Corpus ID: 22906390

Rectal prolapse: an unusual presentation of malakoplakia in a child.

  title={Rectal prolapse: an unusual presentation of malakoplakia in a child.},
  author={I. A. Jan and Nasir Saleem and Muhammad Ali and Muti-ur-Rehman and Uzma Jalai and Aqeel and Dileep Kumar},
  journal={Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP},
  volume={13 9},
A case of a young girl is presented. The main concern was recurrent rectal prolapse not responding to conservative and sclerotherapy. Colonoscopy showed diffuse colitis with superficial ulcerations and pseudopolyps. Colon biopsies finally showed classical features of malakoplakia confirmed by histopathological test. Conservative treatment failed and ultimately proctocolectomy was performed with ileoanal endorectal anastomosis. 
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