mucosal prolapse

mucosal prolapse

prolapse of the mucosa in part of the GI tract. In the colon it sometimes occurs with congenital megacolon.
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Examination should focus on excluding anatomical abnormalities like mucosal prolapse, skin tags, etc.
Du Boulay and colleagues (64) proposed the term mucosal prolapse syndrome to indicate a unifying pathogenetic mechanism for solitary rectal ulcer syndrome and related disorders.
Recurrent lesions at the anal verge in a patient with straining are typical of mucosal prolapse.
Angiogenic polypoid proliferation adjacent to ileal carcinoid tumors: a nonspecific finding related to mucosal prolapse.
Mucosal prolapse syndrome: a unifying concept for solitary ulcer syndrome and related disorders.