It is very important to warn the radiologist about the need for differential diagnosis before starting the study.
It is possible that an unskilled radiologist may mistake rudimentary structures for a normal uterus. The radiologist needs to pay attention to the small size of these structures - this will allow the diagnosis of uterine malformations.
About the diagnosis made in early adolescence, the patient must be told as delicately as possible. At an age when it is especially important for a girl not to feel different from her peers, a frank announcement of a diagnosis can deal a serious blow to the psyche. Each patient should be reassured that her external genitalia are normal and that she will be able to have sex after establishing a normally functioningabout the vagina.
City of Whitewater Press Release:
Whitewater Community Welcomes Pauquette Center
Although this is usually not said directly, the inability to subsequently bear children is a great disappointment for a teenager.
Fortunately, with the help of modern reproductive technologies (the birth of children by a surrogate mother after artificial insemination), young women get the opportunity to have their own genetic children.