Cesarean section scar diverticulums are a defect in the lower uterine cavity at the site of the cesarean section scar.
- mostly asymptomatic
- postmenstrual spotting
- in a study was found to be the only finding in patients with bleeding disturbances
Can be imaged on hysterosalpingography and ultrasonography.
There may be a defect or a focal outpouching at the site of prior cesarean section. Location can be in the lower uterine segment or upper endocervical canal.
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