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A rare case of transverse vaginal septum

Vaishali Jain.

Abstract
Transverse vaginal septum is a rare condition that results from incomplete fusion between the vaginal components of the mullerian ducts and the urogenital sinus. A patient presented with the complaint of aparunia. A pediatric Foley was inserted through a micro-fenestration in the septum. Distended bulb of pediatric Foley catheters used to safeguard inadvertent trauma to nearby structures and proper localization of septal thickness.

Key words: Transverse vaginal septum, vapareunia, rare case


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