#327 Distribution of elastin fiber in prostate
Matsumoto S1, Sugimoto K1, Shimizu N 1, Hanai T1, Uemura H1 1. Department of Urology, Kinki University School of Medicine
#328 Effect of alpha-lipoic acid on reduction and oxidation process of bladder in a diabetic animal model
Min K1, Kang D1, Kim S2, Choi S3 1. Paik Institute of Clinical research, Pusan Paik Hospital, Inje University, 2. Paik Institute of Clinical Research, 3. Pusan Paik Hospital, Inje University
#329 EXPRESSION OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE ISOFORMS AND PROTEIN NITRATION OF RABBIT URINAYR BLADDER FOLLOWING BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION
Lin A1, Chen K1, Chang L1 1. Div. Urology, Taipei Veterans General Hospital
#330 DETRUSOR WALL THICKNESS IN WOMEN WITH A HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD NOCTURNAL ENURESIS
Lekskulchai O1, Dietz H P2 1. Thammasat University, 2. University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
#331 Patients Bothered by Incontinence Report Improvements Following Treatment with Solifenacin in the VOLT Trial
Garely A 1, Kaufman J2, Andoh M3 1. Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, NY, 2. Urology Research Options, Aurora, CO, 3. Astellas Pharma, Inc., Deerfield, IL
#332 Solifenacin Reduces Overactive Bladder Symptoms and Improves Health-related Quality of Life in Patients Previously Treated with Tolterodine
Karram M1, Chancellor M2, Andoh M3 1. Tri-State Urogyenecology, Cincinnati, OH, 2. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 3. Astellas Pharma, Inc., Deerfield, IL
#333 DOES PROPIVERINE CAUSE POST VOID RESIDUAL URINE ? A STUDY REVIEW IN PATIENTS WITH OAB, OAB AND BPS, AND NEUROGENIC DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY
Madersbacher H1, Mürtz G2, Alloussi S3, Stöhrer M4 1. University Hospital Innsbruck, 2. APOGEPHA Arzneimittel GmbH, 3. Neunkirchen Hospital, 4. University Hospital Essen
#334 Darifenacin – what does it add? Real life experiences in different patient groups
Marschall-Kehrel D1, Heßdörfer E1, Kupke-Böhmer P1 1. Urology office
#335 Tibial neuromodulation in patients with neurogenic detrusor overactivity and Parkinson`s disease who stopped anticholinergic therapy due to side effects
Mazo E1, Krivoborodov G 1, Korshunova E1, Moiseev P1 1. Russian State Medical University
#336 Up to date treatment results of drug refactorical non neurogenic overactive bladder with transurethral intramural intravesical injection of botulinum toxin A
Alloussi S H1, Eichel R1, Alloussi S1, Lang C1 1. University of Saarland
#337 CAN WE CLARIFY THE CLINICAL AND URODYNAMIC PROFILE OF THE WOMAN WITH DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY?
Haylen B1, Chetty N2, Logan V1, Schulz S1, Verity L1, Law M3, Zhou J3 1. ST VINCENTS CLINIC, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA, 2. ST VINCENTS HOSPITAL, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA, 3. UNIVERSITY OF NSW, SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA
#338 The age distribution of pelvic organ prolapse surgery in the United States
Shah A1, Rajan S1, Kohli N1, Hoyte L1 1. Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School
#339 Racial characteristics of women undergoing surgery for stress urinary incontinence in the United States
Shah A1, Kohli N1, Rajan S 1, Hoyte L1 1. Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School
#340 PATIENT-REPORTED HEALTH OUTCOMES WHILE TAKING TOLTERODINE ER AND SOLIFENACIN: HEALTH UTILITY, WORK PRODUCTIVITY, AND MEDICAL CARE UTILIZATION
Black L1, Seifeldin R2, Rasouliyan L 3 1. GlaxoSmithKline, 2. Astellas, 3. Ovation
#341 Health burden of lower urinary tract symptom (LUTS) in Japanese male
Yoshida K1, Tanaka T1, Sugimori H1, Iwamoto T1, Yamakawa K1, Nakazawa R1, Baba K1, Nakanome M1, Nakano M2 1. St.Marianna University, 2. Ofuna Chuo Hospital
#342 The aetiology of overactive bladder in women: evaluation of diet and lifestyle factors related to diabetes and obesity.
