#137 ANATOMICAL PELVIC MEASURES IN RELATION TO SURGICAL TECHNIQUES THROUGH THE OBTURATOR FORAMEN
Porta O1, Girvent M2, Reina F3, Villasboas D3, Ojeda F2 1. Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, 2. Hospital General de Granollers, 3. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
#138 A small outlet dimension of squirrel monkey bony pelvis is associated with development of pelvic organ prolapse
Kuehl T J1, Gibson S2, Wasserman R M 1, Scow R1, Naul L G 1, Pierce L M 1, Shull B L 1 1. Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Clinic, 2. University of South Alabama
#139 Does Relaxin Contribute to Stress Urinary Incontinence by Altering Transforming Growth Factor Beta (TGF-B) Expression?
Chen B1, Wen Y1, Zhao Y1, Polan M L1 1. Stanford University School of Medicine
#140 Functional and Molecular Changes of bladder in OLETF Diabetic Rat with Age
Lee J Y1, Kim J C 2, Cho D H 2, Lee D H 2, Lee S J3, Kwon D D 4, Kim Y 5, Kim D 6, Kim D K 7, Kim J H8, Lee S J9 1. Holy Family Hospital, Catholic University of Korea, 2. Catholic University of Korea, 3. Sam Hospital, 4. Chunnam University, 5. Chungbuk University, 6. Catholic University of Daegu, 7. Eulji University, 8. Yonsei University, 9. Kyung Hee University
#141 Changes of Calcium-activated Potassium Channel Expressions in Rat Bladder and Ureter After Relieving Partial Baldder Outlet Obstruction
Kim D Y1, Yang E K2, Kim J W2, Seo Y J3, Jung H C4 1. Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Daegu Catholic University , 2. Department of Physiology, Kyungpook National University, 3. Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Dongguk University, 4. Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Yeungnam University
#142 Cellular characterization of cadherin within detrusor smooth muscle cells and suburothelial myofibroblasts in human bladder
Kuijpers K1, Heesakkers J1, Schalken J1 1. Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre
#143 MEASUREMENT OF BLADDER TISSUE LEVELS OF ISOPROSTANE 8-ISO-PGF2alpha IN HUMANS – PRELIMINARY RESULTS
Giannantoni A1, Nardicchi V2, Vianello A1, Francescangeli E2, Proietti S1, Goracci G2, Porena M1 1. Department of Medical-Surgical Specialties-Section of Urology and Andrology-University of Perugia, 2. Department of Internal Medicine-Section of Biochemistry-University of Perugia
#144 The Effect of Detrusor Overactivity and Artificial Bladder Filling on Voiding Parameters in Females?
Al-Hayek S1, Agur W1, Williams S1, Al-Housami F1, Khan A1, Belal M1, Khastgir J1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute
#145 Will Suburothelial Injection of a Small Dose of Botulinum A Toxin Have Similar Therapeutic Effects and Less Adverse Events for Refractory Detrusor Overactivity ?
Kuo H1, Liu H1 1. Buddhist Tzu Chi General Hospital
#146 “Still an unreliable witness ?” The use of a new scoring system as a predictive tool for detrusor overactivity
Vella M1, Robinson D1, Cardozo L1, Srikrishna S1, Chohan H1 1. King' s College Hospital
#147 DORSAL GENITAL NERVE STIMULATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF REFRACTORY OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS
Goldman H1, Mangel J2, Amundsen C3 1. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2. Metrohealth Hospital, 3. Duke University
#148 longer term assessment of treatment of the overactive bladder by detrusor myectomy with special reference to postpubertal nocturnal/diurnal enuresis
stephenson T1, appana T2, ayyathurai R3 1. Dept of urology. Princess of wales hospital, 2. Royal Glamorgan hospital, 3. Princess of Wales Hospital
#149 DETRUSOR WALL THICKNESS AS A TEST FOR DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY IN WOMEN
Lekskulchai O1, Dietz H P2 1. Thammasat University, 2. University of Sydney, Australia
#150 Two years experience of intra-detrusor Botulinum A toxin for Idiopathic Detrusor Overactivity: duration of action, quality of life and frequency/volume measurements
Cottrell A1, Stott M2 1. Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (Wonford), 2. Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital
#151 The impact of hip replacement surgery on urgency related urinary incontinence
Buchsbaum G1, Duecy E1, Perevich M1, Glantz C1 1. University of Rochester Medical Center
#152 Pilot study using a novel electronic urgency assessment device to measure storage parameters including the intervoid-interval in healthy volunteers
Patel A1, Heller B 1, Chapple C1 1. Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield
#153 ARE DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY AND INCREASED BLADDER SENSATION BOTH PART OF THE SAME SPECTRUM OF BLADDER DYSFUNCTION?
Haylen B1, Chetty N2, Logan V 3, Schulz S3, Verity L3, Zhou J4, Law M5 1. ST VINCENTS CLINIC, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA., 2. ST VINCENTS HOSPITAL, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA., 3. ST VINCENTS CLINIC, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA, 4. UNIVERSITY OF NSW, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA., 5. UNIVERSITY OF NSW, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA
#154 Efficacy and Complications of the Intradetrusor injection of Dysport (Botulinum Toxin A) in patients with Refractory OAB
Jeffery S1, Wang K 1, Morley R2, Lee F3, Fynes M1 1. Department of Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Reconstruction, St George's Hospital, 2. Department of Urology, Kingston Hospital, London, 3. Department of Urology, St George's Hospital
#155 Solifenacin Improves Urgency Symptoms as Assessed by Voiding Diaries and Patient-reported Outcomes (PRO) in Patients with Overactive Bladder
Toglia M1, Andoh M2, Hussain I2 1. Urogynecology Associates of Philadelphia, Media, PA, 2. Astellas Pharma, Inc., Deerfield, IL
#156 Patients with increased expression of TRPV1 in bladder benefit from resiniferatoxin intravesical instillations for refractory detrusor overactivity
Liu H T1, Kuo H C1 1. Tzu Chi General Hospital
#157 Adjusting for the effect of 24-hour volume improves bladder diary detection of decreased voided volume in detrusor overactivity
Parsons M1, Amundsen C 2, Cardozo L 3, Vella M3, Webster G4 1. Birmingham Women's Health Care Hospital, 2. Division of Urogynecology, Duke University Medical Center, 3. Department of Urogynaecology, Kings College Hospital, 4. Department of Urology, Duke University Medical Center
#158 SERUM CHOLINESTERASE LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH OR WITHOUT OVERACTIVE BLADDER AND/OR NEUROGENIC BLADDER
Sugaya K1, Onaga T2, Nishijima S1, Miyazato M1, Ogawa Y1 1. Division of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus, 2. Department of Urology, Okinawa Kyodo Hospital
#159 The effects on catheters for self-catheterization following daily loading
Oh-oka H1, Fujisawa M2, Iwatsubo E3 1. Department of Urology, Kobe Medical Center, 2. Department of Urology, Kobe University school of medecine, 3. Kitakyusyu Koga Hospital
#160 Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence and Incontinence-related Quality of Life among Korean Women: A Population-based Study
Oh S1, Choo M S 2, Park W H 3 1. Department of Urology, Seoul National Univeristy College of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, 3. Department of Urology, Inha University College of Medicine
#161 Analysing count data
Herbison P1 1. University of Otago
#162 Leakage volume per leakage episode: a novel approach to assessing urinary leakage episodes and assessing leakage pathophysiology.
