580: The association between müllerian anomalies and perinatal outcome Academic Article uri icon


  • Study Design In this retrospective population-based cohort study, short term neonatal morbidity and mortality were compared in pregnancies of mothers with and without uterine anomalies. The analysis included deliveries which occurred between the years 1991-2013 in a tertiary medical center. Multiple pregnancies, unknown gestational age, gestational age of less than 24 weeks, and congenital malformations, were excluded. Statistical analysis included multiple logistic regression models to control for possible confounders. Results During the study period, 256 299 deliveries met the inclusion criteria; 0.49%(n= 1,251) of which occurred in women diagnosed with müllerian anomalies. Multiple adverse pregnancy outcomes were found to be associated with müllerian anomalies as presented in the table. In the regression model, müllerian anomalies were noted as an independent risk factor …

publication date

  • January 1, 2017