Differentiation of Prolapsing Internal Haemorrhoids from Prolapsed Rectum

Since prolapsed internal haemorrhoids are separated by sulci radiating peripherally from the centre of the anal outlet

Midsagittal section of female reproductive anatomy with rectal prolapse  SOURCE: 116290; 116668  MOD: Modified rectum to show prolapse, made prolapse larger and more inflamed http://www.stanford.edu/class/humbio103/ParaSites2002/trichuriasis/trichsymptoms.html

Partial Rectal Prolapse– Involving only the mucosal layer of the rectal wall .

Complete Rectal Prolapse – Involving all layers of the Rectal wall ( no inflammation )
Complete rectal prolapse is characterized by concentrically arranged mucosal folds which are strikingly different from the radiating sulci which seperate prolapsed internal haemorrhoids .

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