Síndrome de Mayer-Rokitansky- Küster-Hauser asociado con malformación anorectal

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Jesús Ángel Fernández Fernández
Grisel María Marín Rincón

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La agenesia vaginal es una entidad poco frecuente que puede presentarse en forma aislada o acompañada de otras anomalías congénitas. El desconocimiento de esta asociación puede retardar su diagnóstico, causar complicaciones indeseadas y comprometer el resultado del tratamiento. Se describen tres casos clínicos con agenesia vaginal y malformación anorrectal, cuyos diagnósticos no fueron realizados en el momento del nacimiento. Aunque la coexistencia de anomalías vaginales y anorectales sean poco frecuentes, los médicos responsables de su tratamiento deben ser conscientes de su existencia y practicar examen perineal cuidadoso.

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