Mucosal prolapse syndrome
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Mucosal prolapse syndrome, abbreviated MPS, is a set of benign distal gastrointestinal tract pathologies that includes:
- Rectal prolapse.
- Proctitis cystica profunda.
- Inflammatory cloacogenic polyp.
- Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome.
Submitted as "Rectosigmoid Polyp", Excision: - Polypoid fragment of colorectal mucosa with epithelial denudation and (lamina propria) smooth muscle hyperplasia, compatible with mucosal prolapse. - NEGATIVE for evidence of dysplasia. Comment: Deepers were cut (x4).