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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of pelvis. Axial T1W (a) and T2W (b) Images showing unicornuate uterus (U) with rudimentary right horn (R). Both cavities are filled with blood (hyperintense on T1W and T2W images). There is left hematosalpinx with dilated, blood filled fallopian tube (arrow). Normal right ovary (RO) seen. Sagittal T2W images (c, d) Showing well formed cervix (arrow) with no communication between endometrial cavity and endocervical canal. Coronal T1W image (e) Showing hematometra in unicornuate uterus (U) and rudimentary horn (R) with left hematosalpinx (arrow)

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of pelvis. Axial T1W (a) and T2W (b) Images showing unicornuate uterus (U) with rudimentary right horn (R). Both cavities are filled with blood (hyperintense on T1W and T2W images). There is left hematosalpinx with dilated, blood filled fallopian tube (arrow). Normal right ovary (RO) seen. Sagittal T2W images (c, d) Showing well formed cervix (arrow) with no communication between endometrial cavity and endocervical canal. Coronal T1W image (e) Showing hematometra in unicornuate uterus (U) and rudimentary horn (R) with left hematosalpinx (arrow)