Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 10th, 2008
"Likewise, imperforate hymen, transverse septa, distal vaginal agenesis, and Mullerian aplasia may appear similarly on examination. Imaging should be used to better differentiate the anomaly. Although surgical correction is the mainstay of hymenal anomalies, septa, obstructed hemivaginas, and distal vaginal agenesis, first-line therapy for Mullerian aplasia is progressive dilation. Many surgical techniques are also described but no consensus exists as...
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