Pelvic pain and a mass prolapsing from the vagina

A 35 year old female, G2 P2, presented with pelvic pain and a mass prolapsing from the vagina for 2 weeks. Her medical and surgical histories were negative, and she had two prior uncomplicated vaginal deliveries. Family history was remarkable. Pelvic examination demonstrated a heterogeneous 5cm mass protruding into the vagina and was considered consistent with a prolapsing polyp or fibroid. The uterus was easily palpated and was mobile with normal contour. A transvaginal ultrasound shows a 3 x 2.8 x 4cm vascular mass protruding into the vagina. Please give your opinion.

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Endometrial polyp protruding thro the os or may be fibroid Both cases need surgical treatment
It may be a case of cervical polyp Excision is the treatment.
D/d endocervical polyp 2 fibroid Go for excisional biopsy
Thanx dr Sabista Naaz
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Thanks Dr. Sabista
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Fibromyoma
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