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Aslı Yarcı Gursoy, Nermin Akdemir, Ugur Hamurcu, Murat Gozukucuk
Am J Case Rep 2013; 14:238-240
Background: Unilateral renal and adnexal agenesis is quite rare. Absence of any uterine abnormality accompanying current urogenital abnormalities is even rarer.
Case Report: We report on the case of a 46-year-old multiparous woman, incidentally diagnosed to have unilateral renal, ovarian, and tubal agenesis just before hysterectomy due to menometrorrhagia and myoma uteri.
Conclusions: Any diagnosis of a urogenital abnormality necessitates investigation of comorbid renal or genital abnormalities.