The unique case of uterine torsion
Savita Kamble, Tejaswini P Kale (Pingle)
Uterine torsion as such is a rare entity. Many times it is as good as once in a life time experience for the gynecologist. The uterine torsion in gravid uterus per say is more of the exaggerated form of axial rotation. Because of the rarity of the cases the definition of the terminologies such as primary and secondary torsion and acute and chronic torsion, differentiating factors between physiological and pathological axial rotation of the uterus has been the dilemma for the gynecologist. Here we are presenting a unique case of chronic uterine torsion in postmenopausal age group with bleeding per vaginum.