Mucosal prolapse syndrome

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Mucosal prolapse syndrome, abbreviated MPS, is a set of benign distal gastrointestinal tract pathologies that includes:[1]

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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.

Deepers were cut (x4).

See also


  1. Abid, S.; Khawaja, A.; Bhimani, SA.; Ahmad, Z.; Hamid, S.; Jafri, W. (2012). "The clinical, endoscopic and histological spectrum of the solitary rectal ulcer syndrome: a single-center experience of 116 cases.". BMC Gastroenterol 12: 72. doi:10.1186/1471-230X-12-72. PMID 22697798.