Singular, oval, rectal ulcer. The rectal
mucosa is elevated and scirrhous.
Localisation is 8 cm preanal at the
ventrorectal wall. At digital examination
it can be mistaken as a carcinoma for
itīs scirrhous edges.
Histology was benign.
singular rectal ulcer at the
ventrorectal wall. This ulcer presents
with rather flat and less clear- cut
edges compared to the one on the left
Rectal ulcerations are frequently the
cause of acute peranal hemorrhage.
Rectal ulcer - hemorrhage