Transverse vaginal septum is a rare type of mullerian anomaly. We report a rare case of perforated transverse vaginal septum in 31-year-old female with history of dyspareunia diagnosed on ultrasound. Transvaginal sonography was performed which showed a thick iso to hypoechoic flap like structure seen posteroinferior to the cervix suggestive of vaginal septum. The findings of vaginal septum on transvaginal sonography were later confirmed on magnetic resonance imaging. It was successfully surgically resected followed by hysteroscopy and vaginoplasty. To our knowledge, this is the first case report of ultrasound findings of perforated transverse vaginal septum.
Published on: September 23, 2022
Citation: Mahajan A, Fazal ST, Mehta S, Sehgal R, Mahajan P. 2022. Perforated Transverse High Vaginal Septum Diagnosed on Transvaginal Sonography and MRI in patient with Dyspareunia – A Rare Case Report. J Med Imaging Case Rep 6(2): 40-42.