#101 Is increased collagen metabolism the cause or effect of prolapse?: a controlled study
Laborda E1, Gelman W1, Anthony F2, Monga A1 1. Princess Anne Hospital, 2. Southampton University
#102 Urethral function following vaginal or caesarean delivery.
Chaliha C 1, Khullar V1, Sultan A2, Monga A3, Stanton S L4 1. Imperial College, St Mary's Hospital, 2. Mayday University Hospital, 3. Southampton General Hospital, 4. St George's Hospital, London
#103 Association of the Magnitude of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Presence and Severity of Symptoms
Barber M1, Walters M1, Bump R 2 1. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2. Lilly Research Labs
#104 Pelvic relaxation in nulliparous postmenopausal women and their parous sisters.
Buchsbaum G1, Kerr L2, Guzick D1 1. University of Rochester, 2. Burlington, Vermont
#105 PUBOCOCCYGEAL MUSCLE INTEGRITY AND URETHRAL CLOSURE PRESSURES DURING VOLITIONAL PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE CONTRACTION IN WOMEN WITHOUT STRESS INCONTINENCE OR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
Miller J M1, Umek W H1, DeLancey J1, Ashton-Miller J A1 1. University of Michigan
#106 Stress urinary incontinence, urethral support, and urethral function among women with pelvic organ prolapse analyzed by prolapse type
Morgan D1, Fenner D1, Wolfgang U1, Guire K 1, DeLancey J 1 1. University of Michigan
#107 Severity of Pelvic Organ Prolapse is Associated with Measurements of Genital Hiatus
Ghetti C1, Gregory T1, Edwards R1, Clark A1 1. Oregon Health and Science University
#108 DYNAMOMETRIC EVALUATION OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES FUNCTION IN CONTINENT AND STRESS URINARY INCONTINENT WOMEN
Morin M1, Dumoulin C1, Bourbonnais D1, Lemieux M1, Gravel D1 1. University of Montreal
#109 Long term evaluation of the tissue response and mechanical properties of two collagen based and polypropylene implants in a rabbit model for abdominal wall repair .
Claerhout F1, Deprest J2, Zheng F3, Konstantinovic M4, Lagae P4, De Ridder D5 1. UniversityPelvic Floor Unit, Hospital Gasthuisberg, 2. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynaecology, UZ Gasthuisberg, 3. Centre for Surgical Technologies, KU Leuven, 4. Centre for Surgical Technologies, 5. Dept. Urology, UZ Gasthuisberg
#110 Is the efficacy of pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation for urinary stress incontinence age-related? A revision of 170 women
Canepa G1, Garaventa M1, Parodi M1, Steardo L1, Satta P1, Maffenzzini M1 1. E.O.Ospedali Galliera
#111 Single Blind, Randomized Trial of Pelvic Floor Muscle Training (PFMT), Biofeedback Assissted Pelvic Floor Muscle Training (BAPFMT) and Electrical Stimulation (ES) in the Management of Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Wang A1, Wang Y1 1. Chang Gung University Hospital
#112 Long-term anatomic results of discrete site-specific defect repair versus traditional posterior colporrhaphy for the correction of advanced rectocele: a 1 year follow-up analysis
Abramov Y1, Kwon C1, Gandhi S1, Goldberg R1, Sand P1 1. Evanston Continence Center, Evanston Northwestern Healthcare, Northwestern University