- Figure 6.2. The Hasson cannula is introduced into the body wall using two fascial sutures which elevate the anterior rectus fascia. Later, these are used to secure the cannula and also to close the fascia at the conclusion of surgery.
Figure 6.3. Optical access trocar is inserted into the abdominal wall. A The laparoscope is placed into the obturator while twisting the sheath, all under laparoscopic guidance. B A cross-sectional image of the body wall is obtained while using the optical access trocar.
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