2014, Number 09
Ginecol Obstet Mex 2014; 82 (09)
González-Zárate AC, Velásquez-Mamani J
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ABSTRACTThe transverse vaginal septum is one of the rarest anomalies of the reproductive tract classified depending on location. It is manifested by primary amenorrhea, cyclic pain and progressive mass growth at abdominopelvic level, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging provides the diagnosis, location and thickness of a transverse vaginal septum, treatment is surgical. We present a case of a teenage patient with primary amenorrhea due to lower transverse vaginal septum with surgical resection and satisfactory follow-up with successful vaginal patency.