Subseptate uterus

Last revised by Henry Knipe on 29 Sep 2021

A subseptate uterus is a mild form congenital uterine anomaly (often considered as a normal variant) where there is a presence of a partial septum within the uterus not extending to the cervix and with the central point of the septum at an acute (<90°) angle. The external uterine contour is uniformly convex or has an indentation < 10 mm 1.

Differential diagnosis

If the septum extends fully into the cervix then this is a septate uterus

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