Anatomy & Embryology
Complete failure of fusion of the Mullerian duct leads to: (AIIMS May 2011)
a. The two Mullerian ducts fail to fuse along the whole of their lengths and if they develop normally and remain separate a condition known as uterus didelphys results. In this condition the two vaginas open at the vulva where a vaginal septum can be seen.
b. A cervix lies at the top of each vagina and the two parts of uterus above the level of the cervices are completely separate since there is no fusion at any point between the two halves of the uterine body.