The goal of practical photodynamic therapy (PDT) dosimetry is to optimize the distribution of a light dose delivered to tissue by selecting the irradiation time and geometry to match the geometry and optical properties of the tumor and surrounding tissue. Homogeneous irradiation is among one of the sources of correct PDT dosimetry. The goal of this study is to model and predict the influence of the shape of a treated organ in need of light dose correction. Thus efficiency of light delivery to the tissue volume is defined and calculated with shape factors of the uterine cervix as parameters. Two cases (parallel and divergent beam) of enlightening configuration are investigated. The calculations presented extend PDT dosimetry with the influence of the shape of the uterine cervix on PDT necrosis depth. This allows for photodynamic excitation light dose correction for more reliable treatments.