McGrother C1, Donaldson M1, Tincello D1, Wagg A2, Thompson J1 1. University of Leicester, 2. UCL
#343 Incidence of Disability of Oral Medication in Patients with Frequency /Urinary Incontinence or Urinary Urgency
Takeda M1, Araki I1, Mikami Y1, Teramoto Y1, Zankohji H1, Kobayashi H1, Yoshiyama M1 1. University of Yamanashi
#344 Prevalence of nocturnal enuresis among primary school children in Spain
Castro-Diaz D1, Ramirez-Backaus M2, Conejero-Sugranes J3, Jimenez-Cidre M A4, Pena-Outerino J M5, Rioja-Sanz C6, Armengol S7, Balcells M7, Exposito I8, Arlandis S2, Ruiz-Cerda J L2, Martinez-Agullo E2 1. University Hospital of the Canary Islands, Spain, 2. Hospital Unversitario La Fe, Valencia, Spain, 3. Hospital Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona,Spain, 4. Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Madrid, Spain, 5. Hospital Virgen del Rocio, Sevilla, Spain, 6. Hospital Royo Villanova, Zaragoza, Spain, 7. Unidad Medica, Almirall, Spain, 8. Unidad Medica, Pfizee, Spain
#345 Prevalence of urinary incontinence (UI) and overactive bladder (OAB) among institutionalized persons over the age of 65 in Spain
Castro-Diaz D1, Gomez L2, Conejero-Sugranes J3, Jimenez-Cidre M A4, Pena-Outerino J M5, Rioja-Sanz C6, Armengol S7, Chavez J8, Exposito I9, Arlandis S2, Ruiz-Cerda J L2, Martinez-Agullo E2 1. University Hospital of the Canary Islands, Spain, 2. Hospital Universitario La Fe, Valencia, Spain, 3. Hospital Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, Spain, 4. Hospital Ramon y Cajal, Madrid, Spain, 5. Hospital Virgen del Rocio, Sevilla, Spain, 6. Hospital Royo Villanova, Zaragoza, Spain, 7. Unidad Medical Almirall, Spain, 8. Unidad Medica Pfizer, Spain, 9. Unidad Medica Pfizer, Spain
#346 NASHA/DX Gel (ZuidexTM) for the treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence, how long does last?
Tosson S1, Kitching L1, Tosson M1 1. University Hospital of Hartlepool
#347 Body mass index and the prevalence of nocturia in Japanese elderly men
Aoki Y1, Kaneda T1, Nakai M1, Matsuta Y1, Shioyama R1, Tanase K1, Oyama N1, Miwa Y1, Akino H1, Fukuishima K1, Yokoyama O1 1. Dept. of Urology, University of Fukui
#348 Surgical repair of simple and complicated vesico- and urethrovaginal fistulae
Herschorn S1, Chung D1 1. University of Toronto
#349 Urinary incontinence and smoking, studied longitudinally in women born 1930 and 1940
Molander U1, Milsom I 2 1. Department of Geriatric Medicine , 2. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
#350 Treatment for older people with urinary incontinence: Data from the National Audit of Continence Care for Older People:
Wagg A1, Mian S2, Peel P2, Potter J2, Pearson M2 1. University College London Hospitals, 2. Royal College of Physicians of London
#351 Study of Low Bladder Volume Measurement Using 3D Ultrasonographic Device
Oh-oka H1, Fujisawa M2 1. Department of Urology, Kobe Medical Center, 2. Department of Urology, Kobe University School of Medicine
#352 Change of Detrusor Muscle on MRI in Male Patients with Lower Urinary Tract Symptom (LUTS).
Tahara H1, Yokoyama H2, Tanaka M2 1. Department of Urology, Nishifukuoka Hospital, 2. Department of Urology, Fukuoka University
#353 Ultrasound evaluation of lower urinary tract and perineo-enterocele
Nishiguchi T1, Ishikawa Y1, Noda C1, Kawamura T1, Kimura S1, Kakogawa J1, Oi H1, Kanayama N1, Otuka A1, Shinbo H1, Ozono S1 1. Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
#354 Voiding Sonography - A reliable way to observe pelvic floor activity in women.
Lim B1 1. Echcua Regional Health
#355 Three-dimensional ultrasound of the puborectal muscle before and after vaginal delivery.
