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Silva, P.D., Glasser, K.E. and Virata, R.L. (1995) Spontaneously acquired unilateral absence of the adnexa. A case report. Journal of Reproductive Medicine, 40, 63-64.

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  • TITLE: Unilateral ovarian hypoplasia—A report of two cases

    AUTHORS: Andrzej K. Breborowicz, Daniel E. Stein, Mathew A. Lederman, Martin D. Keltz

    KEYWORDS: Ovarian Hypoplasia; Infertility

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.2 No.1, March 31, 2012

    ABSTRACT: Unilateral ovarian hypoplasia is a rare event with unknown true incidence. Our knowledge about this developmental anomaly is limited and based primarily on case reports. Ovarian hypoplasia is usually asymptomatic; it is most commonly diagnosed from laparoscopy for other indications. Here we report two cases of unilateral ovarian hypoplasia in patients who presented to the Continuum Reproductive Center with primary infertility. After initial infertility workup, both patients underwent diagnostic laparoscopy for suspected tubal disease. In each case, operative findings were consistent with unilateral ovarian hypoplasia. Following the surgery, one patient underwent in vitro fertilization and achieved an ongoing pregnancy. The other conceived spontaneously, but was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy.