Anatomy and Histology of the Uterus BodyOpen image in new window
The body of the uterus forms the upper two-thirds of the uterus. It is pear shaped, while the cervix is narrower and is cylindrical in shape. The adult nonpregnant uterus is about 7 cm length, 5 cm in breath, and 3 cm thick.
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