#368 THE PREVALENCE OF MAJOR ABNORMALITIES OF THE LEVATOR ANI IN UROGYNAECOLOGICAL PATIENTS
Steensma A 1, Dietz H P1, Pardey J2 1. RPAH, 2. Nepean Hospital, Penrith
#369 Comparison of urethral pressure profiles between nulli parous and ex-breeder anaesthetised beagles.
Hall D1, Westbrook S2 1. Pfizer Global Research and Development, 2. Pfizer Global Research and Developement
#370 The Distribution of Pelvic Organ Support in Korea Population Women
Kim J1, Cho J2, Joo K2, Seo J T2 1. Samsung Cheil Hospital & Women's Healthcare Center, Sungkyunkwan University, School of Medicine, 2. Samsung Cheil Hospital
#371 Refining ACT balloon placement: anatomical relationship between adjustable continence therapy (ACT) balloon (and Trocar) and female erectile tissue.
Kocjancic E1, Frea B1, Sauter T2, O’Connell H3 1. Universita del Piemonte Orientale, 2. Bezirk Spital Olten , 3. University of Melbourne
#372 NEONATAL EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL DISRUPTORS DECREASES ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-beta AND SUPPRESSES APOPTOSIS OF THE PROSTATE AFTER PUBERTY
Hayami S1, Sugiyama T1, Unno T2, Shinbo H2, Otuka A2, Ozono S2, Honma S3 1. Department of Urology, Yaizu Municipal General Hospital, 2. Department of Urology, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, 3. Department of Pharmacological Research, Teikoku Hormone Mfg. Co., Ltd
#373 TGF beta1 regulates cell differentiation and causes the up-regulation of connective tissue growth factor in human prostate stromal cell
Suzuki K1, Obara K 1, Kobayashi K1, Yamana K 1, Itoi T 1, Takahashi K 1 1. Division of Urology, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Science, Niigata University
#374 Xestospongin diminishes overactive contractions in the obstructed guinea pig bladder.
Dassen E1, van Koeveringe G2, van Kerrebroeck P2 1. University Hospital Maastricht, department of urology, 2. University Hospital Maastricht
#375 Highly expression of Angiotensin Ⅱ type-1 receptor (AT1) in the rat detrusor muscle with bladder outlet obstruction
Toubu S1, Noguchi M1, Mori K1, Matsuo M1, Nomata K1, Kanetake H1 1. Department of Urology, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
#376 The novel use of telemetry to monitor bladder function in the conscious rat.
Hall D1, Westbrook S1 1. Pfizer Global Research and Development
#377 Does Over-working Impair Quality of Life?
Balmforth J 1, Robinson D 1, Cardozo L 1, Parsons M 1, Dixon A1 1. Kings College Hospital
#378 Efficacy and tolerability of darifenacin, a muscarinic M3 selective receptor antagonist compared with oxybutynin in the treatment of patients with overactive bladder
Zinner N1, Tuttle J 2, Marks L 3 1. Medical Director, Western Clinical Research Inc. Los Angeles, USA, 2. Network Trials Inc. , Lexington, USA, 3. Urological Sciences Research Foundation and UCLA Department of Urology, Los Angeles, USA
#379 Inhibition of non micturition activity by Calcetonin Gene Related Peptide
Gillespie J1 1. The University of Newcastle
#380 Clinical Effectiveness of Suburothelial Injection of Botulinum A Toxin in the Treatment of Refractory Detrusor Overactivity
Liu H1, Kuo H1 1. Buddhist Tzu Chi General Hospital
#381 Factors Correlated With Urge Urinary Incontinence Following Surgery for Stress Incontinence
Morgan D 1, Hsu Y 1, Stoffel J 1, Nagel S 1, Fenner D1, DeLancey J 1, McGuire E1, Wei J 1 1. University of Michigan
#382 Improvement in Urgency Perception After Tolterodine Treatment Is Associated With Patient Satisfaction With Treatment
Brubaker L1, Guan Z2, Wang J T2, Bavendam T2 1. Loyola University Medical Center, 2. Pfizer Inc
#383 BOTULINUM TOXIN A (BOTOX) IN TREATMENT OF NONNEUROGENIC DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INCONTINENCE
Bagi P1, Krøyer K2 1. Rigshospitalet, 2. Frederiksberg
#384 Interstitial cells in the bladder wall identified by an antibody to the c-Kit receptor ACK-2
Gillespie J1, Markerink-van Ittersum M 2, de Vente J2 1. The University of Newcastle , 2. European Graduate School of Neuroscience (EURON), Maastricht University, Department of Psychiatry an
#385 Novel unstable bladder model in hypercholesterolemia rat
Son H1, Park W2, Hong S K3, Park K3, Ku J H 3, Kim S W3, Choi H3, Paick J3 1. Seoul Municipal Boramae Hospital, 2. Inha University Hospital, 3. Seoul National University Hospital
#386 Assessment of Transdermal Oxybutynin in Overactive Bladder: Naive and Previously Treated Patients
Hampel C1, Dmochowski R2, Huvenne A3 1. Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitat, 2. Vanderbilt University, 3. UCB Pharma
#387 LOCAL NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION IS INVOLVED IN SUPPRESSION OF CAPSAICIN-INDUCED DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY IN THE RAT
Masuda H1, Chancellor M1, Kihara K 2, de Groat W3, Yoshimura N4 1. Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology and Reproductive Medicine, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, 3. Department of Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 4. Department of Urology and Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
#388 INVOLUNTARY CONTRACTION AWARENESS AND BLADDER STRENGTH IN MEN WITH IDIOPATHIC DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY
Cucchi A1, Giliberto G L2, Guarnaschelli C3, Siracusano S4, Rovereto B5 1. Divisione di Urologia, Policlinico S. Matteo, IRCCS, Pavia, Italy, 2. Divisione di Urologia, Policlinico San Matteo , IRCCS, Pavia , Italy, 3. Fondazione S. Maugeri, IRCCS, Istituto Scientifico di Montescano (Pavia), Italy, 4. Clinica Urologica, Università di Trieste, Italy, 5. Divisione di Urologia, Policlinico S: Matteo, IRCCS, Pavia , Italy
#389 Responder rates, a better way to express drug efficacy: data from darifenacin pooled phase III studies
Abrams P1, Foot J2, Lheritier K3, Steel M3 1. Bristol Urological Institute, Southmead Hospital, Bristol, UK, 2. Midtown Urology and Surgical Center, Atlanta, USA, 3. Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland
#390 WHAT HAPPENS TO WOMEN ON TREATMENT FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Salvatore S1, Lalia M1, Artibani W2, Milani R1, Guerra N3, Bock P3 1. Bassini Hospital, University of Milan- Bicocca, 2. Verona Hospital - University of Verona, 3. Ely-Lilly - Italy
