Elongation of The Uterine Cervix : a Case Report

Korakot Sirimai, Vitaya Titapant


     Pelvic organ prolapse, a disorder of pelvic support, usually occurs in elderly multiparous women. Some manifestations such as cervical elongation are quite uncommon. We report here on a 24 a year a old woman, who presented with a history of two prior consecutive abortions and a problem with a vaginal mass. Pelvic examination and hysterosalpingography revealed an elongated cervix. A Manchester operation was performed. After treatment, there were no acute complications, but observations for long term sequelae and the potential effects on fertility must be continued.


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