Congenital atresia of the lower third of the vagina with concealed hematocolpos

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        1. The clinical details of a case of congenital absence of the lower third of the vagina with concealed hematocolpos, including its operative management, are herewith reported.
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        2. It is averred that the occurrence of such and anomaly supports the theory of dual origin of the vagina.
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