The 39th Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society (ICS) (ICS 2009)

Venue: The Moscone Center

Location: San Francisco, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 29, 2009 End Date/Time: Oct 03, 2009
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ICS 2009 is a top continence meeting aimed at improving outcomes for patients. A scientific programme with renowned experts covers urology, gynecology, uro-gynecology, physiotherapy, nursing, neurourology, and paediatric urology. Attend for breakthroughs in science, research and medicine.

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Scientific Programme: ICS 2008 Scientific Programme Monday 20th to Friday 24th October 2008 Download the ICS 2008 Scientific Programme as PDF (Print Version) Wednesday 22nd October 2008 08:30-09:00 Opening Ceremony Location: Hall A 09:00-10:00 Session 1 (Podium) - Stress Incontinence Surgery (1) Chairs: Prof Linda Cardozo, Michel Jabbour Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 1 09:00 A randomised control trial comparing TVT, Pelvicol and autologous fascial slings for the management of stress urinary incontinence in women. Guerrero K1, Whareham K2, Watkins A3, Ismail S1, Lucas M1, Emery S3 1. Joint urogynaecology Unit, Swansea NHS Trust, 2. Clinical Research Unit, Swansea NHS Trust, 3. Swansea University 2 09:15 Randomised trial of TVT and TVT-O for the treatment of urodynamic stress incontinence in women Teo R1, Moran P2, Mayne C1, Tincello D3 1. University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, 2. Worcestershire Royal Hospital, 3. University of Leiceter 3 09:30 Is Trans-Obturator Tape (TOT) as effective as Tension-free Vaginal Tape (TVT) in the treatment of women with urodynamic stress incontinence? Results of a multicentre RCT Freeman R1, Holmes D2, Smith P3, Hillard T4, Yang Q5, Agur W1, Abrams P5 1. Urogynaecology Research Unit, Plymouth, UK, 2. Cheltenham General Hospital, UK, 3. Southmead Hospital, UK, 4. Poole Hospital, UK, 5. Bristol Urological Institute, UK 4 09:45 LEAKAGES CIRCUMSTANCES: NEW FACTORS INFLUENCING THE OUTCOME OF SUBURETHRAL SLING PROCEDURES FOR FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE Koskas M1, Bader G1, Dompeyre P2, Fritel X2, Fauconnier A1 1. CHI Poissy – St-Germain, 2. CHD Félix-Guyon, St-Denis-Réunion 10:00-10:30 Coffee break / Posters / Videos / Exhibition Location: Exhibition Area 10:30-11:00 SOA-1 Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Urinary Bladder Chair: Prof Heinz Koelbl (Germany) Speaker: Carl Hermann Hempen (Germany) Location: Hall A 11:00-12:30 Session 2 (Podium) - LUTS in Men Chairs: Prof JLH Ruud Bosch, Magdy El Akkad Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 5 11:00 Natural history of lower urinary tract symptoms in Japanese men from a 15-year longitudinal community-based study Fukuta F1, Masumori N1, Muto M1, Miyamoto S1, Maeda T1, Igarashi M1, Tsukamoto T1 1. Department of Urology, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine 6 11:15 Longitudinal non-invasive follow-up of changes in urinary bladder function secondary to benign prostatic enlargement. Results of the first observation interval. de Zeeuw S1, van Mastrigt R1 1. Section Furore, Department of Urology, Erasmus MC, Room Ee 1630 7 11:30 Patient-reported most bothersome symptoms and symptom-specific goal achievements in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia Lee Y1, Choo M S2, Lee J Z3, Park W H4, Kim H Y5, Lee J G6, Lee S E7, Chung J Y5, Kim D Y8, Lee K1 1. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, 2. University of Ulsan College of Medicine, 3. Pusan National University College of Medicine, 4. Inha University College of Medicine, 5. Hallym University School of Medicine, 6. Korea University College of Medicine, 7. Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, 8. Catholic University of Daegu College of Medicine 8 11:45 What percent of men with lower urinary tract symptoms by prostatic enlargement can continue alpha 1-blocker treatment for a long time? Masumori N1, Fukuta F1, Tsukamoto T1, Sato E1, Tanaka Y2, Horita H3, Takeyama K4, Sunaoshi K5, Miyao N6 1. Sapporo Medical University, 2. Esashi Prefectural Hospital, 3. Saiseikai Otaru Hospital, 4. Yakumo General Hospital, 5. Hokkaido Health Insurance Hospital, 6. Muroran City Hospital 9 12:00 Is intravesical prostatic protrusion associated with predominent and intractable storage symptoms in BPH patients with over 30 g of prostate volume ? Yang S1, Hong W S1, Lee J M1, Kim T1, Chung H1, Kim H S1, Kim H2, Na Y G2, Kim H3, Kim Y S4 1. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Konkuk University, Chungju, Korea, 2. the Department of Urology, Chungnam National University College of Medicine, Daejeon, Korea, 3. the Department of Urology, Dankook University College of Medicine, Cheonan, Korea, 4. Ilsan Hospital, National Health Insurance Corporation, Ilsan, Korea 10 12:15 ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENTATION INHIBITS THE PROCESS OF APOPTOSIS IN THE BLADDER WALL SUBJETED TO ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION LUDWIG L1, THIEL M1, LORENZETTI F1, BERTOLLA R1, PINTARELLI V1, FARTES G1, CHIANELLI D1, FREIRE M1, RUSTORM J S1, PERCHON L1, DAMBROS M1 1. Geriatric Urology Division - Federal University of São Paulo 12:30-12:35 Promotion of San Francisco 2009 Speaker: Dr Anthony Stone (United States) Location: Hall A 12:35-13:30 Lunch Location: Exhibition Area 12:35-13:30 ICS 2009 Scientific Committee Meeting 12:35-13:30 Meet the Experts Experts: Prof Linda Cardozo (United Kingdom), Mr Christopher R Chapple (United Kingdom) 12:35-13:00 ICS Standardisation Committee Meeting 13:30-14:00 SOA-2 Prolapse Surgery - How to Manage Innovations Chair: Prof Heinz Koelbl (Germany) Speaker: Dr Donald R Ostergard (United States) Location: Hall A 14:00-15:30 Session 3 (Poster) - Male Incontinence & Voiding Dysfunction Chairs: Mr Marcus Drake, Prof Amr Noweir Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 11 14:00 Associations of lower urinary tract symptoms with prostate-specific antigen levels and screen-detected localized and advanced prostate cancer: a case-control study nested within the UK population-based ProtecT (Prostate testing for cancer and Treatment) study. Collin S1, Metcalfe C1, Donovan J1, Lane A1, Davis M1, Neal D2, Hamdy F3, Martin R1 1. University of Bristol, 2. University of Cambridge, 3. University of Sheffield 12 14:07 Is pressure-flow study useful to predict the outcome of transurethral resection of prostate? WADA N1, NAKAZONO S1, TAMAKI G1, KATO Y1, MOTOYA T1, IWATA T1, KITAHARA K1, NUMATA A1, OKUYAMA M1, KAKIZAKI H1, KITA M2 1. Department of Urology,Asahikawa Medical College, 2. Department of Urology,University of Pittsburgh Schooll of Medicine 13 14:15 Post micturition dribble in men: Is Corpus Spongiosum Insufficiency a key to its origin? Huber E1, Gallistl H1, Ghavidel K1, Meier-Drioli S1, Hübner W A1 1. Krankenhaus Korneuburg 14 14:22 Determinant Factors affecting successful voiding trial without catheter (TWOC) after single intermittent catheterization for the acute urinary retention patients due to benign prostatic obstruction Bae J H1, Kang S H1, Cheon J1, Ko Y H1, Cho D Y1, Lee J G1 1. Korea university medical center, seoul, korea 15 14:30 Does pelvic floor muscle training with follow up instructions by a physiotherapist reduce urinary incontinence after radical prostatectomy? - A randomised controlled trial Morkved S1, Overgard M2, Lydersen S3, Angelsen A4 1. Clinical Service, St.Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, and Department of Community Medicine and General Practice, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, 2. Clinical Service, St.Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, Trondheim, Norway, 3. Unit for Applied Clinical Research, Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, 4. Department of Urology, St.Olavs Hospital, University Hospital of Trondheim, and Department of Cancer Research and Molecular medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway 16 14:37 The Clinical Response of Obstructive Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPE) To Botulinum Toxin A (BTX-A) Injection Locally. A Report on Selected Cases with 12 Months Follow-up Abdelhafeez I1, Elchawaf H1, Mokhtar K1, Ahmed M1, Abdelmaksoud A1 1. Faculty of Medicine,AinShams University 17 14:45 Early continence recovery after laparoscopic radical prostatectomy with or without restoration of posterior aspect of the rhabdosphincter Pietrantuono F1, Gregori A1, Ducci E1, Scieri F1, Incarbone P1, Romanò A L1, Salvaggio A1, Granata A1, Gaboardi F1 1. Department of Urology - "Luigi Sacco" University Medical Center 18 14:52 Repair of iatrogenic sphincter damage and urinary incontinence by autologous skeletal muscle derived cells (MDC) Otto T1, Eimer C1, Wishahi M2, El Baz A2, Gerullis H1 1. Lukas Clinics, Neuss, 2. Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Cairo 19 15:00 The comparison of artificial urinary sphincter implantation and endourethral macroplastique injection for the treatment of postprostatectomy incontinence. Imamoglu M A1, Tuygun C1, Bakirtas H1, Yigitbasi O1, Kiper A1 1. Department of Urology, Diskapi Yildirim Beyazit Training and Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey 20 15:07 Continence without Obstruction - A long term evaluation of the Adjustable Continence Therapy (ProACT™). Huber E1, Gallistl H1, Kusolitsch S1, Ghavidel C1, Hübner W1 1. Krankenhaus Korneuburg 21 15:15 LOW TESTOSTERONE LEVELS LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AND COLLAGEN DEPOSITION IN THE MALE RAT URETHRAL SPHINCTER Kracochansky M1, Lorenzetti F1, Ludwig L1, Bertolla R1, Freire M P1, Rustorm J1, Seraphim D1, Pintarelli V1, Perchon L1, Fartes G1, Dambros M1 1. Geriatric Urology Division of the Federal University of São Paulo 22 15:22 Long term follow up into adulthood of boys operated for hypospadias.A study into functional and cosmetic results. de Kort L1, Rynja S1, Wouters G1, van Schaijk M1, Kok E1, de Jong T1 1. University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands 14:00-15:30 Session 4 (Poster) - Basic Neurourology Chairs: Dr Jerzy B Gajewski, Salah El Salmy Location: Hall B Number Time Abstract 23 14:00 Temporal expression of muscarinic and purinergic receptors in diabetic rat bladder Liu G1, Li M1, Daneshgari F1 1. Department of Biomedical Engineering and Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH 24 14:07 DOSE BOTULINUM TOXIN-A INDUCE APOPTOSIS IN RAT DETRUSOR MUSCLE? Watanabe T1, Masago T1, Miyagawa I1 1. Dept. of Urology, Tottori University 25 14:15 Differential roles of neuronal- and urothelium-derived NO in the Modulation of the Spontaneous Activity of Mouse Detrusor Smooth Muscle Meng E1, Young J2, Brading A2 1. Department of urology, Division of Surgery, Tri-Service General Hospital, National Defense Medical Centre, Taipei, Taiwan, 2. Department of Pharmacology, University of Oxford, UK 26 14:22 GRC 6211, a new oral TRPV1 antagonist, decreases neurogenic detrusor overactivity in a rat model of spinal cord transection. Silva A1, Cruz C2, Charrua A2, Pinto R1, Avelino A2, Silva C1, Dinis P1, Cruz F1 1. Department of Urology - Hospital de S. João - Porto - Portugal, 2. Institute of Histology and Embryology - Faculty of Medicine of Porto University - Portugal 27 14:30 TRANSIENT RECEPTOR POTENTIAL A1 (TRPA1) ION CHANNEL ACTIVITY IN THE HUMAN URETHRA - EVIDENCE FOR A FUNCTIONAL ROLE FOR TRPA1 IN THE OUTFLOW REGION Gratzke C1, Streng T2, Waldkirch E3, Sigl K1, Stief C G1, Andersson K4, Hedlund P5 1. Department of Urology, Ludwig-Maximilians University Hospital, Munich, Germany, 2. Department of Pharmacology, Drug Development and Therapeutics, University of Turku, Turku, Finland, 3. Department of Urology, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany, 4. Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Medical Center Boulevard, Winston Salem, NC, USA, 5. Department of Clinical Chemistry and Pharmacology, Lund University Hospital, Lund, Sweden 28 14:37 A Selective a1A-Adrenoceptor Antagonist improves detrusor overactivity secondary to bladder outlet obstruction through the inhibition of the afferent activation in the rat. Yazaki J1, Aikawa K1, Ogawa S1, Oguro T1, Kawashima Y1, Shisido K1, Yamaguchi O1 1. Fukushima Medical University School of Medicine 29 14:45 EFFECTS OF AN ANTI-MUSCARINIC AGENT AND AN ALPHA-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST ON PLASMA MONOAMINE LEVELS, URINARY ATP LEVEL AND BLADDER ACTIVITY AFTER BLADDER STIMULATION IN RATS Nishijima S1, Kadekawa K1, Miyazato M1, Sugaya K1 1. Division of Urology, Department of Organ-oriented Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus. 30 14:52 Increased bladder reflex activity induced by cystitis is reduced after neutralization of brain derived nerve factor (BDNF). An experimental study in the rat. Cruz C D1, Pinto R2, Silva A2, Allen S3, Dawbarn D3, McMahon S4, Cruz F2 1. Inst. Histology and Embryology, Faculty of Medicine and IBMC, University of Porto, 2. IBMC, University of Porto, Portugal; Department of Urology, Hospital de S. João, Porto, Portugal, 3. Molecular Neurobiology Unit, University of Bristol, CSSB, Dorothy Hodgkin Building, Bristol, UK, 4. London Pain Consortium, King's College London, Neurorestoration, Wolfson CARD, Wolfson Wing, London Bridge, London, UK 31 15:00 Suppression of detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia by herpes simplex virus vector-mediated glutamic acid decarboxylase gene delivery in spinal cord injures rats Miyazato M1, Sugaya K2, Chancellor M1, Goins W1, Goss J1, Glorioso J1, Yoshimura N1 1. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2. University of the Ryukyus 32 15:07 INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF GABAPENTIN AND PREGABALIN ON THE MICTURITION REFLEX IN RATS Ichiyanagi N1, Furuta A1, Miyazato M1, Chancellor M1, Kihara K2, Yoshimura N1 1. Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh, 2. Department of Urology, Tokyo Medical and Dental University 33 15:15 Effects of intrathecal of serotonin on bladder activity, urethral activity, and amino acid levels in the lumbosacral cord of rat Kadekawa K1, Nishijima S1, Miyazato M1, Sugaya K1 1. Division of Urology, Department of Organ-oriented Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus 34 15:22 Effect of several types of exercise on leak-point pressure and c-Fos and NOS expression in the peri-aqueductal gray and pontine micturition center in urethrolysis rat model. Kim K H1, Kim T B1, Jung H1, Lee M S1, Yoon S J1, Go I G2, Kim C J2, Bae J H3, Lee J G3, Lee K W4 1. Department of Urology, Gachon University Gil Medical Center, 2. Department of Physiology, Kyung-Hee University, 3. Department of Urology, Korea University, 4. Kangbuk- Samsung Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine 15:30-16:00 Coffee break / Posters / Videos / Exhibition Location: Exhibition Area 16:00-17:30 Session 5 (Poster) - Pelvic Floor (1) Chairs: Dr Marcus Carey, Dr Alqatawneh Ayman Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 35 16:00 Differences in the relationship between pelvic floor muscle activation and intravaginal pressure during coughing between women with and without stress urinary incontinence McLean L1, Madill S1, Harvey M2 1. School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen's University, 2. Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Kingston General Hospital 36 16:07 Comparing pelvic floor muscle tone in postmenopausal continent and stress urinary incontinent women Morin M1, Gravel D1, Bourbonnais D1, Dumoulin C1, Ouellet S1 1. University of Montreal 37 16:15 Functional aspects of pelvic floor muscle contraction using 4D real time ultrasound. A test-retest study Brækken I H1, Majida M2, Ellstrøm Engh M3, Bø K1 1. Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, 2. Akershus university hospital, 3. Akershus university hospital and University of Oslo 38 16:22 4D ULTRASOUND TO MEASURE CLOSURE OF THE LEVATOR HIATUS DURING PELVIC FLOOR AND TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS CONTRACTION Bo K1, Hoff Brækken I1, Majida M1, Engstrøm Engh M1 1. Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Dept of Sports Medicine and Akershus University Hospital 39 16:30 3D modelling of pelvic floor pressures using MRI for evaluating prolapse and obstructed defecation versus asymptomatic controls. Tan E1, Lee S1, Torii R1, Yang G1, Xu X1, Wood N1, Gedroyc W1, Khullar V1, Tekkis P1 1. Imperial College London 40 16:37 Significant Linkage Evidence for a Predisposition Gene for Pelvic Floor Disorders on Chromosome 9 Norton P1, Allen-Brady K1, Cannon-Albright L1 1. University of Utah School of Medicine 41 16:45 Female sexual dysfunction: are urogynaecologists ready for it? Roos A1, Sultan A1, Thakar R1 1. Mayday University Hospital 42 16:52 MANAGEMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE BY VAGINAL PESSARIES - ONE YEAR FOLLOW UP oliver R1, Lim J H1, Thakar R1, Sultan A H1 1. Mayday University Hospital, Croydon, Surrey - CR7 7YE, United Kingdom. 