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Figure 3: (a) Cross-shaped incision of the cadaver abdominal wall exposing the peritoneal cavity (b) The adjustable handle and rotating feature places the fake abdominal wall over the cadaver according to the cadaver's size. The surgeon's view of the operative field is blocked by it, and laparoscopic forceps and scissors are positioned inside the trocars (c) The camera is positioned similarly to the fake abdominal wall over the cadaver and connected through a USB connection to a television. The surgeon is positioned laterally (d) The 2D view of the simulated laparoscopic procedure

Figure 3: (a) Cross-shaped incision of the cadaver abdominal wall exposing the peritoneal cavity (b) The adjustable handle and rotating feature places the fake abdominal wall over the cadaver according to the cadaver's size. The surgeon's view of the operative field is blocked by it, and laparoscopic forceps and scissors are positioned inside the trocars (c) The camera is positioned similarly to the fake abdominal wall over the cadaver and connected through a USB connection to a television. The surgeon is positioned laterally (d) The 2D view of the simulated laparoscopic procedure