Otcenasek M1, Krofta L1, Grill R2, Baca V2, Kasikova E1, Dzupa V2, Pan M1, Feyereisl J1 1. UPMD - Institute for Care for Mother and Child, 2. CISP - Center for Integrated Study of Pelvis, Charles University
#356 Can cystourethrography (CUG) predict the outcome of suburethral sling procedure for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence?
HONG Y K1, LEE J H1, LEE Y K1, JANG W G1, LEE Y T1 1. Bundang CHA hospital
#357 MR Imaging of Pelvic Floor of Postoperative patients with Ulcerative Colitis in the Sitting Position
Endo Y1, Kurumi Y1, Furukawa A2, Shimizu T1, Yamamoto H1, Mekata E1, Shiomi H1, Naka S1, Morikawa S3, Murata K2, Inubushi T3, Tani T1 1. Department of Surgery, Shiga University of Medical Science, 2. Department of Radiology, Shiga University of Medical Science, 3. Biomedical MR Science Research Center, Shiga University of Medical Science
#358 The Significance of Ultrasound Diagnosis of Paravaginal Defects
Masata J1, Martan A1, Svabik K 1, Drahoradova P1, Hlasenska J2, Pavlikova M2 1. Department of Obstet. Gynecol, Charles University, Prague, 2. EUROMISE Centre, Prague
#359 The use of Spiral Computed Tomography in pro-ACT (Adjustable Continence Therapy) implant failures
Giammò A1, Bodo G1, Carone R1 1. Urology Department CTO-CRF-Maria Adelaide, Turin, Italy
#360 LAPAROSCOPIC AND OPEN RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: FUNCTIONAL RESULTS IN A SINGLE CENTRE SERIES
Finazzi Agro E1, Bove P1, Campagna A1, Asimakopoulos A1, D'Amico A1, Mirabile G1, Vespasiani G1 1. Dept. of Urology, Tor Vergata University, Rome, Italy
#361 Treatment of male urinary incontinence with male sling: long term follow-up
Reges R1, D'Ancona C1, Reis L1, Miyaoka R1, Netto N1 1. Campinas State University - UNICAMP
#362 Outcomes following the Transcorporal Placement of an Artificial Urinary
Shapiro A1, Sotelo T1, Westney O1 1. University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
#363 STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE FOLLOWING TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF THE PROSTATE IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE RADIATION THERAPY FOR PROSTATE CANCER
Sandhu J1, Ison-Batz G1, Gonzalez R2, Shemtov M2, Te A2, Eilber K1 1. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 2. New York Presbyterian Hospital
#364 PHASIC NON-MICTURITION ACTIVITY IN THE BLADDER OF THE ANAESTHETISED AND AWAKE RAT
Streng T1, Hedlund P2, Talo A1, Gillespie J3, Andersson K2 1. University on Turku, Division of Genetics and Physiology, Laboratory of Animal Physiology, 2. Lund University Hospital, Department of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology, Sweden, 3. University of Newcastle, The Medical School, School of Surgical and Reproductive Sciences
#365 Predictive Factors Affecting Urethral Stricture Development After Transurethral Resection of the Prostate in Patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
Jeong Y B1, Park B H1, Park J K1, Kim H J1, Kim Y G1, Park Y K1, Lim J H1, Kim M K 2 1. Chonbuk National University Medical School, 2. Chonnam National University
#366 THE USEFULNESS OF ICE-WATER TEST IN THE PATIENT WITH SYMPTOMATIC BPH ASSOCIATED WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Kim H1, Yang D Y2, 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
#367 Effect of alpha-blocker before TURP in terms of its dosing period
Yoshioka N1, Matsumoto S1, Shimizu N1, Hanai T1, Uemura H1 1. Department of Urology, Kinki University School of Medicine
#368 INFLUENCE OF BLADDER CONTRACTILITY ON SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES OF HIGH-POWER POTASSIUM-TITANYL-PHOSPHATE PHOTOSELECTIVE VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE
Song S1, Ku J2, Oh S1, Kim S1, Paick J1 1. Seoul National University Hospital, 2. Seoul Veterans Hospital