Karantanis E1 1. St George Hospital, Sydney
#163 RACE/ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN SYMPTOMS AND IMPACTS OF URINARY INCONTINENCE IN WOMEN UNDERGOING STRESS INCONTINENCE SURGERY
Kraus S R1, Markland A D2, Chai T C3, Stoddard A M4, Fitzgerald M5, Leng W W6, Mallett V T7, Tennstedt S4, Urinary Incontinence Treatment Network .8 1. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 2. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 3. University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, 4. New England Research Institutes, Watertown, MA, 5. Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, 6. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 7. University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, 8. Urinary Incontinence Treatment Network, NIDDK, TX
#164 Attitude toward elimination problem in disaster preparedness
Yoshikawa Y1, Gotoh M1, Matsukawa Y1 1. Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
#165 A feasibility study into the prevalence of bowel and bladder problems in women prisoners in the UK
Drennan V 1, Pettersson L2, Goodman C 3, Wells M 4, Norton C 5, See Tai S6 1. Primary Care Nursing Research Unit ,Dept. Primary Care & Pop. Sciences, University College London, 2. University College London, 3. University of Hertfordshire, 4. Exeter Primary Care Trust , 5. Burdett Institue of Gastro-intestinal Nursing, ST marks Hosptial and Kings College London , 6. Dept. Primary Care & Population Sciences , Univesity College London
#166 A symptom questionnaire to collectively assess lower urinary tract symptoms - Comprehensive Lower Urinary Tract Symptom Score (CLUTSS)
Homma Y1, Yoshida M2, Gotoh M 3, Yamanishi T 4 1. Japan Red Cross Medical Center, 2. Kumamoto University, 3. Nagoya University, 4. Dokkyo Medical University
#167 Association between overactive bladder and depressive status in the elderly: A community-based study in Japan.
Ikeda Y1, Nakagawa H1, Takemoto J1, Matsushita M1, Hozawa A2, Koizumi Y2, Nishino Z2, Kuriyama S2, Tuji I2, Arai Y1 1. Department of Urology, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Department of Epidemiology, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
#168 FREQUENCY AND NOCTURIA AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN ADULTS: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES FOR THE RENAL TRANSPLANT
Van der Weide M1, Van Achterberg T 1, Heesakkers J 1, Hibrands L 1 1. Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre
#169 A quantitative study, to identify the incidence of bladder and/or anal incontinece and/or low mood at six weeks or nine months postnatal
Bonner L1, Mead Phd M2 1. Bedfordshire Heartlands P CT, 2. University of Hertfordshire
#170 National Audit of Continence Care for Older People: Organisation of Care for older people within England, Wales and N. Ireland.
Wagg A1, Mian S2, Peel P2, Potter J2, Pearson M2 1. University College London Hospitals, 2. Royal College of Physicians London
#171 History and assessment for older people with urinary incontinence: Data from the National Audit of Continence Care for Older People:
Peel P1, Mian S1, Potter J1, Pearson M1, Wagg A2 1. Royal College of Physicians of London, 2. University College London Hospitals
#172 Two-dimensional ultrasound imaging of the posterior vaginal wall descent
Krcmar M1, Halaska M1, Sottner O1, Zahumensky J1, Halaska M G2 1. Dpt. Ob/Gyn, Teaching hospital Bulovka, 2. Dpt. Ob/Gyn, Teaching hospital Motol
#173 Bladder weight in women: a measurement with diagnostic value?
Spiteri M1, Basra R2, Hendricken C 1, Kelleher C 2, Khullar V 1 1. St Mary's Hospital, 2. St Thomas' Hospital
#174 Ultrasound imaging as a diagnostic tool for assessing a new artificial urinary sphincter
Craggs M1, Knight S 1, Susser J 1, Kirkham A2, Rickards D 2 1. Institute of Urology, 2. University College London Hospital
#175 BLADDER NECK ELEVATION DURING DIFFERENT PELVIC FLOOR ACTIVATION TECHNIQUES: AN MRI STUDY
Dumoulin C1, Thorarinsdottir T L 2, Stødkilde-Jørgensen H 2 1. University of Montreal, 2. University of Aarhus
#176 Brain responses during the urge to void in normal male volunteer: A positron emission tomography study
Takao T1, Tsujimura A1, Kiuchi H1, Miyagawa Y1, Takada S1, Enomoto K1, Osaki Y1, Oku N1, Hatazawa J1, Okuyama A1 1. Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine
#177 SPIRAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN EVALUATION OF THE ADJUSTABLE CONTINENCE THERAPY (ACT) IMPLANT IN FEMALE PATIENTS WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
Giammò A1, Bodo G1, Carone R1 1. Urology Department CTO-CRF-Maria Adelaide, Turin, Italy
#178 ADJUSTABLE CONTINENCE THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF MALE URODYNAMIC STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE – SINGLE CENTRE STUDY.
Kocjancic E1, Crivellaro S1, Ranzoni S1, Bonvini D1, Frea B1 1. Ospedale Maggiore della Carita,
#179 The (ProACT™) for the Treatment of Post-Prostatectomy Stress Urinary Incontinence: A Comparison of Two techniques with a Minimum of Six Months Follow Up.
Gilling P1, Kennett K2, Fraundorfer M2, Westenberg A2, Bell D3 1. Tauranga Hospital, Tauranga, New Zealand, 2. Tauranga Hospital, 3. Five Corners, Chatswood, Australia
#180 DOES BLADDER SHAPE ON CYSTOURETHROGRAPHY PREDICT STORAGE FUNCTION OF THE BLADDER AND POST-OPERATIVE URINARY INCONTINENCE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY?
Matsukawa Y1, Gotoh M 1, Yoshikawa Y1, Hattori R1, Ono Y1 1. Department of Urology, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
#181 Pathophysiological aspects of nocturia in a Danish population of men and women aged 60-80 years
Bing M1, Moller L A1, Jennum P2, Mortensen S3, Lose G1 1. Dept. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Glostrup County Hospital, University of Copenhagen, 2. Dept. Clin. Neurophysiol., Glostrup County Hospital, University of Copenhagen, 3. Dept. Surgery, Glostrup County Hospital, University of Copenhagen
#182 Factors affecting nocturnal polyuria in the elderly patients
Hirayama A1, Akiyama T1, Torimoto K1, Fujimoto K1, Hirao Y1 1. Nara medical university
#183 EFFECTS OF DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ON BLADDER FUNCTION IN MALE RATS
Miwa Y1, Yusup A 1, Kaneda T1, Yokoyama O1 1. Department of Urology, Faculty of Medical Science, University of Fukui
#184 Effects of intrathecal and peripheral injections of α-1 adrenergic receptor subtype selective and non-selective antagonists, on bladder activity in rat models with partial urethral obstruction
Shim K S1, Bae J H1, Moon D G1, Lee K C2, Kim H J3, Park H J4, Kwon C H4, Lee J G1 1. Korea University Medical Center, 2. Inje University Hospital, 3. Dankook University Hospital, 4. Sungkyunkwan University Hospital
#185 Effects of 4-DAMP on cholinergic mechanisms activating phasic activity in the isolated bladder.
Finney S1, Stewart L1, Gillespie J2 1. Western General Hospital, 2. University of Newcastle upon Tyne
#186 Is an elevated post-void residual a risk factor for bacteriuria?
Morrill M1, Thomas M 2, Lukacz E1, Nager C1, Powell C3, Menefee S4, Simsiman A1, Albo M1, Luber K4 1. University of California San Diego, 2. Naval Medical Center San Diego, 3. Urologic Specialists of Oklahoma, 4. Kaiser Permanente, San Diego
#187 The immunohistochemical study for the expression of ICAM-1, neutrophil, macrophage and iNOS in rats with partially obstructed bladder outlet.
Shim K1, Seo Y1, Heo J1 1. Busan Veterans Hospital
#188 Can uroflowmetry parameters predict bladder outlet obstruction in men?
Al-Hayek S1, Belal M1, Cobby J2, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute, 2. University of West of England
#189 PRESERVATION OF ANTEGRADE EJACULATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF VOIDING FUNCTION USING MODIFIED TRANSURETHRAL INCISION OF BLADDER NECK IN YOUNG MEN WITH PRIMARY BLADDER NECK OBSTRUCTION
Wang C1, Yang S S D2 1. En Chu Kong Hospital, 2. Tzu Chi Buddhist Hospital
#190 Discontinuation of drug treatment in men with lower urinary tract symptoms suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia
Kajiwara M1, Mutaguchi K1, Hanada M1, Mizoguchi H1 1. Nakatsu Daiichi Hospital
#191 The Safety and Effects of Desmopressin in the Treatment of Elderly Patients with Nocturia for 1-year Follow-Up.
