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ICS 2006, Christchurch

27th November - 1st December 2006

Key

Webcast / Video
Plenary Podium
Podium
Podium Short Oral
State of the Art Lecture
Closing Ceremony
Opening Ceremony
Promotional Event
Prize Award
Working
Private
Business Meeting
Committee Activity
Committee Meeting
Educational Course
Meet the Experts
Physical Activity
Society Meeting
Workshop
Social Event
Lunch
Non Discussion Video
Open Discussion Video
Podium Video
Non Discussion Abstract
Point Counterpoint Discussion
Round Table Discussion
Coffee Break
Tea Break
Press Conference
Satellite Symposium
Dedicated Poster Viewing
Non Discussion Poster
Open Discussion ePoster
Open Discussion Poster
Oral ePoster
Podium Poster
Edit Admin Podium Session 1 - Pregnancy & Childbirth:Main Auditorium
Wednesday 29th November 2006

09:00-10:30

6 Abstracts
09:00 1 #6185 PDF Abstract Parity is not related to myelinated axon content of levator ani nerve while parturition transiently affects volume and magnetic resonance contrast intensity of pelvic floor muscles in the squirrel monkey
Kuehl T J1, Biaggi A1, Pierce L M1, King R T1, Gendron J M1, Boren S1, Runge V1, Shull B L1 1. Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Clinic
09:15 2 #6186 PDF Abstract An epidemiological study to assess prevalence and risk factors for pelvic floor dysfunction in primigravidae delivered 20 years earlier
Dolan L M1, Lee R2, Hilton P1 1. Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Trust, 2. University of Edinburgh Medical School
09:30 3 #6187 PDF Abstract DOES DELAYED CHILDBEARING INCREASE THE RISK OF LEVATOR INJURY IN LABOUR?
Dietz H P1, Lekskulchai O2 1. University of Sydney, 2. Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand
09:45 4 #6188 PDF Abstract Obstetric anal sphincter injury- a prospective study at two years, following standardised management in a dedicated Perineal Clinic at a tertiary hospital
Sloane K1, Higgs P1, Goh J1, Carey M1, Tan J2, Tjandra J2 1. Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, 2. Royal Melbourne Hospital
10:00 5 #6189 PDF Abstract Should women who sustained obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) be allowed a vaginal delivery?
Scheer I1, Thakar R1, Sultan A1 1. Urogynaecology Unit, Mayday University Hospital
10:15 6 #6190 PDF Abstract Personal and Treatment Costs of Childbirth Related Incontinence.
Ho M1, Kuteesa W2, Short A 2, Eastwood A2, Moore K 3 1. Dept. Health Economics, UNSW, 2. Dept. Urogynaecology St Geaorge Hospital, Sydney., 3. Dept. Urogynaecology, UNSW. St Geaorge Hospital, Sydney.