The same technique is used to remove either the right or the left gland from the peritoneal cavity. The 10-mm laparoscope is removed, and the videocamera is mounted on a 5-mm laparoscope. This is inserted through the most inferior 5-mm trocar. A clear plastic specimen retrieval bag device is inserted into the peritoneal cavity through the 10-mm Hasson port. The bag is opened and the adrenal gland is grasped by some peri-adrenal fat or connective tissue. The gland is delivered into the bag (Figure 8). The bag is closed and separated from its insertion device. Using gentle traction, the bag with the adrenal gland is pulled from the abdominal cavity through the Hasson insertion site. The incision may need to be enlarged for larger tumors. It is not necessary to fragment the adrenal gland into pieces as it is soft and pliable, permitting it to be removed through a relatively small opening. The camera is then placed back on the 10-mm laparoscope and the bed of the adrenal gland is irrigated and inspected for bleeding, which may be controlled by electrocautery, the harmonic scalpel, or clips.