Shim K S1, Bae J H1, Lee J G1, Lee K C2, Kim H J3, Park H J4, Kwon C H4, Moon D G1 1. Korea University Medical Center, 2. Inje University Hospital, 3. Dankook University Hospital, 4. Sungkyunkwan University Hospital
#192 Association between the symptoms and quality of life (QOL) with objective parameters in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms (LTUS) suggestive of benign prostatic enlargement (BPE)
Seki N1, Takei M2, yamaguchi A2, Naito S1 1. Department of Urology, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyushu University, 2. Department of Urology, Harasanshin Hospital
#193 Diagnosis and Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Overactive Bladder, and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Men in UK General Practice
Reilly K1, Morant S2, BLOOMFIELD G2, Chapple C3 1. Pfizer Inc. New York, 2. Cygnus Biostatistics Ltd, 3. Sheffield Hallam University
#194 A Shorter 2-day Voiding Diary is as Reliable as the 3-day Voiding Diary
Itano N1, DiMarco C1, Feldstein M 1 1. Mayo Clinic
#195 The Effects of Cyclical Estrogen on Bladder Structure
Levin R M1, Palmieri K2, Chichester P 3, Kogan B 2, Leggett R E3, Mannikarottu A4 1. Albany College of Pharmacy / Stratton VA Medical Center, 2. Albany Medical College, 3. Albany College of Pharmacy, 4. Albany Coloege of Pharmacy
#196 Urge on bladder palpation as a predictor of detrusor overactivity
Miller J1, Botros S1, Goldberg R1, Aschkenazi S1, Kintz N1, Sand P1 1. Evanston Northwestern Healthcare/Northwestern University
#197 EVOLUTION AND QOL IMPACT OF LUTS IN WOMEN FOLLOWED AT UROLOGY CENTERS IN ITALY: 2-YEARS FOLLOW-UP OF THE FLOW STUDY
Zattoni F1, Pesce F2, Tubaro A3, Prezioso D4, Scarpa R M5, Artibani W6, The FLOW study group .7 1. Policlinico GB Rossi, Verona, Italy, 2. CPO Hospital Ostia, Rome, Italy, 3. S. Andrea Hospital, Rome, Italy, 4. Federico II University, Naples, Italy, 5. San Luigi Gonzaga Hospital, Turin, Italy, 6. University of Padua, Padua, Italy, 7. Italy
#198 Presenting Symptoms and Management of Cough-Induced Detrusor Contractions
Duecy E1, Buchsbaum G 2, Flynn M 2 1. University Of Rochester Medical Center, 2. University of Rochester
#199 Fowler syndrome-clinical characteristics and studies on ovarian innervation.
Radziszewski P1, Borkowski A 1, Czaplicki M1, Baranowski W2, Witek A 3, Bossowska A 4, Majewski M4 1. Department of Urology, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland, 2. Department of Gynecology, Military Medical Institute, Warsaw, Poland, 3. Department of Gynecology, Silesian Medical Academy, Katowice, Poland, 4. Department of Physiology, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland
#200 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF 1-HOUR PAD TEST IN THE PATIENT WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
Kim H1, Yang D Y1, Kim S Y2 1. Dep. of Urology, Kangdong Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University,Seoul, Korea , 2. Dep. of Urology, Kangdong Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University, Seoul, Korea
#201 Linguistic Validation and Psychometric Properties of the Korean Version of the King's Health Questionnaire Instrument in Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence
Oh S1, Kim H S 2, Kim J C 3, Lee J G 4, Paick J 1, Chung B S 5, Kim Y 6, Jung H C 7, Jeong J Y 8, Kang W 9, Choo M S 10, Park W 11 1. Department of Urology, Seoul National Univeristy College of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, Chungnam National University College of Medicine, 3. Department of Urology, The Catholic University of Korea College of Medicine, 4. Department of Urology, Korea University College of Medicine, 5. Department of Urology, Hallym University College of Medicine, 6. Department of Urology, Soonchunghyang University College of Medicine, 7. Department of Urology, Yeungnam University College of Medicine, 8. Department of Urology, Eul Ji Univesity School of Medicine, 9. Department of Information and Statistics, Daejeon University, 10. Department of Urology, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, 11. Department of Urology, Inha University College of Medicine
#202 The benefit of the intraoperative electrical stimulation of pelvic splanchnic nerves during nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy
Nakagawa H1, Katahira A1, Niikura H2, Kaiho Y1, Ikeda Y1, Takemoto J1, Matsushita M1, Yaegashi N1, Arai Y1 1. Tohoku University, 2. Tohoku University
#203 A prospective study of the usefulness of cystoscopy and bladder biopsy, in the diagnosis and management of lower urinary tract disorders in women.
Cartwright R1, Bidmead J1, Cardozo L1, Robinson D1, Vella M1, Stasiowska E1 1. King's College Hospital
#204 Comparison of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) reported in voiding diary and its agreement to urologist and nurse assessment
Gajewski J1, Puthenparumpil J 1, Swarna W 1 1. Dalhousie University
#205 Redesigning the continence pathway: the right patient with the right practitioner
Turner W1, Savage A1, Bane S1, Mackender J2, Clarke L1, Wynn-Williams M1, Slack M1 1. Cambridge University Foundation NHS Trust, 2. East Cambridgeshire PCT
#206 The effectiveness of dietary intervention in the management of women with faecal incontinence.
Goh J1, Sloane K 2, Gasparini E2, Krause H1, Chang A3, Carey M2, Tjandra J4 1. Greenslopes Private Hospital, 2. Royal Women's Hospital, 3. Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Brisbane, 4. Royal Melbourne Hospital
#207 Predicting successful outcome of transanal irrigation for treatment of bowel dysfunction in spinal cord injury patients
Christensen P1, Bazzochi G2, Coggrave M3, Abel R4, Hultling C5, Krogh K 6, Media S7, Laurberg S1 1. Surgical Research Unit, Department of Surgery P, Aarhus University Hospital, 2. Montecatone Rehabilitation Institute, University of Bologna, Italy, 3. National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stok Mandeville Hospital, United Kingdom, 4. Orthopädische Universitätsklinik Heidelberg, Germany, 5. Spinalis, Karolinsk Sjukhuset, Stockholm, Sweden, 6. Department of Hepatology and Gastroenterology, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, 7. Centre for Paraplegia, Viborg Hospital, Denmark
#208 CHOLINERGIC COMPONENT OF MICTURITION CONTRACTIONS INCREASE IN MICE WITH MILD BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION: CONSCIOUS CYSTOMERTIC STUDY.
Furuno T1, Tanaka H1, Kakizaki H2, Kitta T1, Mitsui T1, Nonomura K1 1. Department of Urology, Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine, 2. Department of Urology, Asahikawa Medical College
#209 CHANGES OF MUSCARINIC AND PURINERGIC RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN UROTHELIUM OF RATS WITH DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION
Kim J C1, Yoo J S1, Kim J H 2, Lee J Y1, Lee D H1, Cho D H1, Hwang T1 1. The Catholic University of Korea, 2. Yonsei University
#210 METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPE 1 (mGluR-1) KNOCKOUT MICE EXHIBIT DETRUSOR-SPHINCTER DYSSYNERGIA DURING MICTURITION
Yoshiyama M1, Araki I2, Beppu M2, Du S2, Kobayashi H2, Zakoji H2, Aiba A3, Takeda M2 1. Yamanashi Onsen Hospital, 2. Dept. of Urology, Univ. of Yamanashi Interdisciplinary Graduate Sch. Med. & Engineering, 3. Div. of Cell Biology, Dept. of Mol. Cell. Biology, Kobe Univ. Graduate Sch. Med.
