Our study aims to communicate the author’s experience concerning the pregnancy evolution at 316 women with various uterus malformations. At the beginning of this study, none of them was pregnant. The proportions of the various types of malformations encountered at the 316 cases were: septate uterus – 83%, arcuate uterus – 3%, bicornuate uterus – 3%, pseudounicorn – 3%, pseudodidelphys – 2%, “H” shaped – 1%, Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser – 4%, uterine hypoplasia – 1%. The diagnosis was established clinically and para-clinically (non-pregnant women). The paraclinical methods that were used were: ecography at all the patients, hysterosalpyngography at 80% of the cases, hysteroscopy at 60% of the cases, RMN at 10% of the cases, celioscopy at 10% of the cases, the exam of the sexual chromatin and caryotype at 5% of the cases, hormonal dosage at 5% of the cases. The conventional as well as endoscopical surgery was performed with a successful rate of 67 – 82% pf the cases. The author concludes that uterine malformations precociously found benefit the best of surgical treatment, the difficult cases having the most reserved prognostic. The cause of reduced fertility in patients with endometriosis but patent fallopian tubes is not clear. In the mild stages of the disease a full course of hormonal suppression therapy should be the first therapeutic modality. In the advanced stages, a microsurgical approach, together with hormonal suppressive drugs, should be offered to the patients
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