A 20 Weeks Intact Missed Miscarriage in a Rudimentary Horn With Iatrogenic Perforation of the Unicornuate Uterus

Basel Khreisat, Aiman Smadi, Fatima Al-Edwan, Ayyed Ashamaseen, Hazem Mohammad Alkhaldi, Yazid Jibrel


Pregnancy in a rudimentary horn is a rare condition which carries a high risk for both, the mother and her fetus. We present a case of missed miscarriage at 20 weeks of gestation in rudimentary horn with iatrogenic perforation of the unicornuate uterus in a 26-year-old lady gravid 2 para 1. Laparotomy was done, and excision of the rudimentary horn altogether with the dead fetus and repair of the perforated uterus was performed. It is the first time to be reported in Jordan.

J Med Cases. 2015;6(6):274-276
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14740/jmc2150w


Miscarriage; Ectopic pregnancy; Rudimentary horn; Unicornuate uterus; Pregnancy

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