Congenital uterine anomalies result from
defect in unification of the müllerian duct during
intrauterine fetal life. Pregnancy in such abnormalities
associated with poor outcome including rudimentary
horn rupture, miscarriage, hemorrhage and death. The
diagnosis is also difficult in lower resource settings and
case management requires good skills in surgery. We
present a case with failed labour induction and
misdiagnosis of pregnancy in rudimentary horn of
bicornuate uterus. This case has tremendously delay in
diagnosis and management, however the final decision
of conducting surgery was implicit successful.
Keywords : Bicornuate, Rudimentary horn, Uterus.