#391 Tolterodine for Symptoms Associated With Overactive Bladder: A Nighttime Dosing Regimen Maintains Efficacy and Improves Tolerability
Mattiasson A 1, de Wit E J2, Kirby S2 1. Lund University Hospital, 2. Pfizer Inc
#392 Early experience with intradetrusor Dysport ® in resistant neurogenic detrusor overactivity following traumatic spinal cord injury and transverse myelitis
patki P1, hamid R1, bycroft J1, somayaji S1, shah J1 1. Dept. of neurourology spinal research centre RNOH
#393 Percutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation in the treatment of urge incontinence
Adile B1 1. villa sofia hospital urogynecolgy department
#394 LOW-DOSE BOTULINUM-A TOXIN INJECTIONS INTO DETRUSOR MUSCLE: EFFECT ON CONSERVATION OF MICTURITIONS
Andretta E1, Artuso G1, Cossaro E1, Signorelli G1 1. Urology Department - General Hospital
#395 Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of Tolterodine for Overactive Bladder: Comparable Profiles Between Male and Female Patients
Abrams P 1, Kaplan S2, Wang J 3, Guan Z3 1. Southmead Hospital, 2. Columbia University, 3. Pfizer Inc
#396 GABAPENTIN FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER AND NOCTURIA AFTER ANTICHOLINERGIC FAILURE
Chancellor M1, O'Leary M1, Erickson J 1, Yoshimura N 1 1. Univ. Pittsburgh
#397 SERUM CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM LEVELS IN WOMEN WITH DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY
Bano F1, Barrington J1 1. Torbay Hospital
#398 Storage and other Lower Urinary Tract disorder: prevalence and service integration
McGrother C1, Donaldson M 1 1. University of Leicester
#399 Resource utilisation and utility following treatment of stress urinary incontinence with the Zuidex system
Kobelt G1, Chapple C2 1. European Health Economics SAS, 2. Royal Hallamshire Hospital
#400 Prevalence and associations of nocturnal enuresis and nocturia in the community
Dasgupta J1, Teo R2, Tincello D3, McGrother C 3, Assassa P4, Williams K3 1. Univerity Hospitals of Leicester, 2. University Hospitals of Leicester, 3. University of Leicester, 4. Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust
#401 The effect of pregnancy and vaginal delivery on the prevalence of urinary and fecal incontinence in a gynecologic clinic population
swift S1, mckinnie V1, wang W1 1. Medical University of South Carolina
#402 Bladder tuberculosis
Kulchavenya E1 1. Urogenital Dpt of Research TB Institute
#403 Diet and Lifestyle factors associated with Over-active Bladder in Men: A prospective study
McGrother C1, Dallosso H1, Donaldson M1 1. University of Leicester
#404 A web-based comparison of two questionnaires for assessing the severity of urinary incontinence: the ICIQ-UI SF versus the Incontinence Severity Index
Klovning A1, Avery K2, Sandvik H1, Abrams P2, Hunskaar S 1 1. Section for General Practice, Dept. of Publ. Health & Primary Care, University of Bergen, Norway, 2. Bristol Urological Institute, Southmead Hospital, westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS10 5NB, UK
#405 Prevalence of Nocturia and Risk Factors for Frequent Nighttime Micturition in a Community-dwelling Japanese Elderly Population
Nakagawa H1, Ikeda Y1, Kaiho Y1, Hozawa A1, Omori K1, Takemoto J1, Tsuji I1 1. TOHOKU UNIVERSITY
#406 Help-seeking and treatment provision in men and women with incontinence.
Shaw C 1, Williams K2, Assassa P 3, McGrother C2 1. University of Wales College of Medicine, 2. University of Leicester, 3. Pinderfields Hospital
#407 Validation of the UK version of the overactive bladder questionnaire (OAB-q) in continent and incontinent patients with overactive bladder (OAB)
Pleil A1, Coyne K2 1. Pfizer Inc, 2. MEDTAP International
#408 Social factors and storage disorder: a cross-sectional study
McGrother C1, Tincello D1, Donaldson M1 1. University of Leicester
#409 Extended Release Formulations of Oxybutynin and Tolterodine for the Treatment of Overactive Bladder: A German Health Economic Analysis
El-Hadi W1, Getsios D1, Caro J J1, Duchesne I2, Feng W2, Dubois D2 1. Caro Research Institute, 2. Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Services LLC
#410 A cost-consequences analysis of physiotherapy and surgery for stress urinary incontinence
Neumann P1, Grimmer K1, Grant R1 1. University of South Australia
#411 Female urinary incontinence : a cross-sectional study from a rural area
Manonai J1, Poowapirom A2, Kittipiboon S2, Patrachai S1, Sarit-apirak S3, Chittacharoen A1 1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, 2. Trad Hospital, Trad Province, 3. Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital
#412 Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Women: Is there a relationship with Constipation and Dietary Fiber Intake?
Arya L1, Novi J1, Alka S1, Catherine B2 1. Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, 2. University of Iowa
#413 Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence in a Gynecologic Oncology Population
Botros S1, Sun C2, Bodurka D2 1. Evanston Continence Center, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, 2. Department of Gynecologic Oncology, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
#414 A Survey of General Practitioners on Female Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Han W H C1, Ocampo M J2 1. KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore, 2. Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippines
#415 The Impact of Overactive Bladder on Family Members
Coyne K1, Matza L1, Brewster J1, Zyczynski T2 1. MEDTAP International, Inc., 2. Pfizer, Inc
#416 ASSOCIATION OF THE BRINK DIGITAL PELVIC MUSCLE SCORE WITH DEMOGRAPHIC AND CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN WOMEN SCHEDULED TO UNDERGO ANTI-INCONTINENCE SURGERY
Fitzgerald M P1, Borello-France D2, Burgio K3, Kraus S4, Mallett V 5, Menefee S6, Schaffer J7, Tennstadt S8, for the Urinary Incontinence Treatment Netowrk .9 1. Loyola University Medical Center, 2. University of Pittsburgh Magee-Women's Hospital, 3. University of Alabama at Birmingham, 4. University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, 5. Oakwood Hospital Dearborn, 6. Southern Califomia Permanente Medical Group, 7. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 8. New England Research Intitute, 9. .
#417 WHAT IS THE PAIN OF INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS LIKE?