43 17:00 Meshes in anterior repairs: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Foon R1, Toozs-Hobson P1, Latthe P1 1. Birmingham Women's hospital 44 17:07 Modified collagen matrix versus standard polypropylene: biomechanical fate and inflammatory response over the two years period in a rabbit abdominal wall model for fascial reconstruction Konstantinovic M L1, Ozog Y1, Spelzini F1, Luyten C2, Verbiest G2, Verbeken E3, De Ridder D4, Deprest J4 1. Centre for Surgical Technologies, KU Leuven, 2. Laboratory for Experimental Gynaecology, UZ Leuven, 3. Department of Pathology, UZ Leuven, 4. Pelvic Floor Unit, UZ Leuven, Belgium 45 17:15 Lost in translation? Comparison of objective outcomes and patient goals in pelvic floor dysfunction surgery Srikrishna S1, Robinson D1, Cardozo L1, Renganathan A1 1. Kings College Hospital, London 46 17:22 The effect of a physiotherapy exercise program on bladder, prolapse and bowel outcomes in women undergoing gynaecological surgery: an assessor-blinded randomised controlled trial Frawley H C1, Galea M1, Phillips B2, Bø K3 1. The University of Melbourne, Australia, 2. La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, 3. Norwegian School of Sports Sciences, Norway 16:00-17:30 Session 6 (Poster) - Lower Urinary Tract Assessment Chairs: Dr John PFA Heesakkers, Mohammed Shalaby Location: Hall B Number Time Abstract 47 16:00 Effect of Prolyl 4-hydroxylase Inhibitor on the Bladder Fibrosis in the Rat Model with Partial Bladder Outlet Obstruction Shin D G1, Park S W1, Lee S D1, Lee J Z1, Chung M K1, Choi S2 1. Dept. of Urology, College of Medicine, Pusan National University, 2. Dept. of Urology, College of Medicine, Kosin University 48 16:07 SOMATOSTATIN RECEPTOR SUBTYPE 4-MEDIATED REGULATION OF MICTURITION REFLEX IN URETHANE-ANESTHETIZED RATS Honda M1, Watanabe T1, Miyagawa I1, Chancellor M2, Yoshimura N2 1. Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University, 2. Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 49 16:15 Urinary Interleukin-6 and pyuria in patients with symptoms of OAB Khasriya R1, Bhome R1, Khan S1, Bignall J1, Ali V M1, Malone-Lee J1 1. UCL 50 16:22 CHANGES OF URINARY NERVE GROWTH FACTOR AND PROSTAGLANDIN E2 AFTER ANTICHOLINERGIC TREATMENT IN FEMALE PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER Kim J C1, Kim J H2, Lee J Y1, Kim S W1, Lee J B3, Lee D H1, Kim S1 1. Dept. of Urology, The Catholic University of Korea, 2. Dept. of Urology, Yonsei University, 3. Dept. of Urology, National Medical Center 51 16:30 Molecular Diagnosis of Interstitial Cystitis Gamper M1, Viereck V2, Binder J3, Geissbühler V4, Eberhard J5, Moser R6 1. Biomedical Research Foundation, Matzingen, Switzerland, 2. Department of Gynecology, Kantonsspital Frauenfeld, Switzerland, 3. Department of Urology, Kantonsspital Frauenfeld, Switzerland, 4. Department of Gynecology, Kantonsspital Frauenfeld, Switzerland, 5. Department of Gynecology, Kantonsspital Frauenfeld, Switzerland, 6. Institute for Biopharmaceutical Research Inc., Matzingen, Switzerland 52 16:37 Electromyography and Voiding Cystourethrography Are Both Necessary for Detection of Detrusor Sphincter Dyssynergia Kalorin C1, Miranne J1, De E1, Feustel P1 1. Albany Medical Center 53 16:45 Viability of a novel electrode to record activity of the male Rhabdosphincter Hodges P1, Stafford R1, Sapsford R1 1. The University of Queensland 54 16:52 Patient Burden and Bladder Outlet Obstruction Evaluated by a Novel Natural-filling Telemetric Pressure-Flow Study in Patients with LUTS/BPH Oh S1, Kong H1, Park S1, Lee J Y2, Lee T3, Kim H C1 1. Seoul National University Hospital, 2. The Catholic University of Korea, 3. Inha University 55 17:00 Can pressure flow study predict the clinical outcome after photoselective vaporization prostatectomy? Seo Y1, Sim K1, Heo J1 1. Busan veterans hospital, Korea 56 17:07 The Application and Interpretation of International Standardisation Reports - The Bridges and Barriers to ‘Good’ Urodynamic Practice: A Regional Perspective Ellis-Jones J1, Swithinbank L1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute 57 17:15 A randomised study to determine if rectal distension alters urodynamics findings Panayi D1, Khullar V1, Spiteri M1, Hendricken C1, Fernando R1 1. Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust 58 17:22 Long term urodynamics results in sigmoid orthotopic neobladder Villari D1, Castigli M1, Della Melina A1, Mencarini M1, Ringressi A1, Li Marzi V1, Filocamo M T1, Stomaci N1, Del Popolo G1, Tosto A1, Nesi G2, Nicita G1 1. University of Florence Urologic Department, 2. University of Florence Department of Pathology 17:30-18:30 ICS Press Conference 17:30-18:30 Neurourology & Urodynamics Editorial Board Meeting 17:30-19:00 Satellite Symposium - Astellas Pharma Inc Location: Hall A Thursday 23rd October 2008 07:30-08:30 Satellite Symposium - Pfizer Inc Location: Hall B 08:30-10:00 Session 7 (Podium) - Anatomy & Imaging Chairs: Prof Paulo CR Palma, Osama Abo Farha Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 59 08:30 Anatomy of the Urethral Supporting Ligaments Defined by Dissection,Histology, and MRI of Female Cadavers and MRI of Healthy Nulliparous Women Abdel-Azim M1, Morsy M1, El Mashed S1, El Sayed R1 1. Departments of Urology,1; Radiology2,3 and Anatomy 4,Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt 60 08:45 Tomographic ultrasound of the pelvic floor: which levels matter most? Dietz H P1, Shek K L1 1. University of Sydney 61 09:00 Comparative study of the pubovisceral muscle at rest using three dimensional perineal ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging Majida M1, Hoff Brækken I2, Umek W3, Bø K2, Ellstrøm Engh M1 1. Akershus University Hospital.Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Lørenskog, and University of Oslo, Norway, 2. Norwegian school of Sport Sciences,department of Sports Medicine,Oslo,Norway., 3. Medical University Vienna,Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,Vienna,Astria. 62 09:15 Can levator avulsion be diagnosed by 2D translabial ultrasound? Dietz H P1, Shek K L1 1. University of Sydney 63 09:30 The effect of levator avulsion on hiatal dimensions and function Abdool Z1, Shek C1, Dietz H P1 1. Pretoria Academic Hospital,University of Pretoria; Nepean Clinical School, University of Sydney 64 09:45 Correlation between three dimensional translabial pelvic floor ultrasonography and anal manometry in female patients with faecal incontinence. Christiaan G1, Steensma A1, Burger C1, Schouten W1 1. Erasmus Medical Centre 10:00-10:30 Coffee break / Posters / Videos / Exhibition Location: Exhibition Area 10:30-11:00 SOA-3 Stem Cells and Urinary Incontinence Chair: Prof Sherif Mourad (Egypt) Speaker: Prof James Yoo (United States) Location: Hall A 11:00-12:00 Session 8 (Poster) - Urodynamics Chairs: Prof Piotr Radziszewski, Dr Adel Al Dayel Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 65 11:00 Maximum urethral closure pressure in continent and incontinent women: analysis of 8,987 cases Kapoor D1, Al Housami F1, Swithinbank L1, Drake M1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute 66 11:07 STANDARDISATION OF THE URINARY DETECTION METHODS BY THIRD CHANNEL OR VISION TO DETERMINE THE STRESS LEAK POINT PRESSURES IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE Park S H1, Lee T1, Yoon S M1, Lee D H2 1. Inha University Hospital, 2. The Catholic Univ. of Korea Our Lady of Mercy Hospital 67 11:15 Detrusor overactivity is better detected in the erect position, a prospective study Al-Hayek S1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute 68 11:22 Do pressure-flow parameters change with rates of bladder filling or with degree of desire to void? Yalla S1, Sullivan M1 1. VA Boston Healthcare System 69 11:30 Derivation of a diagnostic index to classify BOO using bladder pressure and flow measurements obtained by a novel intra-urethral device. Reis L1, Prudente A1, Barreiro G1, Silva C1, Bassani J1, Junior W1, Dancona C1 1. UNICAMP 70 11:37 INTRAVESICAL PROTRUSION OF THE PROSTATE AS A PREDICTING METHOD OF BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION Reis L1, Prudente A1, Barreiro G1, Baracat J1, Natalin R1, Bezerra E1, Dancona C1 1. UNICAMP 71 11:45 The diagnostic efficacy of three dimensional ultrasound estimated bladder weight corrected by body surface area as an alternative non-urodynamic parameter of bladder outlet obstruction Lee K1, Lee Y1, Lee H W1, Lee S E2, Lee J Z3, Kim H Y4, Chung J Y5, Park W H6, Seo J T7, Lee J G8, Choo M9 1. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, 2. Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, 3. Pusan National University College of Medicine, 4. Hallym University College of Medicine, 5. Inje University College of Medicine, 6. Inha University College of Medicine, 7. Kwandong University College of Medicine, 8. Korea University College of Medicine, 9. University of Ulsan College of Medicine 72 11:52 Inter-observer variability in simple cystometry compared with video cystometry interpretation: the influence on further management Ockrim J1, Wood D1, Venn S1, Shah J1, Greenwell T1 1. University College Hospital 11:00-12:00 Session 9 (Poster) - Lower Bowel Dysfunction Chairs: Prof Christine Norton, Prof Ahmed Abdel Aziz Abou-Zeid Location: Hall B Number Time Abstract 73 11:00 A study of anal continence mechanisms in a rat model: effect of pudendal nerve transection and sphincterotomy. Zutshi M1, Salcedo L1, Tracy H1, Margot D1 1. Cleveland Clinic Foundation 74 11:07 EXTERNAL ANAL SPHINCTER PLICATION: A NOVEL SURGICAL TECHNIQUE TO ENHANCE THE ANAL CANAL CONTINENCE FUNCTION IN AN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMAL MODEL Rajasekaran M1, Jiang Y1, Motamedi A1, Mittal R1 1. University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093. USA 75 11:15 DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOMETRIC EVALUATION OF THE ICIQ ANAL INCONTINENCE MODULE: THE ICIQ-B Cotterill N1, Norton C2, Avery K3, Abrams P1, Donovan J3 1. Bristol Urological Institute, 2. Burdett Institute of Gastrointestinal Nursing, 3. University of Bristol 76 11:22 Is the St. Mark’s scoring system suitable for assessment of anal incontinence following repair of obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS)? Roos A1, Thakar R1, Sultan A1 1. Mayday University Hospital 77 11:30 Initial validation of a new anorectal assessment tool Evans P1, Norton C2, Duncan J1, Collins B1, O'Brien L1 1. St Mark's Hospital Harrow UK, 2. King's College London & St. Mark's Hospital Harrow UK 78 11:37 Associated sphincter neurogenic defect as a predictor of postoperative fecal incontinence in patients with Hirschsprung’s Disease Gadallah N1, Reda M1, Fayez A1, Ghanima I1 1. Ain Shams University, Cairo 79 11:45 Can Intra-operative Anorectal Manometry Predict Change In Bowel Dysfunction Following Posterior Colporrhaphy? Hogg S1, Barrington J1 1. Torbay Hospital 80 11:52 Use of gallium-citrate 67 scintigraphy to measure colonic transit time in spinal cord injured patients with neurogenic bowel. Sabrina I1, Harichandra D2, Bulgiba A2, Iskandar M2 1. Ministry of Health, Malaysia, 2. University Malaya, Malaysia 12:00-13:00 Lunch Location: Exhibition Area 12:00-13:00 ICS School of Urodynamics Meeting 12:00-13:00 Meet the Experts Experts: Prof Kari Bø (Norway), Prof Christine Norton (United Kingdom) 12:00-13:00 ICS Meetings and Nominations Committee Meeting 13:00-13:30 Round Table Discussion - "Inter-disciplinary approach of pelvic floor disorders" Chair: Prof Kari Bø (Norway) Speakers: Prof Linda Brubaker (United States), Dr Jacques Corcos (Canada), Mr Abdul H Sultan (United Kingdom), Prof Christine Norton (United Kingdom), Prof Kari Bø (Norway) Location: Hall A 13:30-14:30 Session 10 (Poster) - Pregnancy & Childbirth Chairs: Dr Stefano Salvatore, Prof Diaa Essam El-Din Rizk Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 81 13:30 Influence of maternal weight in the new onset of stress urinary incontinence in pregnant women Diez Itza I1, Ibañez L1, Arrue M1, Paredes J1, Murgiondo A1, Belar M1, Sarasqueta C1 1. Hospital Donostia 82 13:37 Deformation analysis on pelvic floor induced by the passage of a fetus Parente M1, Jorge R1, Mascarenhas T2, Fernandes A1, Martins J3, Mota R4, Patricio B2, Patricio B2 1. IDMEC Pólo FEUP, Faculdade de Engenharia, Universidade do Porto, 2. Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto, 3. Instituto Superior Técnico, 4. S. João Hospital 83 13:45 How much does the puborectalis muscle have to stretch during childbirth? Svabik K1, Shek K L2, Dietz H P2 1. Ob/Gyn Dept., Charles University in Prague, First Faculty of Medicine, 2. Nepean Clinical School, University of Sydney 84 13:52 The effect of childbirth on the dimensions of the levator hiatus Shek K1, Dietz H P1 1. University of Sydney 85 14:00 Perineal Repair by Midwives: A Survey of Skills, Knowledge and Experience Bosanquet A1, Doumouchtsis S K1, Fynes M1 1. St George's Hospital 86 14:07 Obstetric anal sphincter tears - An appraisal vilvanathan laxman V1, Walliulah F2, Mahmood T2 1. Ninewells hospital NHS TAYSIDE, 2. Forth Park Hospital, Kirkcaldy, U.K 87 14:15 Pregnancy after bladder augmentation. Retrospective case series. Ioannidis E1, Tsalikis T2, Mikos T2, Pados G2, Papadopoulos A2, Bontis J2 1. 2ND DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY, ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI, PAPAGEORGIOU GENERAL HOSPITAL, THESSALONIKI, GREECE, 2. 1ST DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY, ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI, PAPAGEORGIOU GENERAL HOSPITAL, THESSALONIKI, GREECE 88 14:22 Uncharted territory : Anaesthesia and the urinary bladder after delivery. Foon R1, Toozs-Hobson P1, Powles K1 1. Birmingham Women's hospital 13:30-14:30 Session 11 (Poster) - Ageing Chairs: Dr Mathias HD Pfisterer, Prof Mohamed Rafik El Halaby Location: Hall B Number Time Abstract 89 13:30 Does Nocturia Increase Fall-related Fractures and Mortality in a Community-dwelling Elderly Population Aged 70 Years and Over? : Results of a 3-year prospective cohort study in Japan Nakagawa H1, Ikeda Y1, Niu K2, Kaiho Y1, Ohmori-Matsuda K3, Nakaya N3, Imanishi R4, Nagatomi R2, Tsuji I3, Arai Y1 1. Department of Urology, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Department of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, 3. Department of Public Health and Forensic Medicine, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, 4. Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine 90 13:37 NOCTURIA IS NOT A URINARY SYMPTOM ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS IN OLDERS PEOPLE - RESULTS FROM A 2143 GERIATRIC POPULATION STUDY PINTARELLI V1, LORENZETTI F1, TAMANINI T1, PERCHON L1, SERAPHIM D1, FARTES G1, FREIRE M1, LUDWIG L1, RUSTORM J1, LEBRAO M L1, DAMBROS M1 1. Geriatric Urology Division of Federal University of São Paulo 91 13:45 Investigation of 2D real-time ultrasound as a measurement tool in a randomised controlled trial of pelvic floor muscle training in older women Sherburn M1, Bo K2, Galea M1 1. University of Melbourne, 2. Norwegian School of Sports Science 92 13:52 Effects of age on levator function and morphometry Weemhoff M1, Shek C2, Dietz H P2 1. Maastricht University Medical Center, Netherlands, 2. Nepean Hospital, University of Sydney, Australia 93 14:00 AGE-ASSOCIATED BRAIN CHANGES AND REGULATION OF BLADDER FUNCTION AMONG OLDER URGE-INCONTINENT WOMEN: ROLE OF WHITE MATTER HYPERINTENSITIES. Tadic S1, Aizenstein H2, Nable M2, Griffiths D1, Schaefer W1, Resnick N1 1. University of Pittsburgh, Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics, 2. University of Pittsburgh, Department of Psychiatry 94 14:07 Geriatric OAB: propiverine (a peripheral anticholinergic agent) can be added on to donepezil (a central cholinergic agent) without cognitive alteration Sakakibara R1, uchiyama T2, Yamamoto T2, Ito T2, Liu Z2, Yamanishi T3, Awa Y4, Yamaguchi C5, Kishi M1, Ogawa E1, Takahashi O6 1. Neurology, Internal Medicine, Sakura Medical Center, Toho University, Sakura, Japan, 2. Neurology, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, 3. Urology, Dokkyo Medical College, Tochigi, Japan, 4. Urology, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, 5. Central Laboratory Unit, Chiba University Hospital, Chiba, Japan, 6. Clinical Physiology Unit, Sakura Medical Center, Toho University, Sakura, Japan 95 14:15 Two-Year Outcomes after Surgery for Stress Urinary Incontinence in Older Versus Younger Women Richter H1, Goode P2, Brubaker L3, Zyczynski H4, Stoddard A5, Dandreo K6, Norton P7 1. