Prenatal morphogenesis of the human uterus is an interesting in obtaining criteria in pa-thology and ultrasound abnormalities and disorders of the reproductive system development pro-cesses. The purpose of this study was to establish quantitative regularities and stages of the dy-namics of morphometric parameters of fetal uterus during pregnancy, which not was impaired maternal diseases and fetal abnormalities. Fixed in 10% formalin 64 preparations of the uterus of female fetuses 22-40 weeks of development, full-term and preterm infants were studied. It was found that the growth organometric parameters uterus is a linear function of age and can be cal-culated from the corresponding regression equation. The length of the uterus grows rapidly from 5.5 to 17.5 mm, including the length of the... cervix. The width of the body of the uterus and the diameter of the cervix have minimal growth. The growth of the uterine wall thickness from 3 to 6 mm occurs in the gestation period immediately preceding the birth, ranging from 33 weeks of development. These findings can be used to evaluate pre-and perinatal growth of the human fe-male reproductive system, and serve as criteria for evaluation of normal and abnormal morpho-genesis in the practice of perinatal autopsies.