. Although rare, in complicated pregnancy we should think to genital tract anomalies.


 Uterine diverticulum, Ectopic pregnancy, Hemoperitoneum

Keywords: Uterine diverticulum, Ectopic pregnancy, Hemoperitoneum
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Type of Study: Case Report | Subject: Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Yaghmaei M, Mokhtari M. Severe Hemoperitoneum Following Rupture of Uterine Diverticulum due to Pregnancy: a Case Report. ZJRMS. 2009; 11 (2)
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