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Large vaginal polyp post-Manchester repair masquerading as uterine prolapse

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Nicole Moriarty: manuscript writing, data collection; Fadi T. Salameh: manuscript writing; Naomi Burke: manuscript writing, project idea.

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Moriarty, N., Salameh, F.T. & Burke, N. Large vaginal polyp post-Manchester repair masquerading as uterine prolapse. Int Urogynecol J (2021).

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  • Polyp
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Manchester repair