second-degree prolapse

sec·ond-de·gree pro·lapse

(sek'ŏnd-dĕ-grē' prō'laps)
Form of cervical prolapse in which the cervix is at or near the introitus.
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It can be removed and replaced easily by both clinician and patient, and its use is not dependent on stage and type of prolapse, although some manufacturers recommend the ring pessary for first- and second-degree prolapse.
Patients with first- or second-degree prolapse could be seen by previously trained district-level health workers and fitted for ring pessaries.