Prolapsed endometrial polyp
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There is a large pedunculated intracavitary mass arising from the posterior uterine wall, filling the uterine cavity and prolapsing into the vagina through a distended endocervical canal. It is of intermediate signal intensity on T1WI, inhomogeneous high signal on T2WI surrounded by hyperintense fluid and endometrium with intense, and heterogeneous enhancement following IV contrast.
MRI features are most consistent of a prolapsed endometrial polyp
Additional contributor: Assia Kendri, radiographer, CIM Aurès, Batna Algeria