Fitzgerald M P1, Brensinger C2, Brubaker L1, Propert K2, for the ICDB Study Group .2 1. Loyola University Medical Center, 2. University of Pennsylvania Medical School
#418 Faecal Continence and Pudendal Nerve Function in Older Women - Does Vaginal Delivery or Age have the Greatest Impact?
Eogan M1, O'Brien C1, Behan M 2, O'Connell P R2, O'Herlihy C 1 1. National Maternity Hospital, 2. Mater Misericordiae Hospital
#419 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN URINARY VOLUME AND LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS ASSESSED BY FREQUENCY VOLUME CHART IN WOMEN IN COMMUNITY-BASED STUDY
Honjo H1, Nakao M1, Ukimura O2, Kawauchi A2, Kitakoji H1, Hamajima N3, Miki T2 1. Meiji University of Oriental Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Graduate School of Medical Science, 3. Department of Preventive Medicine, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
#420 A Model For Explaining Differences In Incontinence Care Seeking (MEDICS Project)
Heit M1, Blackwell L1, Kelly S2 1. Urogynecology Specialists of Kentucky, PLLC, 2. University of Louisville
#421 The National Continence Hotline- A One Year Snapshot, July 2002 - June 2003
Murray C1, Cahill B1 1. Continence Foundation of Australia
#422 The Prevalence and Risk Factors for Urinary and Faecal Incontinence at one year Following Vaginal Delivery
Arunkalaivanan A1, Mahoumoud S1 1. City Hospital
#423 Cesarean section as one of common causes of urinary tract fistulas
Kazemi Rashed F1, Madaen S K1 1. Medical Sciences University
#424 Age induced changes in muscarinic receptor subtypes mediating urinary bladder contraction.
Ruggieri, Sr. M R 1, Tibb A2, Braverman A S2 1. Departments of Urology and Pharmacology, Temple University School of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, Temple University School of Medicine
#425 Health factors associated with voiding symptoms in older men and women
Nuotio M1, Jylhä M1, Luukkaala T1, Tammela T2 1. Tampere School of Public Health, 2. Department of Urology Tampere University Hospital
#426 Urinary retention in elderly women due to lumbar spondylosis; a reappraisal
Sakakibara R1, Uchiyama T1, Liu Z1, Yamamoto T1, Ito T1, Yamanishi T2, Hattori T1 1. Neurology Department Chiba University, 2. Urology Dokkyo Medical College
#427 INCOndition: development and evaluation of a training programme to prevent or reduce urinary incontinence in older women in homes for the elderly
van Hespen A 1, Tak E 1, Albers Heitner P 2, Couwenberg M3, Hopman Rock M1 1. TNO Prevention and Health, 2. Basaal Expertice Centre for pelvic floor rehabilitation, 3. BOZ
#428 INCONTINENCE AND ITS EFFECTS ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF OLDER PEOPLE LIVING IN RESIDENTIAL AND NURSING HOMES
Aslan E1, Kizilkaya Beji N1, Ayyildiz Erkan H1, Yalcin O1 1. Istanbul University
#429 COMPARING THE ACCURACY OF CONVENTIONAL US AND DOPPLER PLANIMETRY IN THE DETERMINATION OF BLADDER VOLUME IN POSTPARTUM WOMEN
Lee Weng Soon J1, Fynes M1, Wang K 1 1. Dept Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery and Urogynaecology
#430 Burden of testing in the assessment of fecal incontinence
Deutekom M1, Terra M P2, Dijkgraaf M G1, Dobben A C2, Stoker J2, Bossuyt P M1 1. Academic Medical Center, dept Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, 2. Academic Medical Center, dept Radiology
#431 RADIOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF VAGINAL AXIS AND POSITION OF THE APEX FOLLOWING 3 TECHNIQUES FOR VAGINAL VAULT SUSPENSION
Davila G W1, Togami, MD J1, Pollak, MD J1, Ghoniem. MD G1 1. Cleveland Clinic Florida
#432 ONE YEAR FOLLOW-UP POST-TUR OR POST-OPEN PROSTATECTOMY EVALUATED BY ULTRASOUND ESTIMATED BLADDER WEIGHT (UEBW)
Canepa G1, Capponi G1, Campodonico F1, Maffezzini M1 1. Dept of Urology
#433 comparison of trans-obturator tape (TOT) and TVT using perineal ultrasound
COTTE B1, MANSOOR A1 1. centre hospitalier Paul Ardier
#434 What is the real accuracy of ultrasound measurements?
Masata J1, Svabik K1, Martan A1, Drahoradova P1, Voigt R2, Pavlikova M3 1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Charles University, Prague, 2. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Apolda, Germany, 3. EuroMISE centre of the Charles University and Academy of Science, Prague, Czech Republic
#435 AN INDEPENDANT AUDIT OF MESH REPAIR FOR RECTOCELE PROLAPSE
Barry C L1, Dietz H P2, Rane A1 1. James Cook University, Townsville, Australia, 2. Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney
#436 Transvaginal sonographic measurement of urethral length and vaginal wall thickness at anterior, mid, posterior urethra in incontinent and continent women
Kim D1, Kim M S 1, Choi Y S 1, Yoo T K 2, Kim H J3, Jung H C 4, Park C H 5 1. Daegu Catholic University, 2. Eul Ji University, 3. DanKook University, 4. Yeung-Nam University, 5. Keimyung University
#437 3D ultrasound as a diagnostic method for incontinence
Kašíková E1, Krofta L1, Feyereisl J 1, Pán M 1 1. Institute for the Care of Mother and Child
#438 THE CHANGES IN ULTRASOUND PICTURE AFTER TVT PROCEDURE
Khelaia A1, Pushkar D1, Vasilieva M1 1. Moscow State Medical Hospital № 50
#439 Transperineal ultrasound (TPUS)versus endoanal ultrasound (EAUS) in the diagnosis of anal sphincter injury in the postpartum period: the patient`s perceptive.
Fowler G1, Adams E1, Alfirevic Z1, Richmond D 1 1. Liverpool Women`s Hospital
#440 DOES ULTRASOUND INVESTIGATION DIAGNOSE OVERACTIVE BLADDER?
