Uterine septum and subseptus
In the embryological period, the structures called Müllerian canals (right and left) form both halves of the uterus, and then after being resorbed by the middle part they form the uterine cavity.
In some cases, these structures do not disappear and remain as a septum in the middle of the uterus, causing the following complications:
- Abortion in the early period of pregnancy
- Recurrent pregnancy losses
- Fetal developmental delay
- Positional anomalies in the fetus
- Premature birth