|HWW SYNDROME||MR FINDINGS|
It is characterized by two symmetric, widely divergent uterine horns and two cervixes, with an enlarged cavity filled by bloody/proteinaceous fluid due to haematocolpos.|
It appears hyperintense signal on T1 fat saturated sequences.
|Hemivagina||It is an obstructed vagina due to a longitudinal septum which occludes one cervix and isolates it with consequent hematometra.|
|Renal aplasya||It is tipically omolateral to the vaginal anomaly (right side prevalence), with possible controlateral renal hypertrophy due to compensation but in site.|
Possible presence of endometriosic cysts with hyperintense signal on T1 fat sat sequences and with "shading sign" on T2-weighted images and a gradual variation of signal intensity due to chronic bleeding with accumulation of high concentration of iron and protein in the endometrioma|
(endometriotic lesions appear hyperintense on T1-weighted images and mildly hypointense or hyperintense on T2-weighted images).
Possible presence of functional cysts with no clinical significance, which appear hyperintense on T2 sequences and hypo/isointense on T1 sequences.