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Figure 2: Endoscopic patterns of the orifice of the ejaculatory duct and the surgical path in Type A patients where the orifice of the ejaculatory duct could be observed from the urethra (a); in Type B patients, the ejaculatory duct and the verumontanum were only separated by a thin layer of white membrane-like tissue on the left side (b) or on both sides (c); the membrane-like tissue was not identified at first sight in Type C patients (d), and tentative puncture at the membrane-like tissue were performed in the same patient (e); pressure changes indicated the suspected location for tentative puncture (f) and tentative puncture performed at the suspected location in Type C patients (g); the surgical pathway was established after the tentative puncture in Type C patients (h); the surgical path could not be established in Type D patients (i).

Figure 2: Endoscopic patterns of the orifice of the ejaculatory duct and the surgical path in Type A patients where the orifice of the ejaculatory duct could be observed from the urethra (<b>a</b>); in Type B patients, the ejaculatory duct and the verumontanum were only separated by a thin layer of white membrane-like tissue on the left side (<b>b</b>) or on both sides (<b>c</b>); the membrane-like tissue was not identified at first sight in Type C patients (<b>d</b>), and tentative puncture at the membrane-like tissue were performed in the same patient (<b>e</b>); pressure changes indicated the suspected location for tentative puncture (<b>f</b>) and tentative puncture performed at the suspected location in Type C patients (<b>g</b>); the surgical pathway was established after the tentative puncture in Type C patients (<b>h</b>); the surgical path could not be established in Type D patients (<b>i</b>).