Acquired non-neoplastic anomalies
Reviewers: Alcides Chaux, M.D., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 26 March 2011, last major update March 2011
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● Polyp secondary to collagen injection to control urinary stress incontinence or improve function of urinary pouches (Urology 1999;54:815)
● Very unusual complication of periurethral collagen injection
● Polypoid lesions show submucosal accumulation of eosinophilic, homogeneous, poorly cellular material
(Mod Pathol 1999;12:1090)
● Trichrome (strong), PAS (weak)
End of Bladder > Acquired non-neoplastic anomalies > Collagen polyp
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