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Figure 1: (a) Contrast computerised tomography axial image of abdomen. (b) Laparoscopic view of the seroma after adhesiolysis. (c) Seroscopic view showing previous mesh and tackers. (d) Repeat intraperitoneal view showing the seroma completely decompressed and posterior wall of seroma adherent to anterior abdominal wall. (e) Ports position for laparoscopic view (blue arrow) and seroscopic view (black-arrow) with port sizes used and 5 mm port used for negative suction drain at the end. (f) Excised Composite mesh with tackers (arrow). (g) Drained seroma fluid

Figure 1: (a) Contrast computerised tomography axial image of abdomen. (b) Laparoscopic view of the seroma after adhesiolysis. (c) Seroscopic view showing previous mesh and tackers. (d) Repeat intraperitoneal view showing the seroma completely decompressed and posterior wall of seroma adherent to anterior abdominal wall. (e) Ports position for laparoscopic view (blue arrow) and seroscopic view (black-arrow) with port sizes used and 5 mm port used for negative suction drain at the end. (f) Excised Composite mesh with tackers (arrow). (g) Drained seroma fluid