A case report and review of pregnancies in rudimentary noncommunicating uterine horns.

A liveborn and subsequently thriving child was delivered abdominally from a pregnancy in a rudimentary noncommunicating uterine horn. This is the 13th English language report of neonatal survival from such an unusual and life-threatening situation. The case presents some 'clues' in the history and a review of the literature suggests that the previously… CONTINUE READING