#211 ACTIVATION OF TRANSIENT RECEPTOR POTENTIAL CHANNEL A1 CAUSES HYPERREFLEXIC MICTURITION BY AFFECTING BLADDER AFFERENT ACTIVITY IN RATS
Du S1, Araki I1, Nomura T1, Yoshiyama M1, Takeda M1 1. Department of Urology,Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Eng, University of Yamanashi
#212 The short- and long term effects of a single dose of apomorphine on micturition function in uni- and bi-lateral 6-hydroxydopamine treated Parkinson’s disease model rats
Uchiyama T1, Sakakibara R1, Yoshiyama M2, Lui Z 1, Yamamoto T1, Ito T1, Yamaguchi C3, Yamanish T4, Hattori T1 1. Department of Neurology Graduate School of Medicine Chiba University, 2. Department of Urology University of Yamanashi Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine & Engine, 3. Department of Clinical Laboratory Chiba University Hospital, 4. Department of Urology Dokkyo Medical College
#213 ARE METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES 1 AND 5 (mGluR-1 AND -5) INVOLVED IN AFFERENT PROCESSING OF DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY CHEMICAL IRRITATION IN MICE?
Yoshiyama M1, Araki I2, Beppu M2, Kobayashi H2, Zakoji H2, Du S2, Aiba A3, Takeda M2 1. Yamanashi Onsen Hospital, 2. Dept. of Urology, Univ. of Yamanashi Interdisciplinary Graduate Sch. Med. & Engineering, 3. Div. of Cell Biology, Dept. of Mol. Cell. Biology, Kobe Univ. Graduate Sch. Med.
#214 The effect of intravesical Resiniferatoxin, Oxybutynine, and Lidocaine on the afferent autonomic Vesical Sensory Threshold using a novel bladder electrode in rat
Yamada Y1, Ukimura O1, Absouassaly R2, Liu G2, Katims J3, Miki T4, Daneshgari F2 1. Cleveland Clinic Foudation and Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, 2. Cleveland Cinic Foudation, 3. Neurotron,Inc, 4. Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
#215 Bladder Dysfunction in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalitis: A Mouse Model for Studying Bladder Dysfunction in Demyelinating Disease
Daneshgari F1, Aleman M1, Frenkl T 1, Johnson J 1, Tuohy V1 1. The Cleveland Clinic
#216 Effects of suplatast tosilate, an antiallergy agent , on bladder pain response of conscious rat model of HCl-induced chronic cystitis.
Nakano K1, Orimoto N1, Kirimoto T1, Kiniwa M1, Oka T1 1. TAIHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD.
#217 THE PROCESS OF CHROMIC ISCHEMIA-INDUCED BLADDER DYSFUNCTION IN WATANABE HERITABLE HYPERLIPIDEMIC (WHHL-MI) RABBITS
Yoshida M1, Masunaga K 1, Satoji Y1, Maeda Y1, Matsumoto K1, Yono M1, Inadome A1, Ueda S1 1. Kumamoto University
#218 THE EFFECTS OF OVARIECTOMY AND ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT ON NERVE STIMULATION AND PASSIVE STRETCH INDUCED ACETYLCHOLINE RELEASE IN RAT BLADDER.
Yoshida J1, Takahashi N1, Haga N1, Aikawa K1, Yamaguchi O1 1. Fukushima Medical University
#219 AMILORIDE-SENSITIVE ION CHANNELS MODULATE THE STRETCH-EVOKED ATP RELEASE FROM THE RAT BLADDER EPITHELIUM
Du S1, Araki I1, Mikami Y1, Takeda M1 1. Department of Urology,Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Eng, University of Yamanashi
#220 The effect of resiniferatoxin on the sensory nerve of the rat prostate
Kim J H1, Kim M J1, Hong S H1, Lee J Y2, Kim J C2, Na Y G3, Suh J T4, Mah S Y 1 1. Yonsei University, 2. Catholic University, 3. Choong Nam University, 4. Sungkyunkwon University
#221 MOLECULAR BASIS OF URGENCY: VANILLOID RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN THE HUMAN BLADDER
Millard R J1, Liu L1, Mansfield K J1, Burcher E 1 1. University of New South Wales
#222 Inhibitory effects of intravesical alpha1-adrenoceptor agonist instillation on the micturition reflex in the rat
Yano M1, Hayashi Y1, Masuda H2, Kihara K2, de Groat W C1, Chancellor M B1, Yoshimura N1 1. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2. Tokyo Medical and Dntal University
#223 New methods for evaluation of afferent activity from lower urinary tract in mice
Nomura M1, Nishii H1, Fujimoto N1, Matsumoto T1 1. University of Occupational and Environmental Health
#224 Effects of intrathecal cholinesterase inhibitor application on bladder overactivity induced by cyclophosphamide and acetic acid
Masuda H1, Chancellor M2, Kihara K1, de Graot W3, de Miguel F2, Yoshimura N2 1. Department of Urology, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, 2. Department of Urology, University of Pittsburgh, 3. Department of Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh
#225 Neurophysiological nociceptive flexion (RIII) reflex evaluation during intravescically administration of N/OFQ: hypothesis on mechanism and site of action in humans.
Malaguti S1, Lazzeri M2, Spinelli M1, Zanollo L1 1. spinal unit niguarda hospital, 2. urology santa chiara hospital florence
#226 URODYNAMIC EFFECTS OF A NOVEL EP1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST IN NORMAL RATS AND RATS WITH BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION
LEE T1, AF FORSELLES K2, NEWGREEN D2, HEDLUND P3, ANDERSSON K3 1. Inha University Hospital, 2. Pfizer Central Research, 3. Lund University Hospital
#227 Bladder function in mice lacking TRPV4
Nakamura Y1, Suzuki M2, Mizuno A2, Nimura T3, Kawatani M3 1. Sakuradai Hospital , 2. Jichi Medical School, 3. Akita University School of Medicine
#228 Acute Pudendal Nerve Stimulation Improves Cystometric Volumes in Urge Incontinent Patients
Aguirre O A1 1. Urogynecology Associates of Colorado
#229 Recovery of Detrusor Function after Urethral Botulinum A Toxin Injection in Patients with Idiopathic Low Detrusor Contractility and Voiding Dysfunction
#230 The natural history of urinary urgency following intradetrusor injections of Botulinum neurotoxin A – a comparison between patients with neurogenic (NDO) and idiopathic (IDO) detrusor overactivity (DO)
Kalsi V1, Apostolidis A1, Gonzales G 1, Elneil S1, Dasgupta P 2, Fowler C J1 1. The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, 2. Guy's and St.Thomas's Hospitals, and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
#231 Variation between clinical and urodynamic responses in patients receiving intradetrusor botulinum A for refractory neurogenic overactivity
Toh K1, Tow A1 1. Tan Tock Seng Hospital
#232 Urethral Instability and Sacral Nerve Stimulation (SNS): towards explaning it's efficacy
Groenendijk P1, Lycklama a Nijeholt G2 1. Reinier de Graaf Groep, 2. Leiden University Medical Center
#233 SURGICAL INTERVENTIONS FOLLOWING INTERSTIM® SACRAL NERVE MODULATION IMPLANT – 11 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
Gajewski J1 1. Dalhousie University
#234 The effects of amantadine on lower urinary tract dysfunction and nocturnal polyuria in parkinsonian patients
Uchiyama T1, Sakakibara R 1, Lui Z 1, Yamamoto T 1, Ito T 1, Yamaguchi C2, Yamanishi T 3, Hattori T 1 1. Department of Neurology Graduate School of Medicine Chiba University, 2. Department of Clinical Laboratory Chiba University Hospital, 3. Department of Urology Dokkyo Medical Callege
#235 The voiding function of down syndrome
Matsuo M1, Noguchi M1, Hatada T1, Tobu S1, Matsuo T1, Tajima J2, Tanaka A3, Kondoh T3, Moriuchi H3, Kanetake H1 1. Division of Nephro-Urology, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, 2. Division of Nursing care, Nagasaki University Hospital, 3. Division of Pediatrics, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