#369 BASED ON URODYNAMIC RESULTS, WHAT IS THE ROLE OF OBSTRUCTION OR OVERACTIVE DETRUSOR ON OBSTRUCTION AND OVERACTIVE DETRUSOR’S COMBINATION IN MALE PATIENTS
Ozkurkcugil C1 1. Kocaeli University School of Medicine
#370 Study of Symptoms in Men with Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
Kim H1, Sohng I1, Lee J2, Shim K2, Park H3 1. Dept. of Urology, Dankook Univ. College of Medicine, 2. Dept. of Urology, Korea Univ. College of Medicine, 3. Dept. of Urology, SungKyunKwan Univ. College of Medicine
#371 Comparison of conventional urodynamic study and ultrasound findings in men with lower urinary tract symptoms
Reis L1, Dancona C1, Baracat J1, Leitao V1, Ikari L1, Netto N1 1. UNICAMP
#372 Measurement of urethral compliance
Dancona C1, Reis L1, Leitao V1, Maia R1, Ikari L1, Netto N1 1. UNICAMP
#373 INFLUENCE OF LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS ON QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA -EVALUATION USING BOTHER SCORES-
Yoshida M1, Inadome A1, Sugiyama Y1, Masunaga K1, Yono M1, Matsumoto K1, Ueda S1 1. Kumamoto University
#374 Treatment of symptomatic overactive bladder in men with tamsulosin: a prospective multicenter trial
Sung H H 1, Yoo T K 2, Choo M S 3, Rho J 4, Park S S 5, Park W H 6, Lee J B 7, Jeong H J 8, Jung H C 9, Cho W Y 10, Yoon H 11, Lee K S 1 1. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Samsung Medical Center, Seoul, 2. Eulji University School of Medicine, 3. Ulsan University School of Medicine, 4. Chosun University School of Medicine, 5. Inje university Seoul Paik Hospital, 6. Inha University School of Medicine, 7. Gachon University School of Medicine, 8. Wonkwang University School of Medicine, 9. Yeungnam University School of Medicine, 10. Dong-A University School of Medicine, 11. Ewha Womans' University School of Medicine
#375 Urodynamic evaluation of patients with lower urinary tract symptoms and prostate volume less than 40 ml
Gomes C1, Nunes R 1, Araújo R 1, Sacomani C1, Trigo-Rocha F1, Bruschini H 1, Srougi M1 1. University of Sao Paulo
#376 Transurethral resection of prostate for large benign prostatic hyperplasia: a comparative study with open prostatectomy
Kwon T G1, Kim H T1, Kim K H1, Yoo E S1, Chung S K1 1. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Kyungpook National University
#377 CAN A DANGER INDEX OF OBSTRUCTION HELP CATEGORIZING PATIENTS WITH BENIGN PROSTATIC ENLARGEMENT AT RISK FOR ACUTE URINARY RETENTION?
Valentini F1, Zimmern P2, Nelson P3 1. U731 INSERM/UPMC - Hôpital Jean Rostand, 2. The University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, 3. Hôpital Jean Rostand
#378 Clinical efficacy and tolerability of Gosha-jinki-gan, Chinese traditional herbal medicine, in females with overactive bladder
Kajiwara M1, Mutaguchi K1, Hanada M 1, Mizoguchi H1 1. Nakatsu Daiichi Hospital
#379 Efficacy and Safety of Tamsulosin for the Treatment of Non-neurogenic Voiding Dysfunction in Female: A 8 Week Prospective Study.
Lee K S 1, Choo M S2, Yoo T K 3, Park H J4, Yoon H 5, Jeong H 6, Lee S J 7, Kim H 8, Ahn T Y 2, Kim K S 2, Han D H1, Park W H 9 1. Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, 2. Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan, 3. Eulji University School of Medicine, 4. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, 5. Ewha Womans University, 6. Seoul National University Boramae Hospital, 7. Kyung-Hee University Hospital, 8. Hallym University, 9. Inha University College of Medicine
#380 Urinary Incontinence as a Result of Labial Agglutination
Pulvino J1, Flynn M2, Buchsbaum G2 1. University of Rochester Medical Center, 2. University of Rochester
#381 PRELIMINARY CLINICAL OUTCOME OF TREATMENT FOR WOMEN WITH INCREASED DAYTIME URINARY FREQUENCY
Song S H1, Ku J H2, Paick J S1, Kim S W1 1. Seoul National University Hospital, 2. Veterans Hospital
#382 Nurse-led telephone follow-up in women with LUTS. Evaluation of a novel service delivery strategy.
