Passing one of the dilators through the abdominal wall and into the lumen of the jejunum. Care is taken to pass the dilator just into the lumen of the bowel (under visual laparoscopic control), not far enough to risk posterior intestinal wall perforation.
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Penile worm is not a common entity and has rarely been reported in surgical literature. For diagnosing one should have a high clinical suspicion and a detailed history is mandatory. Treatment remains surgical excision with deworming.