Once the bladder neck has been incised anteriorly, the Foley catheter is deflated and used for traction. The plane between the bladder neck and seminal vesicles is easily identified because the lateral pedicles have already been divided. This plane is developed and the bladder neck is divided on the anterior surface of the seminal vesicles. An Alice clamp is placed on the posterior bladder neck exposing the vasa deferens in the midline. The vasa deferens are clipped and divided. Next the seminal vesicles are mobilized, arterial branches are clipped and divided, and the specimen is removed.