Rectal prolapse is when the rectum -- the bottom part of your large intestine -- drops down towards or outside your anus. While that may sound.
Rarely, the prolapse becomes stuck or “incarcerated” outside the anus – a is used to look at the entire inner lining of the colon (large intestine) and the rectum.
when the rectum turns itself inside out and comes out through the anus. such as Hirschsprung's disease or neuronal intestinal dysplasia.
The rectum does not stick out of the anus. In severe cases of rectal prolapse, a section of the large intestine drops from its normal position as the tissues that.