#236 PERCUTANEOUS TIBIAL NERVE STIMULATION (PTNS): RESULTS AT LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP
Cappellano F1, Finazzi Agro E2, Giollo A1, Petta F2, Catanzaro M1, Miano R2, Germani S2, Catanzaro F1 1. Dept. Urology, Policlinico Multimedica, Sesto San Giovanni (Milano), Italy, 2. Dept. of Urology, Tor Vergata University, Rome, Italy
#237 Hypnotherapy as a complementary treatment of Interstitial Cystitis/ Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
Doggweiler R1 1. University of Tennessee, Division of Urology
#238 Urinary ATP is the predictive marker for the effect of hydrodistension in the interstitial cystitis patients
Yamamoto K1, Takao T2, Kiuchi H2, Miyagawa Y2, Takada S2, Tsujimura A2, Noma M1, Fukumoto Y1, Yamanaka M1, Takeyama M1, Okuyama A2 1. Osaka Central hospital, 2. Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine
#239 Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) up-regulation in sever intestitial cystitis
Kiuchi H1, Takao T1, Miyagawa Y1, Takada S1, Tsujimura A1, Yamamoto K2, Fukumoto Y2, Yamanaka M2, Takeyama M2, Okuyama A1 1. Osaka University Hospital, 2. Osaka Central Hospital
#240 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SYMPTOM REDUCTION AND SATISFACTION WITH PENTOSAN POLYSULFATE SODIUM IN PATIENTS WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME
Sand P K1, Zhang H F2, Chen A2, Creanga D L3, Wan G J2 1. Evanston Continence Center Northwestern University, 2. Ortho Women's Health & Urology, 3. Statistical Consultant
#241 THE EFFECT OF DMSO ON RAT NORMAL BLADDER MUCOSA AND ON BLADDER INFLAMMATION AFTER PROTAMINE SULFATE INSTILLATION
Soler R1, Bruschini H1, Truzzi J C1, Alves M T1, Pimentel L G1, Camara N O1, Martins J R1, Leite K R1, Nader H1, Ortiz V1, Srougi M1 1. Federal University of Sao Paulo
#242 Is the effect of hydrodistension temporal? ―5year follow-up of 170 painful bladder syndrome patients―
Saito R1, Tamaki M2, Sugino Y3, Nishikawa N4, Terai A1, Ueda T5 1. Kurashiki Central Hospital, 2. Wakayama Red Cross Medical Center, 3. Kyoto University, 4. Kohka Public Hospital, 5. Kyoto City Hospital
#243 VIDEO-URODYNAMIC EVALUATION OF NEGATIVE PROGNOSTIC FACTORS FOR SPONTANEOUS RESOLUTION OF PRIMARY VESICO-URETERAL REFLUX IN MALE INFANTS
Igawa Y1, Ichino M1, Seki S1, Ishizuka O1, Nishizawa O1 1. Department of Urology, Shinshu University School of Medicine
#244 Pelvic floor function outcome after nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy
Li Marzi V1, Del Popolo G2, Filocamo M1, Delle Rose A1, Marzocco M1, Nicita G1 1. Clinica Urologica II, University of Florence, 2. NeuroUrology, Spinal Unit, Florence
#245 Dynamic Characteristics of the Vaginal High Pressure Zone Assessed by 3-Dimensional Ultrasound Images of the Pelvic Floor
Jung S1, Pretorius D1, Padda B1, Weinstein M1, Nager C1, Den Boer D1, Mittal R1 1. Pelvic Floor Function and Disorder Group, UC San Diego
#246 Activity of the pelvic floor muscles during a range of abdominal manoeuvres
Junginger B1, Baessler K 2, Sapsford R3, Smith M 3, Hodges P 4 1. Devision of Physiotherapy The University of Queensland Brisbane Australia and Charité University, 2. Charité University Hospital Berlin Germany, 3. Devision of Physiotherapy The University of Queensland Brisbane Australia, 4. Devision of Physiotherapy The University of Queesland Brisbane Australia
#247 Postural response of the pelvic floor muscles is affected by stress urinary incontinence
Smith M 1, Coppieters M1, Hodges P1 1. The University of Queensland
#248 The effect of different postures on the resting activity of the pelvic floor muscles
Thompson J1, O'Sullivan P1 1. Curtin University
#249 THE EFFECT OF SITTING POSTURE ON RESTING PELVIC FLOOR AND ABDOMINAL MUSCLE ACTIVITY IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE.
Sapsford R R1, Richardson C A1, Hodges P W 1 1. University of Queensland
#250 A Survey Of The Educational Needs Of Continence Nurse Specialists For The Use Of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Therapy
Ness W1 1. Mayday University Hospital
#251 Characterization of the Mechanical Parameters Associated with Pelvic Floor Muscles Contractions
Peng Q1, Jones R 2, Shishido K 3, Payne C 1, Perkash I 4, Omata S5, Constantinou C E 1 1. Department of Urology, School of Medicine, Stanford University, CA, USA, 2. School of Health Professions & Rehabilitation Sciences, Southampton University, UK, 3. Department of Urology, School of Medicine, Fukushima Medical University, Fukushima, Japan, 4. SCI center, PAVA & Department of Urology, School of Medicine, Stanford University, CA, USA, 5. NEWCAT, Nihon University, Fukushima, Japan
#252 Local application with suplatast tosilate improves bladder dysfunction and suppresses afferent nerve activity in chemical-induced cystitis rats
Orimoto N1, Kirimoto T1, Nakano K1, Hayashi Y1, Kiniwa M1, Oka T1 1. Taiho Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.
#253 Effects of menthol on micturition in rats with spinal cord injury
Yoshida A1, Nomoto Y1, Ikeda S1, Kamikawa Y1, Harada K1, Ohwatashi A1, Tanaka N1, Kawahira K1 1. Kagoshima University
#254 SMP-986, a Na+-channel blocker and a muscarinic receptor antagonist, showed increased voiding efficiency in anesthetized dogs
Yamamoto S1, Yamamoto T1, Yamaguchi N1, Goto N1, Yamane H1, Matsui K1 1. Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Co., Ltd.
#255 Propiverine and metabolites: Binding to muscarinic receptors, effects on intracellular calcium-release and human detrusor contraction
Wuest M1, Waelbroeck M2, Braeter M 3, Kelly L 4, Ravens U 1 1. Dept. of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Medical Faculty, Dresden University of Technology, Germany, 2. Laboratoire de Chimie Biologique et de la Nutrition; Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique, 3. APOGEPHA Arzneimittel GmbH Dresden, Germany, 4. Dept. of Urology, Hospital of the Diakonissenanstalt Dresden e.V., Germany
#256 Cholinergic functional changes in the cyclophosphamide-induced cystitis of the rat urinary bladder
Giglio D1, Andersson M1, Tobin G1 1. Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Department of Pharmacology, the Sahlgrenska Academy
#257 Large species differences in contribution of calcium-influx via L-type calcium currents during muscarinic receptor mediated detrusor contraction
Wuest M1, Hiller N 1, Braeter M2, Hakenberg O W 3, Wirth M P3, Ravens U1 1. Dept. of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Medical Faculty, Dresden University of Technology, 2. APOGEPHA Arzneimittel GmbH Dresden, 3. Dept. of Urology, University Clinics, Dresden University of Technology
#258 Is the Urothelium-derived Inhibitory Factor an endogenous steroid?
Cross R L1, Chapple C R2, Chess-Williams R3 1. The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK, 2. The Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, UK, 3. Bond University, Queensland, Australia
#259 CAN MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS INCREASE URINE STORING FUNCTION WITHOUT REDUCING VOIDING FUNCTION ?
NANRI M1, KUWATA Y1, KIRIMOTO T1, OKA T1 1. TAIHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD.