Pajoncini C1, Costantini E1, Guercini F1, Lilli P1, Porena M1 1. Department of Urology - Perugia University
#441 Influence of extensive periurethral preparation on urethral perfusion using Colour Doppler flow quantification
Svabik K1, Martan A1, Masata J1, Drahoradova P1, Scholbach T2 1. Ob/Gyn Dept 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, 2. University Hospital, Leipzig
#442 Dynamic magnetic resonance
Fauconnier A1 1. Service de Gynécologie et Obstétrique
#443 Ultrasound evaluation of urinary incontinence
Nishiguchi T1, Kawamura T1, Kakogawa J1, Nakamura Y1, Kawashima T1, Moniwa N1, Oi H1, Kamayama N1 1. Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
#444 Pre and postoperative Videourodynamic evaluation in female patients treated by mini-invasive surgery due to stress urinary incontinence
Palleschi G1, Carbone A2 1. Urology Unit, 2. Urolgoy - University of Rome La Sapienza
#445 THE MALE PERINEAL SLING FOR POST PROSTATECTOMY INCONTINENCE: PREDICTORS OF SUCCESS
Fleischmann N1, Twiss C1, Nitti V1 1. New York University School of Medicine
#446 COMPARISON OF TRANSURETHRAL COLLAGEN IMPLANT AND NEW PERINEAL BONE-ANCHORED MALE SLING IN THE TREATMENT OF POST-PROSTATECTOMY INCONTINENCE - FIRST REPORT
Singla A1, Onur R1 1. Wayne State University
#447 Comparison of the artificial urinary sphincter and the perineal male sling in the management of post-radical prostatectomy stress incontinence
Herschorn S1, Baverstock R1, Buencamino D 1 1. University of Toronto
#448 Experience of 4 years with Pro-ACT™ after initial learning curve
Schlarp O1, Hübner W1 1. Humanis Klinikum Niederösterreich
#449 Non-animal stabilised hyaluronic acid/dextranomer (NASHA/Dx) gel for the treatment of post-prostatectomy incontinence: early results
Alloussi S1 1. Klinikum Neunkirchen
#450 ABSORBABLE VERSUS NON-ABSORBABLE GRAFT - RESULTS IN PERINEAL BONE-ANCHORED MALE SLING FOR INTRINSIC SPHINCTER DEFICIENCY
Samli M1, Singla A K1 1. Wayne State University
#451 IMPORTANCE OF THE PRESERVATION OF THE PUBOPROSTATIC LIGAMENT FOR THE URINARY CONTINENCE AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY.
Mortati Neto N 1, Alvarenga Moreira H 1, Maia de Almeida S H1, Souto Grando J P 1, Freitas Rodrigues M A 1 1. Universidade Estadual de Londrina
#452 ADJUSTABLE CONTINENCE THERAPY (proACT), A NEW THERAPY OF THE MALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: 1 YEAR FOLLOW UP.
Frea B1, Zaramella S1, Crivellaro S1, Gontero P1, Favro M1, Ceratti G1, Maurizio S 1, Monesi G1, Kocjancic E1 1. Clinica Urologica, Ospedale Maggiore della Carità - Novara - Italy
#453 IS THERE A RATIONAL BASIS FOR TREATING INCONTINENCE WITH THE MALE SLING? A CLINICAL AND URODYNAMIC STUDY.
Bruschini H1, Truzzi J C1, Simonetti R1, Nunes R 1, Passerotti C1, Cury J1, Srougi M 1 1. UNIFESP
#454 Long term efficacy of AMS 800 artificial urinary sphincter in male patients with urodynamic stress incontinence due to spinal cord injury and transverse myelitis.
patki P1, hamid R 1, bycroft J1, shah J1 1. Dept. of neurourology spinal research centre RNOH
#455 DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOMETRIC EVALUATION OF THE ICIQ BOWEL SYMPTOMS MODULE: THE ICIQ-BS
Chadwick M A1, Avery K1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute
#456 What are the prevalences of defecation symptoms during pregnancy and after childbirth?
van Brummen J1, van de Pol G 1, Bruinse H1, Heintz P1, van der Vaart H1 1. University Medical Center Utrecht
#457 Anal Incontinence in Women Presenting for Gynecologic Care: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Impact Upon Quality of Life
Boreham M1, Richter H 2, Kenton K3, Nager C4, Gregory W T5, Aronson M6, Vogt V7, McIntire D1, Schaffer J 1 1. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, 2. University of Alabama at Birmingham, 3. Loyola University, 4. University of California-San Diego, 5. Oregon Health Sciences University, 6. University of Massachusetts, 7. University of Tennessee
#458 Risk factors for anal sphincter injuries associated with instrumental deliveries.
Gupta N1, TS U K2, Bhal N 1, Bethel J 3, Bhal K1 1. Llandough Hospital, 2. Princess of Wales, 3. Singleton Hospital
#459 NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS INHIBITS FREQUENCY AND VOLUME OF MICTURITION TEMPORARY IN MALE RAT: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONSCIOUS AND ANESTHETIZED RATS
Shinozaki S1, Ikemoto S1, Nimura T1, Nakamura Y1, SaitoAkita univrsity M2, kawatani M1 1. Department of neurophysiology, Akita univrsity school of med., 2. Department of pharmacology, Tottori univrsity school of med.
#460 Nocturnal polyuria index of the renal transplant recipients depends on the age of transplanted kidney graft
Shinbo H1, Otsuka A1, Mugiya S1, Ushiyama T1, Suzuki K1, Ozono S1 1. Department of Urology, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
#461 Blood Flow and Ischemic Changes of the Rat Bladder to Short Term Partial Outlet Obstruction
Lee J1 1. Urology Department of Pusan National University Hospital
#462 The relationship between urethral resistance estimated by non-invasive urodynamics and three day frequency volume charts.
Huang Foen Chung J W N C1, Van Mastrigt R1 1. Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
#463 The association of ultrasound-estimated bladder-wall thickness with clinical parameters in male patients over 50 years old with lower urinary tract symptoms
Akino H1, Maekawa M1, Shioyama R1, Nakai M1, Ishida H1, Oyama N1, Miwa Y1, Yokoyama O1 1. University of Fukui
#464 24- MONTH FOLLOW UP AFTER ROTORESECTION: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
Wadie B S1, SHEHAB EL-DEIN A B 1, MOSBAH A M 1, ELHALWAGY S M 1, GHONEIM M A 1 1. Urology & Nephrology Center
#465 The relation between I-PSS and the objective parameters in the diagnosis of boo: statistical analysis and application of ANN.
