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Figure 2 :View of turgid appendix, overlying, and attached to, the peritonealised Mesh revealed after division of the covering omentum using bipolar diathermy. The omentum was adherent superiorly along a line corresponding to the line of peritoneal overlap and/or imperfectly covered areas of Mesh that may result after TAPP repair. * = Appendix adherent to peritonealised Mesh; # = peritonealised Mesh; = Remnant of omentum left attached to the anterior abdominal wall; = Caecum; = Terminal ileum

Figure 2 :View of turgid appendix, overlying, and attached to, the peritonealised Mesh revealed after division of the covering omentum using bipolar diathermy. The omentum was adherent superiorly along a line corresponding to the line of peritoneal overlap and/or imperfectly covered areas of Mesh that may result after TAPP repair. * = Appendix adherent to peritonealised Mesh; # = peritonealised Mesh;  = Remnant of omentum left attached to the anterior abdominal wall;  = Caecum;  = Terminal ileum