#260 Muscarinic and purinergic receptors are altered in the bladder of rat models with interstitial cystitis
Kageyama A1, Oki T1, Luvsandorj O1, Kurosawa S1, Yamada S 1 1. Department of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, Sch of Pharm Sci, Univ of Shizuoka
#261 IMPROVEMENT IN BLADDER STORAGE FUNCTION BY ALPHA1-BLOCKER DEPENDS ON SUPPRESSION OF C-FIBER URETHRAL AFFERENT ACTIVITY IN RATS
Yusup A1, Miwa Y1, Oyama N1, Aoki Y1, Tanase K1, Shioyama R1, Matsuta Y1, Nakai M1, Kaneda T1, Akino H1, Yokoyama O1 1. University of Fukui
#262 MECHANISMS FOR STRETCH-INDUCED NON-NEURONAL ATP AND ACECHYLCHOLINE RELEASES FROM HUMAN BLDDER
Yoshida M1, Inadome A1, Masunaga K1, Maeda Y1, Satoji Y1, Kai N1, Sugiyama Y1, Ueda S1 1. Kumamoto University
#263 Effects of beta3-agonist, AJ-9677, on mediating relaxation of the rat, monkey and human urinary bladder in vitro.
Otsuka A1, Shinbo H1, Hasebe K2, Isogaya M2, Ushiyama T1, Ozono S1 1. Department of Urology, Hamamatsu University, School of Medicine, 2. Pharmaceutical Research Laboratories, Toray Industries, Inc.
#264 EFFECT OF GOSHA-JINKI-GAN, A HERBAL MEDICINE, ON BLADDER ACTIVITY AND THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM IN RATS.
Nishijima S1, Sugaya K1, Miyazato M1, Ogawa Y1 1. Division of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus.
#265 The active metabolite (DPr-P-4(N→O)) of propiverine hydrochloride may contribute to the bladder selectivity of this drug to treat patients with overactive bladder
Yamada S1, Oki T1, Maruyama S1, Yoshida K2, Nanri M2, Takeda M3 1. Department of Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, Sch of Pharm Sci, Univ of Shizuoka, 2. Taiho Pharm Co. Ltd., 3. Sch of Med, Univ of Yamanashi
#266 THE OUTWARD POTASSIUM CURRENT IS INCREASED BY BETA AGONISTS IN CULTURED HUMAN URINRAY BLADDER SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS
Takemoto J1, Masumiya H2, Ikeda Y1, Nakagawa H1, Yanagisawa T3, Arai Y1 1. Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Urology , 2. Hyogo Medical School, Department of Physiology, 3. Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Molecular Pharmacology
#267 TYPE 4 PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITOR SHOWS ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS AND REDUCES URINARY FREQUENCY IN THE HYDROCHLORIDE INDUCED INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS RAT MODEL
Kitta T1, Tanaka H1, Sano H1, Furuno T1, Mitsui T1, Moriya K1, Nonomura K1 1. Hokkaido University
#268 Expression of cyclic AMP and cyclic GMP phosphodiesterase (PDE) isoenzmymes in the human prostate: an immunohistochemical study
Uckert S1, Oelke M2, Stief C3, Jonas U1, Hedlund P4 1. Hannover Medical School, Dept. of Urology, Hannover, Germany, 2. University of Amsterdam, Academic Medical Center, Dept. of Urology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3. Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Academic Hospital Grosshadern, Dept. of Urology, Munich, Germany, 4. Lund University Hospital, Dept. of Clinical & Experimental Pharmacology, Lund, Sweden
#269 ANTIMUSCARINIC DRUG INHIBITS DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY TOPICAL　APPLICATION OF PROSTAGLANDIN E2 TO THE LOWER URINARY TRACT WITH A REDUCTION IN URETHRAL PRESSURE
Nakai M1, Yusup A1, Miwa Y1, Oyama N1, Aoki Y1, Tanase K1, Matsuta Y1, Shioyama R1, Kaneda T1, Akino H1, Yokoyama O1 1. University of Fukui
#270 Effect of Zolpidem tartrate on urine volume in rats
Yanai-Inamura H1, Ohtake A1, Suzuki M1, Sasamata M1 1. Astellas Pharma Inc.
#271 Spontaneous contractions of the pig bladder: effect of the ATP-dependent potassium channel opener cromakalim and influence of the urothelium.
Akino H1, Chapple C R2, Cross R L1, Murakami S1, Sellers D J3, McKay N3, Chess-Williams R4 1. University of Sheffield, 2. Royal Hallamshire Hospital, 3. Sheffield Hallam University, 4. Bond University
#272 EFFECTS OF TRPA1 RECEPTOR-AGONISTS ON THE ISOLATED DETRUSOR AND ON MICTURITION IN RATS
Streng T1, Hedlund P2, Zygmunt P2, Högestätt E2, Andersson K2 1. University on Turku, Division of Genetics and Physiology, Laboratory of Animal Physiology, 2. Department of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology, Lund University Hospital, Lund, Sweden
#273 ALPHA1D-ADRENOCEPTOR ANTAGONIST NAFTOPIDIL INHIBITS PROSTATE GROWTH WITHOUT APOPTOSIS IN BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA MODEL RAT
Kojima Y1, Sasaki S1, Oda N2, Kubota Y1, Hayashi Y1, Kiniwa M2, Kohri K1 1. Department of Nephro-urology, Nagoya City University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 2. Taiho Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, Hanno Research Center
#274 ALPHA-AMINO-3-HYDROXY-5-METHYL-4-ISOXAZOLEPROPIONATE (AMPA) GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST CAN INHIBIT PREMICTURITION CONTRACTIONS IN RATS WITH BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION
Kitta T1, Kakizaki H2, Sano H1, Furuno T1, Mitsui T1, Moriya K1, Tanaka H1, Nonomura K1 1. Hokkaido University, 2. Asahikawa medical college
#275 Nicorandil, a KATP channel opener and nitric oxide donor, was effective to reduce the bladder overactivity
Horie S1, Muto S 1, Kamiyama Y1, Nishio K1, Okada H1, Ishizuka N2, Saito K2 1. Department of Urology, Teikyo University Hospital, 2. Chugai Pharmaceutical
#276 The effective and safe dose-escalating method in patients with concomitant benign prostatic hyperplasia and antihypertensive medications after initial doxazosin GITS 4 mg: Doxazosin GITS 8 mg versus combined therapy with doxazosin GITS 4 mg and tamsulosin 0.2 mg
Cho I1, Kim J1, Lee K1 1. Ilsan-Paik Hospital
#277 The effect of desmopressin in the treatment of mixed nocturia having nocturnal polyuria and low nocturnal bladder capacity.
Lee K S 1, Choo M S2, Sung H H 1, Lee J G 3, Park C H 4, Paick J S 5, Lee J J 6, Ahn T Y 2, Kim K S 2, Han D H1, Park W H7 1. Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, 2. Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan, 3. Korea University School of Medicine, 4. Kei-myung University School of Medicine, 5. Seoul National University School of Medicine, 6. Pusan University School of Medicine, 7. Inha University School of Medicine
#278 A comparison of the pharmacokinetics of trospium chloride 60 mg extended release given under a fasted condition to the pharmacokinetics when given with concurrent antacid and when given with a high-fat meal.
