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