Jeffery S1, Doumouchtsis S1, Grover S1, Wang K1, Fynes M1 1. Department of Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Reconstruction, St George's Hospital
#383 Capsaicin sensitive afferent nerve activity during bladder distension in normal and TRPV1 mutant mice.
Daly D1, Rong W1, Chapple C2, Grundy D1, Chess-Williams R1 1. University of Sheffield, 2. Royal Hallamshire Hospital
#384 Effects of Anti-Muscarinic Agents on Acetic Acid-prepared Rat Model of Increased Urinary Frequency
Sakakibara F1, Nanri M1, Kirimoto T1, Oka T1 1. Taiho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
#385 The Effects of a Cyclohexenon Derivative (MM-101) on the Vesical Function of Rats with Experimental Chronic Diabetes
YOSHIZAWA T1, IGARASHI T1, SATO K1, SUGIMOTO S1, YOSHIDA T1, TAKAHASHI S1, TAKIMOTO Y1, SUZUKI H2, YAMADA M2 1. Department of Urology, Nihon University School of Medicine, 2. the Meiji Dairies Corporation
#386 Neurophysiological and clinical long term follow up in sacral neuromodulation: a hypothesis of neuroplasticity.
Malaguti S1, Spinelli M1, Zanollo L1, Citeri M1, Tarantola J1, Resaelli T1 1. niguarda hospital
#387 Neurophysiological assessment of afferent pudendal nerve activity during pudendal nerve neuromodulation for lower urinary tract dysfunction.
Malaguti S1, Spinelli M1, Citeri M1, Zanollo L1, Lazzeri M2 1. niguarda hospital, 2. urology santa chiara hospital florence
#388 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION PREVALENCE IN A MALE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS COHORT: PILOT, OBSERVATIONAL STUDY.
Palleschi G1, Pastore A2, Tubaro A1, Inghilleri M3, Mariani S1, Carbone A2 1. Urology Unit University of Rome , 2. Neuro-Urology Unit University of Rome , 3. University of Rome
#389 PERCUTANEOUS TIBIAL NERVE STIMULATION (PTNS) IN THE TREATMENT OF LUTS SECUNDARY TO PARKINSON’S DISEASE
Finazzi Agro E1, Cappellano F2, Sciobica F1, Catanzaro M2, Asimakopoulos A1, Giollo A2, Catanzaro F2, Vespasiani G1 1. Dept. of Urology, Tor Vergata University, Rome, Italy, 2. Dept. of Urology, Policlinico Multimedica, Sesto San Giovanni (Milano), Italy
#390 Urinary tract Infections in patients with neurogenic bladder undergoing clean intermittent self-catheterization training. Urinary tract Infections in patients with neurogenic bladder undergoing clean intermittent self-catheterization training.
bosqueiro C M1, dancona C 2, fagnani R2, santos J 2, trabasso P 2, rodrigues neto jr N 2 1. universidade estadual de campinas, 2. universidade de campinas
#391 Outcomes of alpha1-blocker treatment in neurogenic and non-neurogenic patients with bladder emptying disorders
Marschall-Kehrel D1, Kupke-Böhmer P1, Sievert K2 1. Urology office, 2. University of Tuebingen, Department of Urology
#392 Differencial improvement between voiding and motor function of lower extremity after the conservative therapies for the patients of Human T-Cell Lymphotrophic　Virus Type 1-Associated Myelopathy.
Matsuo T1, Noguchi M1, Hatada T1, Tobu S1, Mori K1, Matsuo M1, Kanetake H1 1. Division of Nephro-Urology, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
#393 UK experience of 2-stage Sacral Neuromodulation for women with urinary retention
Datta S1, Kavia R1, Dasgupta R1, Gonzales G1, Fowler C 1, Elneil S1 1. National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
#394 Sacral Neuromodulation for the Treatment of Voiding Dysfunction in Adults with Cerebral Palsy
Hoyt D1, Neal D1 1. University of Missouri- Columbia
#395 PERCUTANEOUS TIBIAL NERVE STIMULATION AND SHORT LATENCY SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIALS: PRELIMINARY REPORTS
Risi O1, Agazzi E2, Spreafico C3, Lanza E4 1. Neuro-Urology Unit Treviglio Hospital, 2. Neurology Unit , 3. Neuro-Urology Unit, 4. Neurology Unit
#396 Experience for botulinum-A toxin injection in bladder wall or urethra to treat detrusor overactivity or detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia in patients with neurogenci bladder.
