Bicornuate uterus (gross pathology)
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The specimen has been cut in a coronal plane and shows features of bicornuate uterus; the proximal (lower) segment of the uterus is relatively normally formed while the distal (upper) aspect is split into two 'horns', each with it's own endometrial cavity (best seen on the right side of the photograph). Adnexal structures are attached .
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Coronal section through a bicornuate uterus.
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