Isolated partial vaginal agenesis

What is Isolated partial vaginal agenesis?

A rare, non-syndromic urogenital tract malformation characterized by the absence of a vagina or the presence of a vaginal dimple shorter than 5 cm. It is often associated with uterine agenesis, hematocolpos or primary amenorrhea and dyspareunia. Ovaries and fallopian tubes are normal.

Other condition names

  • Congenital absence of vagina
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