fibrous polyp

fi·brous pol·yp

a polyp consisting chiefly of cellular fibrous tissue, frequently with foci of fairly dense collagen or hyaline material (or both).

fleshy polyp

(1) A nonspecific term for a pedunculated mass of dense fibroconnective tissue, usually of the lower female genital tract, covered by an attenuated mucosa. 
(2) Pedunculated leiomyoma.

While the term fleshy polyp is not a recognised pathological entity and is not used in the working medical parlance, it fills a lexical void that may be used when explaining certain lesions to a patient or other less medically sophisticated audiences.
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A distal ureteral fibrous polyp and the role of ureteroscopic resection in its management.