Koller L1, Chaber J1, Najarian N1, Sabounjian L1, LeMaster C1 1. Indevus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
#279 PROPIVERINE HYDROCHLORIDE REDUCED FREQUENCY AND PERCEPTION OF URGENCY IN TREATMENT OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER: A 12 WEEK PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE BLIND, PLACEBO CONTROLLED STUDY
Lee K S1, Choo M S2, Paick J S 3, Lee J G 4, Seo J T 5, Lee J Z 6, Yoon H 7, Park C H 8, Na Y 9, Jeong Y B 10, Lee J B 11, Park W H 12 1. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Samsung Medical Center, Seoul, 2. Asan Medical Center, Univeristy of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, 3. Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul, 4. Korea University Anam Hospital, Seoul, 5. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, 6. Pusan National University Hospital, Pusan, 7. Ewha Womans University School of Medicine, Seoul , 8. Keimyung University School of Medicine, Daegu, 9. College of Medicine Chungnam National University, Daejeon, 10. Chonbuk National University Medical School, Jeonju, 11. Gachon Medical University, Incheon, 12. College of Medicine Inha University, Incheon
#280 The effects of tolterodine on carbachol-induced contraction in human bladder smooth muscles in normal state and in detrusor overactivity associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia
Yamanishi T1, Mizuno T1, Kamai T1, Nakanishi K1, Sakakibara R2, Uchiyama T2, Ito T 2, Yamamoto T2, Kitahara S1, Yasuda K 1, Yoshida K1 1. Dokkyo University, 2. Chiba University
#281 Solifenacin significantly reduces both urgency severity and bother: results from the flexible dose, placebo controlled, multinational SUNRISE study
Cardozo L1, Dewilde T2, Feyereisl J3, Wadie B4, Amarenco G5, Liapis A6, Drogendijk T7, Wright M8, Bolodeoku J8 1. King's College Hospital, London, UK, 2. Stuivenberg General Hospital, 2060 Antwerp - Belgium, 3. Podolské nábřeží 157, Prague 4, Czech Republic, 4. Mansoura Urology & Nephrology centre, Mansoura, Egypt, 5. Hôpital Rothschild, Paris 12, France, 6. Aretaieion University Hospital- Maginion Institution, Athens, Greece, 7. Astellas Pharma Europe, Leiderdorp, The Netherlands, 8. Astellas Pharma Europe, Staines, UK
#282 Urinary incontinence during pregnancy and after the first labour
Sottner O1, Zahumensky J1, Krcmar M1, Kolarik D1, Halaska M G2, Brtnicka H1, Dvorska M1, Driak D1, Halaska M1 1. Dpt. of OB/Gyn, Teaching Hospital Na Bulovce, First Medical Faculty, Charles University, 2. Dpt. of OB/Gyn, Teaching Hospital Motol, Second Medical Faculty, Charles University
#283 A study to involve older continence service users in the development of quality standards in continence services
billings J1, wagg A2 1. University of Kent, 2. Royal College of Physicians
#284 PATIENT QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER AUGMENTATION CYSTOPLASTY FOR NEUROGENIC BLADDER DYSFUNCTION
Herschorn S1, Davies T 1 1. University of Toronto
#285 Quality of life and work impairment in nocturia patients before and after antidiuretic treatment.
Holm-Larsen T1, Hansen E H1, Andersson B2, Tubelius P3, Quartarolo J4, Sänneskog P4, Nørgaard J4 1. The Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2. MHC Företagshälsovård AB, Dalagatan 1, 11123 Stockholm, 3. Tetra Pak OHS, 22186 Lund, 4. Ferring Pharmaceuticals A/S
#286 Evaluation of the quality of life of women with stress urinary incontinence using King’s College Health Questionnaire after pelvic floor muscle exercise.
Azevedo G R 1, Pasquini M B2, Vicentin T C2, Sampaio Neto L F2, Santos V L C G3 1. Fundaçao Sao Paulo - PUC/SP e Escola de Enfermagem USP , 2. Fundaçao Sao Paulo - PUC/SP, 3. Escola de Enfermagem - USP
#287 Quality of life in the families who care for aging patients with urinary management.
Tajima J1, Iwakiri N 1, Takeuchi M1, Ohhira T1, Noguchi M2, Kanetake H2 1. Division of Nursing care Nagasaki University Hospital, 2. Department of Urology Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
#288 COMBINED OBTURATOR - PRE PUBIC ANTERIOR VAGINAL WALL PROLAPSE REPAIR: REPORT OF A MULTICENTRIC CLINICAL TRIAL
Palma P1, Riccetto C1, Muller V1, Herrman V1, Tcherniakosky M2, del Roy C2, Adile B3, Cianci A4, Bandiera S4, Sarsotti C5, Contreras Ortiz O5, Salvador Geo M6 1. University of Campinas - UNICAMP, 2. Sao Paulo, 3. Italy, 4. University of Catania - Italy, 5. Buenos Aires - Argentina, 6. Belo Horizonte - Brazil
#289 Apoptotic response to xenogenic acellular collagen implant and polypropylene in a murine model
Zheng F1, Lin Y 2, Ozog Y 1, Konstantinovic M 1, Claerhout F1, Spelzini F1, Verbiest L 1, Verbeken E 3, De Ridder D 4, Deprest J 5 1. Centre for surgical technologies,KU leuven, 2. Lab of transplantaion immunology,KU leuven, 3. Dept. of Pathology, KU leuven, 4. Dept. of Urology, KU leuven, 5. Centre for surgical technologies, Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, KU leuven
#290 Adjuvant Alloderm Graft for Advanced Anterior Compartment Prolapse: Comparison to Standard Anterior Colporrhaphy at 1-Year
Botros S1, Sand P1, Miller J1, Beaumont J1, Abramov Y1, Ashkenazi S1, Goldberg R1 1. Evanston Continence Center, Northwestern University
#291 PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE TRANS VAGINAL MESH (TVM) TECHNIQUE FOR TREATMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE – ONE YEAR RESULTS OF 175 PATIENTS.
Jacquetin B1, Cosson M2, Lucente V3, Miller D4, Robinson D5, Berrocal J6, Clavé H 7, Debodinance P8, Garbin O9, Rosenthal C10, Salet-Lizée D11, Villet R11 1. Maternité Hotel-Dieu, CHU, 2. Hôpital Jeanne de Flandre, CHRU de Lille , 3. Institute for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Allentown , 4. Milwaukee Urogynecology, Milwaukee, WI, 5. Lincoln Center OB/GYN, P.A., Topeka, KS, 6. Clinique de l'Europe, Rouen, 7. Clinique Saint George, Nice, 8. Maternité Les Bazennes, CH de Dunkerque, 9. SIHCUS- CMCO, Schiltigheim, 10. Clinique Saint Germain, Brive-La Gaillarde, 11. Groupe Hospitalier Des Diaconesses, Paris
#292 Augmentation cystoplasty in patients with multiple sclerosis – long term follow-up
Zachoval R1, Vik V1, Zalesky M2, Heracek J2, Lukes M2, Urban M2, Mayerova K3, Medova E3, Pitha J3 1. Department of Urology, Faculty Thomayer Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic, 2. Department of Urology, 3rd Faculty Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic, 3. Department of Neurology, 3rd Faculty Hospital, Prague, Czech Republic
#293 Bladder enterocystoplasty and renal transplantation
Miyaoka R1, D´Ancona C A L1, Ikari L Y1, da Silva Jr W 1, Reges R1, Netto Jr N R1 1. UNICAMP
#294 POST-ORTHOTOPIC NEO-BLADDER FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE: 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Abdel-Karim A1, Hassouna M1, Koraitm M1, El-Salmy S1, Fayed A 1 1. Urology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University
#295 A meta-analysis of pelvic floor muscle training for treatment of women with urinary incontinence
Choi H1, Palmer M2, Park J2 1. Konkuk University, 2. University of North Carolina
#296 EFFECT OF BIOFEEDBACK THERAPY ON PSYCHOLOGICAL BURDEN IN OLDER WOMEN WITH URGE URINARY INCONTINENCE
Tadic S1, Schaefer W1, Griffiths D1, Resnick N1 1. University of Pittsburgh
#297 Continence status five years after cessation of organised pelvic floor muscle training
Morkved S1, Fjortoft T1, Lindland M1, Bo K2 1. St.Olavs Hospital, Clinical service, Trondheim, Norway, 2. Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo, Norway
#298 Neurophysiological guidance in infiltrative therapy for pudendal neuralgia.