Liao L1, Ju Y1, Li D1, Fu G1, Wu J1, Shi W1, Xiong Z1, Han C1 1. Dept.of Urology, China Rehabilitation Research Center, CRRC
#397 INTRAVESICAL BOTULINUM TOXIN A: AN ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURE OF ADMINISTRATION
Del Popolo G1, Macchiarella A 1, Celso M1, Li Marzi V1, Filocamo M T1, Lombardi G1 1. Neuro-Urologia A.O.U. Careggi, Firenze Italy
#398 INITIAL TREATMENT PATTERNS OF INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME WITHIN THE FIRST 30 OR 365 DAYS AFTER DIAGNOSIS: A LARGE POPULATION-BASED STUDY
Stanford E J1, Sand P K2, Aquilina J W3, Wan G J3 1. Saint Mary's/Good Samaritan Hospital, 2. Evanston Continence Center Northwestern University, 3. Ortho Women's Health & Urology
#399 EVALUATION OF SYMPTOM AND PROBLEM INDEX IN PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME
Hanus T1, Zamecnik L 1, Pavlik I 1 1. CHARLES UNIVERSITY and GENERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL,FIRST MEDICAL SCHOOL
#400 The effect of intravesical dimethyl sulfoxide for interstitial cystitis after hydrodistension.
Tomoe H1, Maeda Y1, Kobayashi H1, Nakazawa H1 1. Tokyo Women's Medical University
#401 REDUCTION IN SYMPTOMS IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED SEXUAL FUNCTIONING AND SLEEP IN PATIENTS WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME
Wan G J1, Creanga D L2, Nickel J C3 1. Ortho Women's Health & Urology, 2. Statistical Consultant, 3. Queen's University
#402 An audit of the use of intra-vesical steroid injection for the treatment of interstitial cystitis.
Barry C L1, Lim Y2 1. Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 2. James Cook University
#403 A Simple Test to Aid in the Diagnosis of Interstitial Cystitis
Botros S1, Miller J1, Goldberg R1, Kintz N1, Sand P1 1. Evanston Continence Center, Northwestern University
#404 BOTULINUM A TOXIN INTRAVESICAL PASSIVE ADMINISTRATION IN THE TREATMENT OF PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
Giannantoni A1, Tascini M C1, Costantini E1, Santaniello F1, Vianello A1, Proietti S1, Porena M1 1. Department of Medical-Surgical Specialties-Section of Urology and Andrology - University of Perugia
#405 PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COMPLEXITY IN PATIENTS WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS WARRANTS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO CARE
Carr L K1, Liu M1, McGuire A1, Steele D1, Pron G2 1. Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto, 2. Department of Surgery and Public Health, University of Toronto
#406 PAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF WOMEN WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS (IC)
#407 PRIMARY NOCTURNAL ENURESIS: A COMBINED PROPIVERINE AND DESMOPRESSIN TREATMENT REGIMEN IMPROVES OUTCOMES
Alloussi S1, Gitzhofer S1, Lang C1, Mürtz G2, Madersbacher H3 1. Neunkirchen Hospital, 2. APOGEPHA Arzneimittel GmbH, 3. University Hospital Innsbruck
#408 Influence of increased cough intensity on the activation timing and contractile force of associated pelvic floor muscle contraction in continent women
Morin M1, Gravel D1, Dumoulin C1, Ouellet S1, Bourbonnais D1 1. University of Montreal
#409 Is Bladder Base Elevation a Sign for Pelvic Floor Hypertonicity in Women with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms ?
Chuang F1, Kuo H2 1. Yu Li Veterans Hospital, 2. Buddhist Tzu Chi General Hospital
#410 Characteristics of the lower urinary tract function in patients with high-grade cystocele
Seki N1, Kai N1, Hara R1, Takei M2, Yamaguchi A2, Naito S1 1. Department of Urology, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyushu University, 2. Department of Urology, