Origin: Anc Greek
δι-/di-(=prefix meaning twice) > δις/dis(=two, double)
literally meaning “ double uterus”
Uterine Didelphys is a type of deformity in the female reproductive organs in which two separate uteri are presented instead of one. This paired organ is the result of nonfusion of the Mullers ducts, usually with double cervices and double vaginas and a septum in the upper vagina.