Mayer rokitansky küster hauser syndrome - type b
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Non-visualization of the uterus, cervix, upper 2/3rd of the vagina. Only part of lower 3rd of the vagina is visualized.
Right ovary is normal in location. Small biloculated cyst is seen adjacent to it, possibly representing a para-ovarian cyst or exophytic ovarian cyst.
Left ovary is seen in left iliac fossa.
Left kidney is seen in the pelvis.
Overall findings are suggestive of Mullerian agenesis, Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome with an ectopic pelvic left kidney. This makes it a type b subtype due to the presence of a renal anomaly.
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