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Figure 3: Operative photograph illustrating patient wound appearances at procedure end. The subcuticularly opposed 3 cm transumbilical wound is seen as the sole site of transabdominal access. The “Painbuster” infusional catheter is seen cephalad on the abdominal wall; this tunnelled catheter provides local anaesthesia by continual bupivacaine infusion for the first thirty hours postoperatively.