n Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum - Congenital cervical atresia : review article

Volume 14, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1027-9148



Extracted from text ... REVIEW 12 Congenital cervical atresia Correspondence: Dr NT Matebese email: tamtammatebese@yahoo.com M?llerian anomalies are rare and, when encountered by the gynaecologist, it often proves difficult both to establish an accurate diagnosis and to institute appropriate treatment. The earliest available classification in the literature is that of Jarcho which was published in 1946.1 He classified M?llerian abnormalities into seven groups (Table I) and this classification was later modified by Fenton and Singh in 1952 who added two more groups, septate vagina and congenital stricture of the vagina.1, 2 Buttram and Gibbons classified M?llerian anomalies into six classes. This classification ..

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