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 2. University of Alabama at Birmingham; Birmingham/Atlanta Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center, Dept of Veteran's Affairs Medical Center, Birmingham, AL, 3. Loyola University, Maywood, IL, 4. Magee Women's Hospital, Pittsburg, PA, 5. New England Reserach Institute, Watertown, MA, 6. New England Research Institute, Watertown, MA, 7. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT for the Urinary Incontinence Treatment Network (UITN) 96 14:22 Randomized multicenter pilot trial shows benefit of manual physical therapies in treatment of urologic chronic pelvic pain Fitzgerald M P1, Anderson R U2, Payne C K2, Peters K M3, Clemens J Q4, Potts J5, Cen L6, Chuai S6, Kusek J W7, Nyberg L M7, for the Urologic Pelvic Pain Collaborative Research Network 7 1. Loyola University Medical Center, IL, 2. Stanford University School of Medicine, CA, 3. Beaumont Hospital, MI, 4. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, IL, 5. Cleveland Clinic, OH, 6. University of Pennsylvania, PA, 7. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Bethesda, MD. 14:30-15:00 Coffee break / Posters / Videos / Exhibition Location: Exhibition Area 15:00-16:00 Session 12 (Poster) - Clinical Neurourology Chairs: Dr Jacques Corcos, Abdel El Kassaby Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 97 15:00 RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE USE OF BOTULINUM TOXIN IN THE TREATMENT OF LOWER URINARY TRACT (LUT) DISORDERS AND PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTIONS: A EUROPEAN CONSENSUS PANEL REPORT Apostolidis A1, Dasgupta P2, Denys P3, Elneil S4, Fowler C J5, Giannantoni A6, Karsenty G7, Schulte-Baukloh H8, Schurch B9, Wyndaele J10 1. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 2. Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals & GKT Medical School, London, UK, 3. Raymond Poincare Hospital, University of Versailles, France, 4. University College Hospital, London, UK, 5. Institute of Neurology, UCL, London, UK, 6. Department of Urology, University of Perugia, Italy, 7. Saint Marguerite Hospital, University of Mediterranee, Marseilles Faculty of Medicine, France, 8. St. Hedwig Hospital, Academic Teaching Hospital of Charite University Hospital, Berlin, Germany, 9. The Swiss Paraplegic Centre, University Hospital Balgrist, Zurich, Switzerland, 10. University Hospital UZA, Antwerp, Belgium 98 15:07 Intravesical oxybutynin: a local anesthetic effect on the Ice Water Test and Electrical Perception Tresholds Van Meel T D1, De Wachter S1, Wyndaele J J1 1. University Of Antwerp / University Hospital Of Antwerp 99 15:15 Can bladder sensations recorded during ambulatory urodynamics be used for conditional nerve stimulation in spinal cord injury patients? Martens F1, van Kuppevelt D2, Beekman J2, Heesakkers J1 1. Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, 2. Maartenskliniek Nijmegen 100 15:22 Is a PVC-free catheter as well tolerated as a PVC catheter?A randomised multi-centre double blind study in experienced users of Clean Intermittent Catheterisation Witjes A1, Marberger M2, Del Popolo G3, Jonsson O4, Kaps H5, Chapple C6, Macdonald W7 1. Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, 2. Medical University of Vienna, Austria, 3. Careggi Hospital Spinal Cord Unit, Firenze, Italy, 4. Sahlgrenska Universitets sjukhuset, Göteborg , Sweden, 5. BG- Klinik Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany, 6. Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, UK, 7. Imperial College, London 101 15:30 PNE vs 1st stage tined lead: which one is a better screening test for sacral neuromodulation? Leong R1, Weil E1, de Bie R1, van Kerrebroeck P1 1. University Hospital Maastricht 102 15:37 SACRAL NERVE MODULATION: RESULTS IN DOUBLE PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION Ostardo E1, Masin A2, Andretta E3, Signorello D4, Pastorello M5, De Biaggi L6, De Santo T6 1. Department of Urology – City Hospital “S.ta Maria degli Angeli” PORDENONE- Italy, 2. Universitary Hospital- Padova - Italy, 3. Department of Urology – General Hospital DOLO (Venice), 4. Bolzano General Hospital- Urology Department - Bolzano - Italy, 5. Negrar Hospital - Urology Unit - Verona - Italy, 6. Medtronic Italia 103 15:45 Unilateral versus Bilateral Stage I Neuromodulator Lead Placement for the Treatment of Refractory Voiding Dysfunction Guralnick M1, Pham K1, O'Connor R C1 1. Medical College of Wisconsin 104 15:52 Lower urinary tract dysfunction in patients with familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy: Characteristics and therapeutic effects of liver transplantation Ichino M1, Igawa Y1, Ogawa T1, Seki S2, Ishizuka O1, Nishizawa O1 1. Department of urology Shinshu-university school of medicine, 2. Seki Urological clinic 15:00-16:00 Session 13 (Poster) - Epidemiology Chairs: Dr Christian Hampel, Amr Abdel Hakim Location: Hall B Number Time Abstract 105 15:00 Genetic and Environmental Influences on Stress Urinary Incontinence: Results of a Large Population-Based Classical Twin Study Nguyen A1, Aschkenazi S1, Gamble T1, Botros S1, Sand P1, Goldberg R1 1. Evanston Northwestern University 106 15:07 Nocturia is associated with chronic kidney disease Mohindra M1, Kramer H1, Cao G1, FitzGerald M P1 1. Loyola University Medical Center 107 15:15 Prevalence and Risk Factors of Overactive Bladder in Korean Children 5-13 years old: A Nationwide Multicenter Study CHUNG J M1, LEE S D2, Kwon D D3, Kim K S4, Kim S Y5, Park K H6, Park Y H7, Pai K S8, Suh H J9, Lee J W10, Ha T S11, Han S W12 1. Kosin University College of Medicine, Department of Urology, Busan, Korea, 2. College of Medicine, Pusan National University, Department of Urology, Busan, Korea, 3. Chonnam National University Hwasun Hospital, Department of Urology, Hwasun, Korea, 4. University of Ulsan, Asan Medical Center, Department of Urology, Seoul, Korea, 5. College of Medicine, Pusan National University, Department of Pediatrics, Busan, Korea, 6. Sungkyunkwan University Samsung Medical Center, Department of Urology, Seoul, Korea, 7. Yeungnam University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Daegu, Korea, 8. Ajou University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Suwon, Korea, 9. Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, Department of Urology, Incheon, Korea, 10. Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul, Korea, 11. Chungbuk National University Hospital, Department of Pediatrics, Cheongju, Korea, 12. Yonsei University Severance Hospital, Department of Urology, Seoul, Korea 108 15:22 Bother and impact of urinary urgency and urgency incontinence on health-related quality of life: results of a population-based study Tikkinen K A O1, Ala-Lipasti M A2, Tammela T3, Auvinen A4 1. Department of Urology, Medical School and School of Public Health, Tampere University Hospital and University of Tampere, 2. Department of Surgery and Medical School, Seinäjoki Central Hospital and University of Tampere, 3. Department of Urology and Medical School, Tampere University Hospital and University of Tampere, 4. Tampere School of Public Health, University of Tampere, Finland 109 15:30 An Epidemiological Study of Voiding and Defecation Habits in Korean Children 5-13 years old: A Nationwide Multicenter Study CHUNG J M1, LEE S D2, Kang D I3, Kim K S4, Kim S Y5, Park K H6, Park Y H7, Pai K S8, Suh H J9, Lee J W10, Ha T S11, Han S W12 1. Kosin University College of Medicine, Department of Urology, Busan, Korea, 2. College of Medicine, Pusan National University, Department of Urology, Busan, Korea, 3. InJe University College of Medicine, Department of Urology, Busan, Korea, 4. University of Ulsan, Asan Medical Center, Department of Urology, Seoul, Korea, 5. College of Medicine, Pusan National University, Department of Pediatrics, Busan, Korea, 6. Sungkyunkwan University Samsung Medical Center, Department of Urology, Seoul, Korea, 7. Yeungnam University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Daegu, Korea, 8. Ajou University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Suwon, Korea, 9. Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, Department of Urology, Incheon, Korea, 10. Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University, Department of Pediatrics, Seoul, Korea, 11. Chungbuk National University Hospital, Department of Pediatrics, Cheongju, Korea, 12. Yonsei University Severance Hospital, Department of Urology, Seoul, Korea 110 15:37 SOURCES OF BIAS IN THE MEASUREMENT OF BLADDER AND BOWEL SYMPTOMS Bower W1, Ng C F1, Yip S K1 1. Chinese University of Hong Kong 111 15:45 Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) among Arabic Muslim Women: Different Prospect of Management El-Azab A1, Imam H2 1. Female Urology Unit, Urology Department, Assiut University Hospital, Assiut university, Assiut, Egypt, 2. Gastroenterology unit, Internal Medicine Department, Assiut University Hospital, Assiut university, Assiut, Egypt 112 15:52 Incidence of Stress Urinary Incontinence following Surgical Repair of Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Previously Continent Women Al-Mandeel H1, Ross S2, Robert M2, Milne J2 1. King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2. University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada 20:00-23:00 Gala Dinner Location: The Pyramids Friday 24th October 2008 08:30-10:00 Session 14 (Podium) - Basic Science Chairs: Dr Naoki Yoshimura, Prof Magdy Fath-Alla Mansour Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 113 08:30 Bilateral iliac artery endothelial injury and hypercholesterolemia lead to bladder overactivity in the rat. Nomiya M1, Shishido K1, Aikawa K1, Kataoka M1, Iwasaki M1, Yamaguchi O1 1. Fukushima medical university 114 08:45 Establishment of a bladder ischemia/reperfusion-induced bladder overactivity model and the effects of tamsulosin on bladder blood flow and bladder function in that model Matsumoto S1, Hanai T1, Okutsu H2, Noguchi Y2, Ohtake A2, Suzuki M2, Sasamata M2, Uemura H3 1. Urological and Urodynamics Center, Koushinkai Hospital, 2. Apllied Pharmacology Research Labs., Astellas Pharma Inc., 3. Department of Urology, Kinki University School of Medicine 115 09:00 Expression of RhoA mRNA and activated RhoA in urothelium and smooth muscle, and effects of a Rho-kinase inhibitor on contraction of the porcine urinary bladder Yamanishi T1, Yoshida K1, Nakanishi K1, Sakakibara R2, Uchiyama Y3 1. Dokkyou Medical University, 2. Toho University Sakura, 3. Chiba University 116 09:15 Adrenergic alpha1 receptor activation to heal damaged urothelium might contribute to normal micturition reflex. Momota Y1, Wang X1, Kawatani M1 1. Department of Neuriphysiology, Faculty of Medicine, Akita University 117 09:30 The correlation between prostaglandin E2, bladder outlet obstruction, and reactivation of c-fibers in the human bladder Hirayama A1, Fujimoto K1, Torimoto K1, Hirao Y1 1. Nara medical university 118 09:45 Effects of intravesical capsaicin, resiniferatoxin and ATP on primary bladder afferent activity of the rat Igawa Y1, Aizawa N1, Iijima K1, Wyndaele J J2, Andersson K E3, Nishizawa O1 1. Shinshu University Graduate School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Matsomoto, Japan, 2. University of Antwerp, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Antwerp, Belgium, 3. Wake Forest University, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston Salem, USA 10:00-10:30 SOA-4 "Congenital genitourinary anomalies - from childhood to adult" Chair: Prof Sherif Mourad (Egypt) Speaker: Dr Mario De Gennaro (Italy) Location: Hall A 10:30-11:00 Coffee break / Posters / Videos / Exhibition Location: Exhibition Area 11:00-12:30 ICS Annual General Meeting Location: Hall A 12:30-13:30 Lunch Location: Exhibition Area 12:30-13:30 ICS 2008 Scientific Committee Prizes Meeting 13:30-14:30 Session 15 (Poster) - Stress Incontinence Surgery (2) Chairs: Dr Ranee Thakar, Prof Hisham A Mosli Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 119 13:30 Urethral hypermobility - fascial or muscular defect? Masata J1, Svabik K1, Martan A1 1. Obstet. Gynecol. Department, Charles University Prague 120 13:37 Surgery for concomitant Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Urinary Stress Incontinence.A multicenter prospective randomized trial to compare the Results of an Incontinence Procedure performed at the time of Prolapse Repair or 3 months after. Borstad E1, Abdelnoor M1, Mogimi K2, Sandved M3, Majida M4, Western K5, Rokkones E6, Paulsen A G7, Staff A C8, Kulseng-Hanssen S9 1. Ulleval University Hospital, 2. St. Olavs Hospital, 3. Bærum Central Hospital, 4. Akershus University Hospital, 5. Oestfold Central hospital, 6. The National Hospital of Norway, 7. Haukeland University Hospital, 8. Ulleval University Hospital, 9. Bærum Central Hospital 121 13:45 Laparoscopic Burch colposuspension compared to laparotomy for treatment urinary stress incontinence Stangel-Wojcikiewicz K1 1. Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics Collegium Medicum Jagiellonian University 122 13:52 Does tape tension have an effect on the success rate of transobturator tape surgery? Park H K1, Lee H W1, Kim H G2, Lee K S1 1. dongguk university international hospital, 2. Konkuk university hospital 123 14:00 How can we determine proper tension for new minimally invasive sling surgery (TVT-secur)? : Prospective randomized study Seo J H1, Kim G N1, Yoo E S2, Kwon T G2, Chung S K2, Kim B W2, Seo Y J3, Chang H S4, Park C H4, Kim D Y5, Jung H C6, Kim H T6 1. College of medicine Pochon CHA university, Kumi CHA hospital,Gyeongsangbukdo, South Korea, 2. Kyoungpook national university, Daegu, South Korea, 3. Dongguk university, Gyeongsangbukdo, South Korea, 4. College of medicine, Keimyung University, Daegu, South Korea, 5. Daegu Catholic university, Daegu, South Korea, 6. College of Medicine, Yeungnam University, Daegu, South Korea 124 14:07 Are predictive factors for persistent incontinence after mid-urethral sling operation different in between pure stress and mixed incontinence ? Jeong S J1, Hwang I S1, Chung J S1, Han B K1, Min K E1, Hong S K1, Byun S1, Lee S E1 1. Department of Urology, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital 125 14:15 THE INFLUENCE OF PREOPERATIVE BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION ON THE CONTINENCE RATE AND SATISFACTION AFTER MIDURETHRAL SLING IN FEMALE PATIENT WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE Kim S1, Kim J H2, Choi H W1, Cho H J1, Hong S1, Hwang T1, Kim J C1 1. Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Catholic university of Korea, 2. Department of Urology, Yonsei University College of Medicine 126 14:22 The results of SPARC procedure for female stress urinary incontinence stratified by preoperative Valsalva leak point pressure Sung L H1, Noh C H1, Chung J Y1, Yu J H1, Park J M1 1. Inje university Sanggye Paik hospital 13:30-14:30 Session 16 (Poster) - Paediatric Urology / Overactive Bladder Chairs: Dr Osamu Yamaguchi, Mohamed Eissa Location: Hall B Number Time Abstract 127 13:30 Nocturnal polyuria and nocturnal arginine vasopressin (AVP): a key factor in the patho-physiology of monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis abdel fattah D1, Ezzat M1, Shaker H1, Ismail M1 1. Faculty of medicine, Ain shams University, cairo, egypt 128 13:37 Vesicostomy as a protection of the upper urinary tract on long follow up and the associated lifestyle adjustments of patient’s caretaker Dancona C1, Prudente A1, Reis L1, Franca R1, Miranda M1, Ikari O1, Junior W1 1. UNICAMP 129 13:45 Interstim Implants in the Pediatric Population Neal D1 1. University of Missouri-Columbia 130 13:52 ALTERED MODULATION OF ADRENERGIC SIGNALING BY SMOOTH MUSCLE CAVEOLAE IN DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY Cristofaro V1, Radisavljevic Z M1, Yalla S V1, Sullivan M P1 1. Boston VA Healthcare System, Harvard Medical School 131 14:00 Microcirculation in the urinary bladder wall in OAB female patients Kuzmin I1, Al-Shukri S1, Lukina E1, Boriskin A1 1. St Petersburg State Medical Pavlov University, Urology Department 132 14:07 Routine MSU culture in patients with symptoms of OAB may be missing many genuine infections Khasriya R1, Khan S1, Bignall J1, Lunawat R1, Malone-Lee J1 1. UCL 133 