These are two case reports of females with primary amenorrhea, well developed secondary sexual characteristics and congenital absence of uterus. The incidence of Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuester-Hauser syndrome was not clearly established, but studies indicate a variation of 1/4,000 and 1/5,000 live births of the female sex. The syndrome is characterized by aplasia of the Müllerian duct (uterus and upper two-thirds of the vagina) on a person who has karyotype 46, XX with female phenotype characteristic of primary amenorrhea in adolescence. Treatment is usually delayed until the patient is ready to begin sexual activity.
Sadia Anwar. (2019) CONGENITAL ABSENCE OF UTERUS, Gomal Journal of Medical Sciences , Volume 17, Issue 1.