(G) Diethylstilbestrol exposure
(C) Didelphic uterus
(A) Bicornuate uterus
A 19-year old female presents to the Diagnostic Imaging Department with complaints of pelvic pain. She is G 1 P 0. The patient is estimated to be 14 weeks pregnant by LMP and physical exam. The serum pregnancy test was positive 4 weeks ago. The bladder was not adequately filled and a transvaginal sonogram was performed.
Refer to the attached case and film. Which of the following is the most probable cause for the uterine shape seen on the sonogram?
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