Benign small polypoid or papillary structure that protrudes into the lumen of prostatic urethra.
Rare, encountered in a wide age range (10s to 80s).
Presents with hematuria, hemospermia or frequency.
Usually seen at the verumontanum.
Polyp lined by urothelial or columnar cells with stroma containing benign prostatic glands (2 cell layers of secretory and basal cells) (image A) & (image B).
When seen in the bladder proper (mostly at trigone) is referred to as ectopic prostatic-type polyp.