Rectal prolapse in Child
Characterized by dark or bright red mucosal mass protruding from the rectum, with or without bleeding, discomfort, or mild pain. Typically occurs during defecation. Mild prolapse may be self-limited, resolving spontaneously. In chronic prolapse, patients may experience fecal incontinence, and bowel movements may be obstructed. Rectal ulceration can occur.
Management includes reduction of the prolapse, preventive measures, and surgical procedures.
K62.3 – Rectal prolapse
57773001 – Rectal prolapse