Dr. Ann Peters, an intensively trained surgeon, diagnoses and treats GYN patients in The Gynecology Center at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
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The Institute for Gynecologic Care at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, has particular expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of congenital uterine anomalies. Our gynecologists offer experience and compassionate care when dealing with complex conditions including uterine septum.
A congenital uterine anomaly is an abnormal growth of the uterus, the most common being a uterine septum. A uterine septum, also known as a double uterus, is a malformation in which the uterine cavity is partitioned by a wall of tissue known as a septum. The septum may separate part of the uterine cavity, or in some cases, the entire uterine cavity and even the cervix and vagina. A uterine septum is uncommon in women, but may be the result of in vitro fertilization or one or more miscarriages.
Some patients with a uterine septum may not experience any noticeable symptoms and may be unaware of their condition. Some noticeable symptoms of a uterine septum may include the following:
A uterine septum may be diagnosed during a routine pelvic exam. If your doctor suspects a congenital uterine anomaly such as a uterine septum, other diagnostic tests and tools might include:
Your doctor will help you determine what treatment options are best for your congenital uterine anomaly. In cases of uterine septums where no signs or symptoms are present, treatment may not be needed. In cases of uterine septums where symptoms are present or there are concerns for successful pregnancy, your doctor may recommend laparoscopic surgery to remove the septum.
The Institute for Gynecologic Care at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland is the flagship Center of Excellence in the Weinberg Center for Women’s Health & Medicine at Mercy. The Institute includes The Gynecology Center and The Gynecologic Oncology Center at Mercy offering physician and surgical expertise in the treatment of endometriosis, urogynecology, adolescent gynecology and well woman care, as well as benign or non-cancerous conditions of the female genital tract and malignant or cancerous conditions such as uterine, ovarian and cervical cancer.
Mercy Medical Center has been recognized for multiple years in the Best Hospitals edition of U.S. News & World Report.
Dr. Beman Khulpateea is a Fellowship-trained gynecologic oncologist, providing advanced surgical options for women facing the challenge of a GYN cancer diagnosis.
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