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Figure 2: Schematic diagram showing three important steps of the technique: (a) minimal peritoneal incision over vas and vessels and dissection of PP (b) dissection (arrow) of vas and vessels to push them away from PPV to safeguard them (c) closure of PPV with tissue-sealing device with application of blades strictly perpendicular to PP. IEV: Inferior epigastric vessels, PPV: Patent processus vaginalis, SV: Spermatic vessels, VD: Vas deferens, UB: Urinary bladder

Figure 2: Schematic diagram showing three important steps of the technique: (a) minimal peritoneal incision over vas and vessels and dissection of PP (b) dissection (arrow) of vas and vessels to push them away from PPV to safeguard them (c) closure of PPV with tissue-sealing device with application of blades strictly perpendicular to PP. IEV: Inferior epigastric vessels, PPV: Patent processus vaginalis, SV: Spermatic vessels, VD: Vas deferens, UB: Urinary bladder