Wadie B S1, Ibrahim E1, Badawi A2, Ghoneim M A1 1. Urology & Nephrology Center, 2. Medical Engineering dept., Cairo University
#466 THE EXPRESSION LEVEL OF ALPHA1-ADRENORECEPTOR SUBTYPE IN PROSRTATIC HYPERTROPHY
Sasaki S1, Kojima Y1, Kohri K1, Shinoura H2, Tsujimoto G3 1. Department of Nephro-urology, Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 2. Department of Molecular, Cell Pharmacology, National Research Institute for Child Health Development, 3. Department of Genomic Discovery Science, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University
#467 THE LONG-TERM EFFICACY OF ALPHA1-BLOCKER (Tamsulosin) IN MEN WITH BENIGN PROSTASTIC HYPERPLASIA
Shimizu N1, Matsumoto S 1, Hanai T1, Yoshioka N1, Kurita T1 1. Kinki Univ School of Medicine
#468 Improvement of lower urinary tract symptoms by sildenafil in benign prostate hypertrophy patients combined with erectile dysfunction
Noguchi M1, Mori K1, Matsuo M1, Sakai H1, Furukawa M2, Hayashi M3, Kanetake H1 1. Department of Urology, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, 2. Department of Urology, Sasebo Sougo Hospital, 3. Department of Urology, National Nagasaki Medical center
#469 Detrusor overactivity in patients With Benign Prostatic Obstruction: The clinical and urodynamic characteristics
Choi H J 1, Lee K S1 1. Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
#470 Efficacy of Low-dose Tamsulosin on Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia - a nonblind multicenter Korean nationwide scale study
JUNG S I1, CHUNG J I2, OH B R3, KIM H J 4, SUL C K5, CHUNG S K6, CHANG H S7, PARK C H7 1. Dong-A University, Colloge of Medicine, Department of Urology, 2. In Je University, College of Medicine, Department of Urology, 3. Cheonam National University Medical School, Department of Urology, 4. Dankook University College of Medicine, Department of Urology, 5. Chungnam National University College of Medicine, Department of Urology, 6. Kyungpook National University College of Medicine, Department of Urology, 7. Keimyung University School of Medicine, Department of Urology
#471 Combination treatment with an alpha1-blocker plus an anticholinergic for the patients with suspected bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) concomitant with over active bladder (OAB).
Suzuki Y1, Takasaka S1, Kishimoto K1, Suzuki H1, Furuta A1, Hasegawa Y1, Yamada H1, Miki Z1, Numazaki S1 1. Jikei University School of Medicine.
#472 Comparison between Bladderscan, Real-time Ultrasound and Suprapubic catheterisation in the measurement of female Bladder volume: A Prospective study
Bano F1, Arunkalaivanan A1, Barrington J1 1. Torbay Hospital
#473 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND SUBJECTIVE SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN WITH VOIDING DIFFICULTY
Yoshikawa Y1, Gotoh M1, Ono Y1, Ohshima S1 1. Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
#474 How do the prevalences of urogenital symptoms change after the first childbirth?
van Brummen J1, van de Pol G1, Bruinse H1, Heintz P1, van der Vaart H 1 1. University Medical Center Utrecht
#475 Comparison between Porcine Dermal Implant (Permacol™) and Silicone Injection (Macroplastique) For Urodynamic Stress Incontinence
Bano F1, Barrington J1, Dyer R1 1. Torbay Hospital
#476 Physical and sexual violence and bladder symptoms – is there an association?
Jundt K1, Scheer I1, Hessel M1, Pohl K1, Härtl K1, Drinovac V1, Peschers U2 1. I. Dep of Obstetrics and Gynecology, LMU, 2. Dep of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dachau
#477 Is there a role for periurethral collagen injection (PCI) in the management of urodynamically-proven mixed urinary incontinence (MUI)?
Poon C1, Zimmern P1 1. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
#478 Symptoms and clinical condition of Italian women presenting with LUTS in Urology Centres. The FLOW study
Scarpa R1, Von Heland M2, Spasciani R3, Padula R4, Lodde M5, The FLOW study group .6 1. San Luigi Gonzaga Hospital, Turin, Italy, 2. La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy, 3. Policlinico Universitario, Modena, Italy, 4. Hospital of Legnago, Verona, Italy, 5. S. Maurizio Hospital, Bolzano, Italy, 6. Italy
#479 THE IMPACT OF BODY MASS INDEX ON THE OCCURRENCE OF URINARY INCONTINENCE IN AN ADULT FEMALE POPULATION.
Józwik M1, Landsberg H1, Józwik M1, Pietrzycki B1, Kuzmicki M1, Okungbowa O1 1. Department of Gynecology, Medical University of Bialystok, Bialystok, Poland.
#480 Does Weight Loss Improve Urinary Incontinence?
Auwad W1 1. Urogynae Unit
#481 Symptoms associated with sexual intercourse in female patients: The FLOW study
Zattoni F1, Cisternino A2, Gacci M3, Gentile M4, Morgia G5, Marronaro A6, Strada G7, Baldazzi V8, Sepe G9, Costa F10, The FLOW study group .11 1. Az. Ospedaliera S. Maria della Misericordia, Udine, Italy, 2. S. Maria della Misericordia Hospital, Udine, Italy, 3. Careggi Hospital, Florence, Italy, 4. Landolfi Hospital, Avellino, Italy, 5. Policlinico Universitario , Sassari, Italy, 6. Ospedale civile , Macerata, Italy, 7. S. Gerardo Nuovo Hospital, Monza, Italy, 8. S. Maria Annunziata Hospital, Florence, Italy, 9. Casa di cura privata , 10. S. Orsola Malpighi Hospital, Bologna, Italy, 11. Italy
#482 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OVERACTIVE BLADDER (OAB) AND SEXUAL ACTIVITY IN WOMEN
Chancellor M1, Patel A1, Cannon T1, O'Leary M1, Erickson J 1, Leng W1, Borello-France D1 1. Univ. Pittsburgh
#483 Psychosocial stress and overactive bladder in female
Yoon H1, Shim K W2, Chung W S2 1. Ewha Womans University College of Medicine, 2. Ewha Womans University
#484 Urinary retention in women: A retrospective study of its causes and treatment
Kavia R1, DasGupta R2, Elneil S3, Fowler C 2 1. National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery and Institute of Neurology, 2. National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and Institute of Neurology, 3. University College London Hospital and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
#485 Treatments for stress urinary incontinence symptoms by patients referred to secondary care within a UK setting.
Wagg A1, Bushnell D2, Das Gupta R3 1. University College London Hospitals, 2. Health Research Associates , Seattle, Washington, 3. Boehringer Ingelheim, Bracknell, UK
#486 Evaluation of psychological affects and impacts　upon female lower urinary tract dysfunction:　importance of psychological tests in diagnosis of lower urinary tract dysfunction
Fukui J1, Sugimura T 1, Tanaka J1 1. St Luke International Hospital
#487 Management of Italian women presenting with LUTS in Urology Centres: The FLOW study.
Artibani W1, Realfonso T2, Descloux G3, Caggiano S4, The FLOW study group .5 1. Policlinico G.B. Rossi - Divisione di Urologia, 2. Umberto I Hospital, Salerno, Italy, 3. S. Maria della Misericordia Hospital, Udine, Italy, 4. AORN, Caserta, Italy, 5. Italy
#488 Chronic pelvic pain in female patients with LUTS arriving at Urology Centres in Italy. The FLOW study.
Pesce F1, Usai E2, Pistolesi D3, Fondacaro L4, Ventimiglia B5, Giambroni L6, Tolino A7, Ostardo E8, Russo A9, Muzzonigro G10, Saracino G A11, The FLOW study group .12 1. Policlinico GB Rossi, Verona, Italy, 2. SS Trinità Hospital, Cagliari, Italy, 3. Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria, Pisa, Italy, 4. Clinica Urologica Univeristà Catania, Catania, Italy, 5. Acireale Hospital, Catania, Italy, 6. Azienda Spedali Civili , Brescia, Italy, 7. Federico II University, Naples, Italy, 8. S. Maria degli Angeli Hospital, Pordenone, Italy, 9. S. Leonardo Hospital, Naples, Italy, 10. University of Ancona, Italy, 11. Ospedale Consorziale Policlinico, Bari, Italy, 12. Italy
#489 USING THE BRISTOL LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS (BFLUTS) QUESTIONNAIRE IN ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF URINARY PROBLEMS ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND LIFESTYLES AMONGST MALAYSIAN WOMEN
Sufian S S1, Tayib S1 1. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
#490 A Survey of Female Urinary Symptoms in a General Practice in the United Kingdom.
Cooper J1, Cooper W 2 1. University Hospital of North Staffordshire, 2. Kingsbridge Medical Practice, Newcastle under Lyme, U.K.
#491 Gabapentina treatment in female patients with OAB symptoms
Palleschi G1, Carbone A2 1. Urology Unit, 2. Urology - University of Rome
#492 Influence of a preceding somatosensory pudendal stimulation on magnetic evoked external urethral sphincter (EUS) contraction is depending on its time interval
Wefer B1, Reitz A1, Knapp P1, Bannowsky A2, Juenemann K2, Schurch B1 1. University Hospital Balgrist, Spinal Cord Injury Center, Neuro-Urology, 2. University of Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Kiel, Department of Urology
#493 Effects of acetylcholinesterase inhibitor on overactive bladder caised by cerebral infarction in rats
Nakai M1, Maekawa M1, Sioyama R1, Isida H1, Oyama N1, Miwa Y1, Akino H1, Yokoyama O1 1. University of Fukui
#494 Structural organisation of the interstitial cells of the bladder in different species: comparative data from human, rat and guinea pig bladders
Blyweert W1, Van der Aa F1, Ost D1, Roskams T1, Gillespie J 2, Van Poppel H 1, De Ridder D1 1. UZ Gasthuisberg, dept Urology, 2. Urophysiology Research Group, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
#495 The Role of Epithelial Sodium Channels Expressed in the Rat Urinary Bladder Epithelium in Micturitional Reflex.
Araki I1, Du S1, Kamiyama M1, Mikami Y1, Matsushita K1, Takeda M1 1. Department of Urology, University of Yamanashi Faculty of Medicine
#496 GATING OF THE MICTURITION REFLEX BY ACTIVATION OF BLADDER C-AFFERENTS - AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN THE CAT
Jiang C1, Mazières L2, Lindström S1 1. Biomedicine and Surgery, 2. Service de Médecine Physique
#497 Estrogen receptors in central nervous system micturition pathways in a rat model
Minor L1, Sarkey S1, DonCarlos L1 1. Loyola University Medical Center
#498 The effects of imatinib mesylate (Glivec) as a c-Kit tyrosine kinase inhibitor in the guinea-pig urinary bladder ~ a possible new drug therapy for overactive bladder ~
Kubota Y1, Sasaki S1, Kojima Y1, Kohri K1, Biers S2, Brading A2 1. Department of Nephro-urology, Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 2. Department of Pharmacology, Oxford University
#499 Falacies Of Leak Point Pressure in Patients With Neurogenic Bladder
Perkash I1 1. Stanford University and Palo Alto Health Care System
#500 Acute tibial nerve stimulation to suppress bladder contractions in the cat
van der Pal F1, Grill W2, Gustafson K2, Heesakkers J1, Debruyne F1, Bemelmans B1 1. UMC St Radboud, Nijmegen, the Netherlands , 2. Case western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
#501 DIFFERENT PARAMETERS FOR CHRONIC PUDENDAL NERVE STIMULATION WITH PUDENDAL PERCUTANEOUS IMPLANT (PPI) RELATED ON NEUROGENIC SITUATION.
Spinelli M1, Malaguti S1, Lazzeri M2, Giardiello G3, Zanollo L 1, Tarantola J1 1. Magenta Hospital, 2. Santa Chiara Hospital Florence, 3. Medtronic Italia
#502 Sacral nerve stimulation is a durable treatment for idiopathic non-obstructive urinary retention
chang J1, kim D2, Marchis C3, Aboseif S2 1. Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, 2. Kaiser permanente, 3. Kaiser permamente
#503 The quantitative bladder sensory test: Evaluation of the neuroselective current perception threshold of the bladder sensory to identify patients with overactive bladder associated with sensory dysfunction
Hirahara N1, Ukimura O1, Honjo H2, Ushijima S1, Iwata T1, Suzuki K1, Matsubara H1, Miki T1 1. Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, 2. Meiji University of Oriental Medicine
#504 SACRAL PERCUTANEOUS IMPLANT (SPI) LONG TERM FOLLOW UP: SINGLE CENTER, SINGLE OPERATOR, SINGLE PROTOCOL IN PREDICTIVE FACTORS.
Spinelli M1, Malaguti S1, Zanollo L1 1. Magenta Hospital
#505 Improved patient selection for sacral neuromodulation with prolonged evaluation period using permanent leads
Kessler T 1, Madersbacher H1, Kiss G1 1. Neuro-Urology Unit, Innsbruck
#506 Automated conditional neuromodulation of neurogenic detrusor overactivity using a combined sacral anterior and posterior nerve root stimulator in spinal cord injury.
Bycroft J1, Knight S1, Wood S1, Donaldson N2, Shah J3, Craggs M1 1. Spinal Research Centre, 2. University College, London, 3. Institute of Urology & Nephrology, London.
