Cervical Aplasia 1672-1673
Dr. Annie Rajaratnam M.D (Obs & Gyn)
Block B, Flat No: 4,
Father Muller Staff Quarters,
Kankanady, Mangalore- 575002
The incidence of genital malformations in the general population is 3-5%. Ours was a case of cervical aplasia. Our objective was to confirm the diagnosis and to manage the same surgically. It is essential that these patients receive psychological support as it has implications on their reproductive life. This case was referred to our tertiary care teaching hospital. After investigations and examination under anaesthesia, the patient underwent hysterectomy. Obstructive anomalies of the genital tract are the commonest among the mullerian duct malformations.