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Uterine Septum 2 View 1

This is another example of a uterine septum, identified as the abnormal wedge of tissue within the uterine cavity (hysteroscopy photographs) associated with a normal outer uterine contour (laparoscopy photographs).

In the upper left hand photo, the opening to the patient’s right fallopian tube can be seen. It appears that you are looking into a cylindrical structure (“like a can”) since there is an excessive amount of tissue to the right of (medial to) the tubal opening.

In the upper right hand photo, the opening of the patient’s left fallopian tube can also be seen. Again, there is a cylindrical appearance to this portion of the uterine cavity due to an excessive wedge of tissue to the left of (medial to) the tubal opening.

The overall appearance of the uterine tissue in these photographs is “less red” than in the prior example of a uterine septum. There is a considerable variability in the color of the endometrium that one sees during hysteroscopy, that may depend on such variables as the time of the menstrual cycle and the distending medium used during the hysteroscopy.

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