A woman of 36 gave a history of upper abdominal pain associated with yellow intermittent vaginal discharge and bleeding. She had had 4 children, all breach deliveries, and no miscarriages. The specimen was removed at laparotomy.
The specimen is a bicornuate uterus sliced coronally and mounted to display cut and external surfaces. Both uterine bodies are equal in size and share a common cervical canal. A few small cysts are present in the cervix.