14:15 BOTOX® FOR IDIOPATHIC OVERACTIVE BLADDER PATIENTS REFRACTORY TO ANTIMUSCARINIC THERAPY IN THE ABSENCE OF DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY Gousse A1, Barboglio P1, Cohen B1, Rodriguez D1, Caruso D1 1. University of Miami Miller School of Medicine 134 14:22 Patient-selected goals in overactive bladder: a placebo controlled randomised double-blind trial of transdermal oxybutynin for the treatment of urgency and urge incontinence. Cartwright R1, Srikrishna S1, Cardozo L1, Robinson D1 1. King's College Hospital 14:30-15:00 Coffee break / Posters / Videos / Exhibition Location: Exhibition Area 15:00-16:00 Session 17 (Podium) - Pelvic Floor (2) Chairs: Mr Abdul H Sultan, Prof Mohamed Abdelhady Gomha Location: Hall A Number Time Abstract 135 15:00 Removing the cervix at hysterectomy - an unnecessary intervention? Thakar R1, Srivastava R1, Ayers S2, Manyonda I3 1. Mayday University Hospital, Croydon, UK, 2. University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, 3. St. George's Hospital, Tooting, UK 136 15:15 Post Operative Urinary Incontinence Following Total Abdominal Hysterectomy or Supracervical Hysterectomy: A Meta-analysis Robert M1, Soraisham A1, Sauve R1 1. University of Calgary 137 15:30 Assessing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Combined analysis of Static and Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings El Sayed R1, El Mashed S1, Farag A1, Morsy M1, Abdel Azim M1 1. Departments of Radiology,1,2; Surgery,3; Anatomy ,4 and Urology,5 Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt 138 15:45 The Effect on the Pelvic Floor Muscles (PFM) and Urethra during a Cough in Continent and Stress Urinary Incontinent (SUI) Women. Jones Lovegrove R1, Peng Q2, Stokes M3, Humphrey V4, Constantinou C E2 1. School of Health Professions & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Southampton, SO15 7PR, UK, Stanford University School of Medicine, CA, USA, 2. PAVA Medical Centre & Department of Urology, Stanford University School of Medicine, CA, USA, 3. School of Health Professions & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Southampton, SO15 7PR, UK, 4. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, SO15 7PR, UK 16:00-17:00 Awards & Closing Ceremony Location: Hall A 18:00-21:00 ICS Continence Promotion Committee Public Forum Location: Intercontinental City Stars Hotel Video Number Category Abstract 139 Neurourology: Clinical Intraspinal nerve re-routing to reestablish bladder function in spinal cord injured patients Sievert K1, Amend B1, Winter B1, Anastasiadis A2, Badke A3, Kaps H3, Tatagiba M4, Stenzl A1 1. Department of Urology, University of Tuebingen, 2. Department of Urology, Hospital of Großburgwedel, Germany, 3. BG Unfallklinik Tuebingen, Spinal Cord Unit, Germany, 4. Department of Neurosurgery, University of Tuebingen, Germany 140 Reconstructive Surgery: LUT Augmentation enterocystoplasty with a continent catheterizable Montie conduit Osman T1, Fawaz K1, Elhalaby R1, Elkassaby A1 1. Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt 141 Reconstructive Surgery: Pelvic Floor Anterior and Posterior Vaginal Pelvic Floor Defect Repair with the Avaulta Biosynthetic Support System De Vita D1, Auriemma G1, Araco F2, Bigozzi M A3, Piccione E4 1. Department of Obstetric Gynecology St. Francesco D'Assisi Hospital, Oliveto Citra, SALERNO, 2. Ph.D. in Advanced Surgical and Rehabilitative treatment of Female Pelvic Floor Disorders. “Tor Vergata” University of Rome, Italy, 3. Section of Gynecology and Obstetrics, School of Medicine, University Hospital of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4. Department of General Surgery, University of Rome “Tor Vergata” , Italy 142 Reconstructive Surgery: Pelvic Floor The gentle laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy: Additional video presentation of the german method Banerjee C1, Noe K G1 1. KKH Dormagen (attached Hospital of the University of Cologne) 143 Reconstructive Surgery: LUT Genitourinary mobilization with vesicovaginal fistula repair Wadie B1 1. Urology and Nephrology Center 144 Reconstructive Surgery: Pelvic Floor Intravaginal mesh repair of apical and anterior vaginal prolapse using the "Capio" system Meschia M1, Baccichet R2, Ricci L3, Spreafico L4 1. Dept. Obstetrics Gynecology, Magenta. Italy, 2. Dept. Obstet. Gynecol, Conegliano Veneto. Italy, 3. Dept. Obstet Gynecol, Montecchio Emilia. Italy, 4. Dept. Obstet Gynecol, Montecchio Emilia. Italy 145 Surgery for Stress Incontinence Comparison between two single incision minimally invasive procedures, MiniArc and Needleless, for the treatment of primary stress urinary incontinence Meschia M1, Baccichet R2, Riva D3, Ricci L4, Spreafico L5 1. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Magenta. Italy, 2. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Conegliano Veneto. Italy, 3. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cantù. Italy, 4. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Montecchio Emilia. Italy, 5. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Montecchio Emilia. Italy 146 Surgery for Stress Incontinence Fast Implantation of an Artificial Urethral Sphincter Through a Peno-scrotal Approach Sievert K1, Amend B1, Wilson S K2, Anastasiadis A3, Nagele U1, Kuczyk M4, Stenzl A1 1. Department of Urology, University of Tuebingen, Germany, 2. University of Arkansas, Medical Sciences, Little Rock, United States, 3. Department of Urology, Hospital of Großburgwedel, Germany, 4. Department of Urology, Hannover Medical School, Germany 147 Surgery for Stress Incontinence Implantation of an urethral artificial sphincter in a female patient Sievert K1, Amend B1, Anastasiadis A2, Nagele U1, Seibold J1, Stenzl A1 1. Department of Urology, University of Tuebingen, Germany, 2. Department of Urology, Hospital of Großburgwedel, Germany 148 Imaging Techniques New surgical technique to implant InterStim lead guide by three dimensional multislice computer tomography D'ancona C1, Reges R1, Miyaoka R1, Silva W1, Caserta N1, Delai R1, Silva D1 1. UNICAMP 149 Reconstructive Surgery: LUT Treatment of extensive BXO involving the whole pendulous urethra with bilateral buccal mucosa grafts Osman T1, Eltahawy I1, Elkassaby A1 1. Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt 150 Pelvic Floor Application of EndoFast Reliant™ System - a novel soft tissue fastening technique for Pelvic Organ Prolapse repair vontheobald P1, alcalay M2 1. CHU de Caen, 2. Chaim Sheba Medical Center 151 Surgery for Stress Incontinence To Form Urethra-Vesical Angle for Treatment of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: A Novel Technique Kilinc M1 1. Selcuk University Meram Medical School Urology Department 152 Neurourology: Clinical Implantation of two Interstim II neurostimulators with abdominal or buttock positioning Sievert K1, Amend B1, Winter B1, Anastasiadis A2, Stenzl A1 1. Department of Urology, University of Tuebingen, 2. Department of Urology, Hospital of Großburgwedel, Germany 153 Reconstructive Surgery: Pelvic Floor Sacrospinous ligament suspension treatment for severe hysterocele: a new technique "hysteropexy without mesh De Vita D1, Araco F2, Auriemma G1, Bigozzi M A3, Piccione E4 1. Department of Obstetric Gynecology St. Francesco D'Assisi Hospital, Oliveto Citra, SALERNO, 2. 2Section of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, “Tor Vergata” University Hospital of Rome, Viale Oxford 81, 00133 Rome, Italy., 3. Section of Gynecology and Obstetrics, School of Medicine, “University Hospital" Buenos Aires, 4. Department of General Surgery, University of Rome “Tor Vergata” , Italy 154 LUTS in Women Endoscopic resection of a long ureteric fibroepethelial polyp presenting with a peculiar endoscopic sign Osman T1 1. Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt 155 Neurourology: Clinical Mitrofanof diversion and pubovaginal sling for treatment of females with neurogenic bladder and sphincteric deficiency Osman T1, Fawaz K1 1. Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt 156 Surgery for Stress Incontinence Male Bulbourethral Sling with Tissue Fixation System (TFS): an option to urinary incontinence due to intrinsic sphincter deficiency Reges R1, D'ancona C1, Palma P1, Riccetto C1, Silva D1, Thiel M1 1. UNICAMP Non-Discussion Posters Number Category Abstract 157 Anatomy Levator Ani or Pelvic Diaphragm - What is in the name? Raizada V1, Weinstien M1, Pretorius D1, SUNG-AI J1, Nager C1, Mittal R1 1. UCSD 158 Anatomy Who amongst your patients is most likely to suffer from levator avulsion? Dietz H P1, Sindhusake D P1 1. University of Sydney 159 Anatomy Histological assessment of vaginal wall at different stages of Pelvic Organ Prolapse Spelzini F1, Manodoro S1, Nicolini G2, Tredici G2, Milani R1 1. Azienda Ospedaliera SanGerardo Monza, Università Milano Bicocca, 2. Università Milano Bicocca 160 Anatomy Topohistology of the female perineal membrane and cavernous nerve: a study using pelvic floor semiserial sections from elderly nulliparous and multiparous women Kato M1, Inoue Y1, Matsubara A1, Usui T1 1. Department of Urology, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Hiroshima University 161 Anatomy Perineal length: relationship between the length of the perineum and ethnic origin dua A1, Whitworth M1, Hill S1 1. Queens Park Hospital, Blackburn 162 Anatomy Mid-Urethral Slings for Stress Urinary Incontinence: Applying Urethro-vesical Junction Descent to Predict Outcome Hong Y K1, Jang W K1, Oh J J1, Ji S H1 1. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Pochon CHA University 163 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Proteomic analysis of vaginal tissues in women with pelvic organ prolapse using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry Qian S1, Song Y1 1. Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Fuzhou General Hospital 164 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Uni-axial mechanical stretch changes cell shape with actin stress fiber reorganization and activates c-Jun NH2 terminal kinase in human bladder smooth muscle cells / Involvement of RhoA and ROCK. Kushida N1, Takahashi N1, Matsuoka T1, Shiraiwa M1, Yanagida T1, Yamaguchi O1 1. Fukushima medical university 165 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Study on estrogen receptors (ERa and ERß) in tissues around levator ani muscles of female stress urinary incontinence. Zhu L1, Lang J1, Lu Y1, Chen J1 1. Peking Union Medical College Hospital 166 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Differences in the sensory innervation of the bladder base and bladder neck Grol S1, Essers P1, van Koeveringe G1, de Vente J2, Gillespie J3, van Kerrebroeck P1 1. University Hospital Maastricht, 2. European Graduate School of Neuroscience (EURON), Maastricht University, 3. The Uro-physiology Research Group, Institute of Cellular Medicine, The Medical School, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne 167 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The distribution of sensory fibres in the mouse bladder: possibly different classes of sensory nerve Biallosterski B1, Essers P1, van Koeveringe G1, Gillespie J1, van Kerrebroeck P1 1. University Hospital Maastricht, department of Urology 168 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology PKC-mediated regulation of contraction is altered in urinary bladder smooth muscle in response to partial bladder outlet obstruction Chacko S1, Chang S1, Hypolite J1, Zderic S1, Wein A1 1. University of Pennsylvania 169 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The location and role of prostaglandin receptors (type 1: EP1) in the bladder and urethra Rahnama'i M S1, Essers P1, de Vente J2, van Koeveringe G1, van Kerrebroeck P1, Gillespie J1 1. University Hospital Maastricht, 2. European Graduate School of Neuroscience (EURON), Maastricht University 170 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The localisation of cyclo-oxygenase immuno-reactivity (COX I-IR) in the urothelium and in the sub-urothelial interstitial cells of the bladder Grol S1, van Koeveringe G2, Essers P1, de Vente J3, van Kerrebroeck P1, Gillespie J4 1. University Hospital Maastricht, 2. University Hospital Maastricht, 3. European Graduate School of Neuroscience (EURON), Maastricht University, 4. The Uro-physiology Research Group, Institute of Cellular Medicine, The Medical School, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne 171 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology THE PREVENTIVE EFFECTS OF VITAMIN E IN AGED DIABETIC RATS BLADDER AGAINST OXIDATIVE DAMAGE aybek H1, Aybek Z2, Abban G3, Rota S1 1. Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Pamukkale University, Denizli, Turkey, 2. Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Pamukkale University, Denizli, Turkey, 3. Department of Histology and Embriyology, Faculty of Medicine, Pamukkale University, Denizli, Turkey 172 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Proteomic analysis of proteins changed by bilateral orchiectomy in the rabbit bladder Kim H1, Kim H2, Choi J3, Yang S4, Kim D5 1. Department of Urology, Dankook University College of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, Chungnam National University College of Medicine, 3. Department of Urology, Ajou University College of Medicne, 4. Department of Urology, Konkook University College of Medicine, 5. Department of Urology, Daegu Catholic University College of Medicine 173 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Polymorphisms of COLIA1 and MMP-9 and risk of pelvic organ prolapse PIFAROTTI P1, ANTONAZZO P1, CAZZANIGA G1, TERZAGHI F1, VIGANO' P1, BUONAGUIDI A1 1. INSTITUTE OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY II " L. MANGIAGALLI", UNIVERSITY OF MILAN 174 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Effects of pregnancy and delivery in the NGF expression in urethra rats. zucchi E1, jármy-di bella Z1, takano C1, ruano J M1, simões M J1, girão M1, sartori M1 1. unifesp-epm 175 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Interstitial cell nodes; a new structure in the normal bladder Grol S1, Essers P1, de Vente J2, van Koeveringe G1, Gillespie J3, van Kerrebroeck P1 1. University Hospital Maastricht, 2. European Graduate School of Neuroscience (EURON), Maastricht University, 3. The Uro-physiology Research Group, Institute of Cellular Medicine, The Medical School, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne 176 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Bladder collagen modulation after partial bladder outlet obstruction comparing the rabbit and the rat models. Nunes R1, Utsonomia K1, Silveira M1, Leite K1, Srougi M1, Bruschini H1 1. University of São Paulo - Faculty of Medicine 177 Detrusor Overactivity Differential regional expression of connexin isotypes in bladder smooth muscle Cristofaro V1, Radisavljevic Z M1, Yalla S V1, Sullivan M P1 1. Boston VA Healthcare System, Harvard Medical School 178 Detrusor Overactivity Predicting Persistent Detrusor Overactivity Following Sling Procedures Gamble T1, Botros S1, Beaumont J2, Aschkenazi S2, Nguyen A2, Goldberg R1, Sand P1 1. Evanston Northwestern Healthcare, 2. Evanston Northwestern Healthcare 179 Detrusor Overactivity SOLifenacin Alone and with simplified bladder Re-training in overactive bladder syndrome: the prospective, randomised SOLAR Study Mattiasson A1, Morton R2, Bolodeoku J3 1. University Hospital, Department of Urology, Lund, Sweden, 2. Astellas Pharma Europe BV, Clinical Data Sciences, Leiderdorp, The Netherlands, 3. Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd, Medical Affairs Europe, Staines, UK 180 Detrusor Overactivity English Botulinum Toxin A: Evaluation of urodynamics before and after standardized injection regime in idiopathic and neurogenic detrusor overactivity non responsive to pharmacological treatment Alloussi S1, Lang C1, Alloussi S H1, Eichel R1, Salman O1 1. Städtisches Klinikum Neunkirchen 181 Detrusor Overactivity CB1 and CB2 Receptors in the Urinary Bladder of Different Species: Morphological and Functional Characterization Gratzke C1, Park A2, Streng T3, Sigl K1, Christ G2, Stief C G1, Hedlund P4, Andersson K2 1. Department of Urology, LMU Munich, Germany, 2. Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Medical Center Boulevard, Winston Salem, NC, USA, 3. Department of Pharmacology, Drug Development and Therapeutics, University of Turku, Turku, Finland, 4. Department of Clinical Chemistry and Pharmacology, Lund University Hospital, Lund, Sweden 182 Detrusor Overactivity Pitfalls in the treatment of patients w

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