#507 EFFECT OF THE SCHISTOSOMAL MIELOPATY TREATMENT WITH PRAZIQUANTEL ON THE NEUROGENIC BLADDER-SPHINCTER DYSFUNCTION: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 65 PATIENTS
Lima P1, Ferreira M2, Lima S3, Cabral Jr S1, Almeida F4, Srougi M4, Bruschini H 4 1. State University of Pernambuco, 2. Hospital da Restauração , 3. Hospital Maria Lucinda, 4. Federal University of Sao Paulo
#508 A valsalvometer can be effective in standardising the valsalva manoeuvre
Greenland H1, Ibi T1, Marshall S1, Hosker G1, Smith A1 1. St Mary's Hospital
#509 Schistosomiasis of the spinal cord. Clinical and urodynamic presentation.
Ferreira R1 1. DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY, CRER - REHABILITATION CENTER and GOIANIA GENERAL HOSPITAL
#510 ACUPUNCTURE FOR TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER REFRACTORY TO CONVENTIONAL PHARMACOTHERAPY
Honjo H1, Ukimura O2, Ushijima S2, Iwata T2, Suzuki K2, Hirahara N2, Kitakoji H3, Nakao M3, Miki T2 1. Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Meiji University of Oriental Medicine, 2. Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, 3. Meiji University of Oriental Medicine
#511 An experimental approach on the pathophysiology of detrusor sphincter dyssynergia.
Karsenty G1, Wefer B1, Reitz A1, Knapp P1, Schurch B1 1. neurourology, spinal cord injury center, Balgrist university hospital , Zurich
#512 ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC FINDINGS IN THE PELVIC FLOOR OF PATIENTS WITH PROSTATE CANCER.
Catarin M1, Bruschini H1, Manzano G1, Cavalcanti G1, Juliano L1, Nunes K1, Arruda H1, Srougi M1, Nobrega J1 1. Federal Uinversity of São Paulo
#513 Peripheral Nerve Evaluation versus First Stage Tined Lead in a MS patient population
van Rey F1, Gerretsen R1, Bemelmans B1, Debruyne F1, Heesakkers J1 1. University Hospital St. Radboud Nijmegen
#514 Lower urinary tract dysfunction of the patients with Parkinson disease: changes related to disease severity
liu Z1, Uchiyama T1, Sakakibara R1, Yamanishi T2, Hattori T1 1. Department of Neurology,Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Department of Ulorogy, Dokkyo University School of Medicine
#515 BOTULINUM A TOXIN (BOTOX) INJECTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF REFRACTORY OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Rackley R1, Abdelmalak J1, Vasavada S1 1. Cleveland Clinic Foundation
#516 Sphincter Electomyography in patients with suspected Multiple System Atrophy
Jenkins B1, Silverdale M A1, Betts C1 1. Hope Hospital, Manchester, UK
#517 Sacral nerve stimulation for overactive bladder symptoms in patients with brain damage: a pilot study
Everaert K1, Vanhaverbeke F1, Caluwaerts H1, Oosterlinck W1 1. Department of Urology, Ghent University Hospital
#518 Low-compliance bladder in spina bifida patients– diagnostics of bladder wall fibroses by differentiated detrusor biopsy
Zermann D1, Schlichter A1, Schubert J1, Löffler U1 1. Friedrich-Schiller-University
#519 Intensive Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation in the treatment of urge urinary incontinence does not increase the success rate
van der Pal F1, van Balken M2, Heesakkers J1, Debruyne F1, Bemelmans B1 1. UMC St Radboud , Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 2. Rijnstate Hospital, Arnhem, the Netherlands
#520 What is the best dose for intravesical Botulinum-A toxin injection in overactive bladder treatment? A prospective randomized preliminary study.
Truzzi J C1, Bruschini H1, Simonetti R1, Miguel S1 1. UNIFESP
#521 NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT DURING SACRAL AND PUDENDAL NERVE LEAD IMPLANT FOR NEUROMODULATION.
Malaguti S1, Spinelli M1, Zanollo L1, Tarantola J1 1. Magenta Hospital
#522 CONDITION SPECIFIC QUALITY INDICATORS FOR INTERSTIM NEUROMODULATION THERAPY
El-Azab A1, Inci K1, Abdelmalak J1, Vasavada S1, Rackley R1 1. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
#523 SELF-STERILIZING CATHETERS WITH TiO2 PHOTPCATALYST THIN FILMS FOR CLEAN INTERMITTENT CATHETERLIZATION: CLINICAL USE
Sekiguchi Y1, Yao Y Y1, Ohko Y2, Ishizaki A3, Tanaka K4, Ishido T4, Fujisima A5, Kubota Y1 1. Department of Urology, Yokohama City University, Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Science and Technology Promotion Project Party, PRESTO　JAPAN, 3. Toshiba Lightec Inc., 4. Department of Urology, Kanagawa Rehabilitation Center , 5. Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology
#524 Voiding status after renal transplantation with the long-term arrested bladder
Matsuo M1, Noguchi M1, Toubu S1, Mori K1, Nishikido M1, Nomata K1, Kanetake H1 1. Department of Urology, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
#525 Miniaturo-I: a novel device for the treatment of the Overactive Bladder Syndrome
De Jong P R 1, Parsons M 2, Cardozo L2, Nissenkorn I 3 1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Groote Schuur Hospital, University of Cape Town, Cape To, 2. Department of Urogynaecology, Kings College Hospital, London England, 3. Department of Surgery/Urology, Sackler School of Medicine Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv Israel
#526 WHEN TO DO THE FIRST URODYNAMIC TESTS AFTER SPINAL CORD TRAUMA
Wyndaele J1, De Wachter S1, Delaet K1, Pauwels L1, Van Meel T1 1. university antwerpen
#527 The value of basic non-invasive urodynamic investigation for screening and diagnosis of urinary disorders in patients with multiple sclerosis
van Rey F1, Bemelmans B1, Jongen P1, Debruyne F 1, Heesakkers J 1 1. University Hospital St. Radboud, Nijmegen
#528 Incontinence storage phase symptom score (ISSS) – a new symptom questionnaire for urinary incontinence and overactive bladder syndrome
Homma Y1, Ando T2, Yoshida M 3, Takei M4, Gotoh M5, Ohkawa A 6, Kageyama S 7, Kimoto Y8 1. Japan Red Cross Medical Center, 2. Tokyo University, 3. Kumamoto University, 4. Hara-sansin Hospital, 5. Nagoya University, 6. Kitasato University, 7. Hamamatus University, 8. Kyushu University
#529 Sexual Response in Patients With Sacral Neuromodulation for Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms or Fecal Incontinence.
van Voskuilen A1, Koch S1, Weil E 1, van Koeveringe G1, Gielen N 2, van Lankveld J3, van Kerrebroeck P1 1. Academisch Ziekenhuis Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2. Centrum voor Alcohol- en andere Drugproblemen Limburg, Belgium, 3. Pompestichting Nijmegen, the Netherlands
#530 Improvement of Interstitial Cystitis symptoms after chronic pelvic floor electrostimulation: updated results of a multi-centre study.
