MRI study shows a small-sized uterus, it measures 1.5x3.2x5.3 cm at its largest thickness (anteroposterior), width (transverse), and length (craniocaudal), respectively. Its volume is 13.3 ml (normal for a 15 year-old is 21.2 ml). The endometrial line is barely visualized along the uterine body and endocervical canal.
The uterine length measures 5.3 cm (normal at the pubertal age is 5-8 cm), the uterine body length measures 3.2 cm, the cervical length measures 2.1 cm, and the uterine body to cervix ratio measures 1.5 (normal at the pubertal age is 1.5-2:1).
Both ovaries appear normal with no dominant follicles.