Photo rabbit anal polyps
If you see any abnormalities in this area it is important to take your rabbit to a veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment. An anal polyp is an overgrowth of the mucus membrane within the rectum that protrudes through the anus. A polyp is almost always benign, although the possibility of it growing large enough to block the rectum does exist, in which case surgery is required to remove it. Polyps range in color from pink to red to brown and occur because of inflammation or changes in rectal or anal tissue. One example is a rabbit not getting enough fiber in her diet, which can change the shape or texture of the stool, which in turn can inflame the delicate tissue that rabbits have in this area. Multiple polyps can also be present, in which case you may see stool coming out from in between them.
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Photo rabbit anal polyps
My Nickee has had a problem for a few weeks now. His rectum is red and a bit puffy at least it looks like it is the rectum, but could be something very close to it? I first noticed it because there was a tiny smear of blood on the floor of his cage, but that is the only time i have seen any sign of blood.
An intestinal polyp is any mass of tissue that arises from the bowel wall and protrudes into the lumen. Most are asymptomatic except for minor bleeding, which is usually occult. The main concern is malignant transformation; most colon cancers arise in a previously benign adenomatous polyp. Diagnosis is by endoscopy.
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