Parsons M1, De Jong P 2, Radziszewski P 3, Dobronski P 4, Borkowski A 5, Cervigni M 6, Cardozo L 1, Farnsworth B 7, Nordling J 8, Nissenkorn I 9 1. Department of Urogynaecology, Kings College Hospital, London, 2. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, 3. Department of Urology, University of Warsaw School of Medicine, Warsaw , 4. Department of Urology, University of Warsaw School of Medicine, Warsaw, 5. Department of Urology, University of Warsaw School of Medicine, Warsaw, 6. Department of Urogynaecology, San Carlo di Nancy Hospital, Rome , 7. Center for Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, Sydney Adventist Hospital, Sydney , 8. Department of Urology, Herlev Hospital, Herlev, Copenhagen , 9. Department of Surgery/Urology, Sackler School of Medicine Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv
#531 Bladder Perfusion In Interstitial Cystitis: A Study Of Bladder Blood Flow Using Laser Doppler Flowmetry
Tomoe H1, Kihara T1, Toma H1, Miyahara T2 1. Tokyo Women's Medical University, 2. Cyberfirm
#532 Intravesical electromotive drug administration (experimental study)
Tevlin K1, Korsunskaya I 2, Pushkar D2 1. Moscow State Medico-stomatological university, 2. MSMSU
#533 IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF UROTHELIAL TRPV1 IN PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS WHO UNDERWENT INTRAVESICAL TREATMENT WITH RESINIFERATOXIN
Lazzeri M1, Turini D1, Beneforti P1, Spinelli M2, Malaguti S2, Vannucchi G3, Zardo C3, Pellegrini-Faussone M S3 1. Department of Urology Santa Chiara Firenze, Florence - Italy, 2. Department of Urology - Spinal Unit – “Ospedale civile di Magenta”, Magenta (MI) – Italy, 3. Department of Anatomy, Histology and Forensic Medicine, University of Florence, Florence - Italy
#534 Common things are common. Complete re-evaluation of patients with a diagnosis of interstitial cystitis - a 7 year prospective study.
Samsudin A1, Irwin P2 1. Michael Heal Department of Urology, Leighton Hospital, CREWE, UK, 2. Michael Heal Department of Urology, Leighton Hospital, CREWE, UK.
#535 A COMPUTERIZED “TELE-ASSISTED” FOLLOW-UP FOR PRIMARY NOCTURNAL ENURESIS: A 6-MONTHS PILOT STUDY
De Gennaro M1, Gatti C 1, Capitanucci M L 1, Mosiello G1, Musciagna F 2, Silveri M1 1. Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesu' , Roma - Division Pediatric Urology, 2. Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesu' , Roma - Nurse Division Pediatric Urology
#536 Long term urological outcome of paediatric spinal cord injury.
#537 Video-urodynamic patterns in neurologically normal infants with and without vesicoureteral reflux
Ichino M1, Igawa Y1, Seki S1, Ishizuka O1, Nishizawa O1 1. Department of urology Shinshu university school of medicine
#538 PREDICTING 'DANGEROUS' BLADDERS IN CHILDREN: PROBLEMS IN USING AREA UNDER THE CURVE (AUC)
Hashim H1, Ellis-Jones J1, Swithinbank L 1, Small D 2, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute, 2. Southern General Hospital
#539 Neurogenic bladder in children following spinal cord ischemia
mosiello G1, gatti C1, boeris clemens F1, capitanucci M L1, di donato R2, albanese S2, de gennaro M1 1. ospedale pediatrico bambino gesù-Pediatric urology Unit, 2. ospedale pediatrico bambino gesù-Cardiosurgery Unit
#540 The consequence after introduction of clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) in children with neurogenic bladder dysfunction secondary to spina bifida - the comparison of patients with and without upper urinary tract dilation at the time CIC was introduced.
Obara K1, Komeyama T1, Mizusawa T1, Kobayashi K1, Suzuki K1, Kosegawa E1, Takahashi K1 1. Division of Urology,Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences,Niigata University.
#541 PRELIMINARY TESTING OF A SCREENER FOR LUTS IN PAEDIATRIC PATIENTS: THE ICIQ-S
Niero M1, De Gennaro M 2, Tubaro A 3, Avery K 4, Ellswoth P 5, Von Gontard A 6, Holm-Larsen T 7, Nijman R 8 1. Università di Verona - Institute of Sociology, 2. Ospedale Bambino Gesù, Roma - Division Paediatric Urology, 3. Università di Roma, Institute of Urology, 4. University Hospital, Bristol UK - Institute of Urology, 5. Mass General Hospital, Worchester US - Division of Urology, 6. University of Cologne - Institute of Neuropsychiatry, 7. Medical Research, Ferring Company, Copenhagen, 8. University Hospital, Rotterdam - Institute of Urology
#542 Effect of test position, using two different methods of measurement, on reliability of pelvic floor muscle strength assessment.
Frawley H1, Galea M1, Phillips B1, Sherburn M1, Bo K2 1. School of Physiotherapy, University of Melbourne, 2. Norwegian University of Sport and Physical Education
#543 Total replacement of the anterior and posterior endopelvic fascia with porcine dermis: long-term outcome.
Ross J1 1. Depart OB-GYN, UCLA School of Medicine
#544 Assessment of pelvic floor muscle exercises in women with incontinence and normal controls
Thompson J1, O'Sullivan P1, Briffa K 1, Neumann P2 1. Curtin University, 2. University of South Australia
#545 Anatomical and functional outcome after laparoscopic sacral colpo(perineo)pexy: a prospective follow up of 132 patients.
CLAERHOUT F1, DE RIDDER D1, COREMANS G1, DEPREST J1 1. Pelvic Floor Unit, University Hospitals Leuven
#546 Combined urinary and anal incontinence - a multidisciplinary approach
Kapoor D1, Ness W1, Abulafi M1, Swift I1, Thakar R1, Addison R1, Sultan A1 1. Mayday University Hospital
#547 Distribution of innervation zones of the external anal sphincter: effects of gender in healthy subjects