>>14070141> i have some prolapse but more like...rosebuds
"On physical examination, the classic finding is that of the rectum protruding from the anus, with concentric folds visible. This may have a long appendage-like appearance, as seen in Figs. 1 and 2. This type of rectal prolapse is generally easily reducible, although it may readily prolapse again. It may also have a large, wide, grapefruit-like appearance as seen in Fig. 3. This type of prolapse is more prone to incarceration. Other conditions that may be confused with rectal prolapse include prolapsing hemorrhoids, or a mass prolapsing out of the rectum. Prolapsing hemorrhoids represent mucosal prolapse while the muscular wall of the rectum remains in place. They can be distinguished from rectal prolapse in that the tissue prolapses in columns, with grooves identified between the columns, as compared with the concentric folds seen in rectal prolapse. Incarcerated prolapsed hemorrhoids are seen in Fig. 4. Occasionally, an early [rectal] prolapse may not be complete circumferentially, but can still be distinguished from [prolapsed] hemorrhoids, as it lacks the grooves between the columns of prolapsing tissue. Fig. 5 demonstrates an early rectal prolapse that is prolapsed more in the anterior position. A large mass or polyp within the rectum can lead to rectal intussusception by acting as a lead point, and rarely a prolapsing mass is misidentified as rectal prolapse."
"Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Medical Management of Rectal Prolapse." Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery. 2017 Feb; 30(1): 16-21. PMC5179269. doi:10.1055/s-0036-1593431.