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(H)Thalidomide exposure

(G) Diethylstilbestrol exposure

(F) Hematometrocolpos

(E) Hydrometrocolpos

(D) Leiomyomata

(C) Didelphic uterus

(B) Unicornis

(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?

Question 18 of 40

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