Malaguti S1, Spinelli M1, Citeri M1, Zanollo L1, tarantola J1, redaelli T1 1. niguarda hospital
#299 Proactive continence care by nurses: a study of their decision making and the evaluation of an educational intervention
Curran C1, McConkey R2, Ludwick R3 1. University of Ulster, 2. Univeristy of Ulster, 3. Kent State University
#300 Reducing The Symptoms Of Overactive Bladder And Urinary Incontinence: Results Of A Two-Month Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial
Schauss D A1, Spiller D G2 1. AIBMR Life Sciences, 2. Sphera Research Foundation
#301 2 Year Follow-up Data on 147 Patients Implanted with the Monarc Transobturator Sling for Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence
De Ridder D1, DeBodinance P2, Fischer A3, Marques Queimadelos A4, Courtieu C5, Cervigni M6, Rane A7, Raßler J8, Herschorn S9, Urwin G10, Goetze W11, Jacquetin B12 1. Univ. Hospital K.U. Leuven, 2. Maternite Les Bazennes, 3. Krankenhaus Sankt Josef, 4. Hospital Clinico Universitario, 5. Clinique Beau Soleil, 6. Universita Degli Studi di Tor Vergata, 7. Townsville Hospital, 8. St. Elisabeth-Krankenhaus, 9. Sunnybrook & Women’s Hospital, 10. York District Hospital, 11. Krankenhaus Strausberg , 12. Maternite Hotel Dieu
#302 A two-year follow-up of a new readjustable transobturator approach for surgical treatment of female stress urinary incontinence
Adile B1, Gugliotta G1, Adile G1 1. Villa Sofia Hospital
#303 Which preoperative variables predict 3 year subjective cure after TVT operation ?
Kulseng-Hanssen S1, Sandvik L2 1. Dept. Obst. & Gyn. Asker & Bærum Hospital Norway , 2. Dept. Statistics Ullevål University Hospital Oslo Norway
#304 ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER AND THE BULBAR MALE SLING IN THE TREAMENT OF POST-PROSTATECTOMY INCONTINENCE: A COMPARISON STUDY
Herschorn S1, Liu M1, Baverstock R1 1. University of Toronto
#305 USE OF THE ADJUSTABLE CONTINENCE THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF RECURRENT FEMALE URODYNAMIC STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
Kocjancic E 1, Crivellaro S1, Ranzoni S1, Bonvini D1, Frea B1 1. Ospedale Maggiore della Carita, Novara, Italy
#306 Safety of inside-out transobturator approach for urinary stress incontinence treatment : Prospective multicentric study of 994 patients – French TVT-O registry.
Collinet P1, Ciofu C2, Cosson M1, Costa P 3, Deval B 4, Grise P 5, Haab F 6, Jacquetin B 7 1. Hôpital Jeanne de Flandre, 2. Hôpital Tenon, Paris, 3. Hôpital Caremeau, Nimes, 4. CHU Nancy, 5. CHU Rouen, 6. CHU Tenon, Paris, 7. CHU de Clermont-Ferrand
#307 RELIABILITY OF PEAK FLOW RATE OBTAINED FROM A VOIDING CYCLE INTERRUPTED BY INFLATION OF A PENILE CUFF
Griffiths C1, Drinnan M1, Caffarel J1, Robson W2, Pickard R2 1. Regional Medical Physics Department, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 2. Department of Urology, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
#308 URGENCY TIP ; A PORTABLE PATIENT-ACTIVATED DEVICE FOR OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENT OF BLADDER SENSATION.
Kobayashi H1, Tsuchida T1, Araki I1, Zakoji H1, Du S1, Mikami Y1, Takeda M1, Kiyohiro N2 1. Department of Urology,University of Yamanashi Faculty of Medicine, 2. Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,University of Yamanashi Faculty of Engineering
#309 ASSESSMENT OF TIME TO ONSET: THE EFFECT OF SINGLE ORAL DOSE OF TOLTERODINE ON NEUROGENIC DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY IN SPINAL CORD INJURY PATIENTS
Geirsson G1, Scholfield D2, Haughie S2, Steindorsdottir S1, Hardardottir A1, Glue P3, Malhotra B3 1. Dept of Urology, Landspitali University Hospital, Iceland, 2. Pfizer, UK, 3. Pfizer, USA
#310 RESIDUAL URINE VOLUMES IN WOMEN WITH LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS: PREVALENCE,ASSOCIATIONS AND LEVEL PREDISPOSING TO RECURRENT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS.
Haylen B1, Verity L1, Schulz S1, Law M2, Zhou J2, Sutherst J3 1. ST VINCENTS CLINIC, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA, 2. UNIVERSITY OF NSW, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA, 3. LIVERPOOL WOMENS HOSPITAL, LIVERPOOL. U.K.
#311 Can we safely limit the use of invasive urodynamics in the preoperative evaluation of stress urinary incontinence in women?
Albright T 1, Gehrich A 1, Buller J 1, Fischer J 1, Bosco J1, Davis G 1 1. Walter Reed Army Medical Center
#312 Effect of 8-OHDPAT on External Urethral Sphincter (EUS) Activity in Pudendal Nerve Injury Rats
Cheng C L1, Peng C W2, Chen J J2, Huang S C1, Chang H Y3, de Groat W C3 1. Div. Urology, Dept. of Surgery, Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C., 2. Institute of Biomedical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, R.O.C., 3. Department of Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pennsylvania, USA
#313 Can pressure flow study and non-invasive studies predict the clinical outcome after transurethral resection of prostate?
#314 DIAGNOSIS OF OBSTRUCTION – PLAYING THE ODDS
Drinnan M1, Caffarel J1, Griffiths C1, Robson W2, Pickard R2 1. Medical Physics Department, Freeman Hospital, 2. Department of Urology, Freeman Hospital
#315 Reliability of clinical judgement in predicting urodynamics results
Housami F1, Al-Hayek S1, Belal M1, Agur W1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute
#316 Quality Control: A comparison of urodynamic traces before and after attendance at an established urodynamic course
Ellis-Jones J1, Bevan W 1, Matharu G2, Assassa P 3, Abrams P1 1. BRISTOL UROLOGICAL INSTITUTE, 2. SOLIHULL HOSPITAL, 3. PINDERFIELDS GENERAL HOSPITAL
#317 Using external camera and colour filling fluid in Valsalva leak point pressure detection with subsequent introital ultrasonography - new possibilities in diagnostics of female stress urinary incontinence
Vrtal R1, Zatura F 1, Vidlar A1, Grepl M 1 1. Urologic Clinic
#318 Urine production rate and bladder function in the normal pig
Deding D1, Pedersen M1, Bjarkam C2, Djurhuus J C1 1. Clinical Institute, Aarhus University Hospital, 2. Anatomy Department, Aarhus University
#319 The Role Of Ambulatory Urodynamic Investigation In Patients With Urinary Incontinence (Can It Become a Standard Clinical Investigation?)
Dökmeci F1, Cengiz B1, Seval M 1 1. Ankara University School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
#320 IS Three Repeated Filling Cystometries Necessary For Patients With Detrusor Overactivity?
Tsang W C1, O'Donoghue J P2, Harris B K2, Yadav A3, Reynard J R2, Noble J G2 1. The Chuchill Hospital, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust, 2. The Churchill Hospital, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust, 3. The Churchill Hospital, Oxford Radcliffe Hosptals NHS Trust
#321 Urodynamic changes during intra vaginal electro stimulation with a frequency of 8 Hz
Voorham - van der Zalm P J1, Pelger R C 1, Ouwerkerk T1, Dijk van G1, Elzevier H W1, Jong-Mom de C M1, Lycklama a Nijeholt G A1 1. Leiden University Medical Center
#322 THE EFFECT OF ALPHA-ADRENERGIC BLOCKER ON PROSTATIC ENLARGEMENT: NON INVASIVE ULTRASOUND URODYNAMIC EVALUATION OF VELOCITY-FLOW PLOTS
Ozawa H1, Watanabe T1, Nishiyama Y1, Uematsu K1, Nose H1, Kumon H1 1. Okayama University Graduate School
#323 Establishing a Mean Post-Void Residual Volume in Asymptomatic Peri- and Post-Menopausal Women
Gehrich A1, Stany M1, Fischer J 1, Buller J 1, Zahn C1 1. Walter Reed Army Medical Center
#324 IS DETRUSOR HYPERTROPHY IN WOMEN ASSOCIATED WITH SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS OF VOIDING DYSFUNCTION?
#325 The Effect of Physical Activity on Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
Ali N S1, Higgs P 1, Smith A 1, Hosker G 1 1. Warrell Unit
#326 WHAT'S 'NORMAL' PELVIC ORGAN DESCENT- AND WHAT'S 'PROLAPSE'?
Dietz H P1, Lekskulchai O2 1. University of Sydney, 2. Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand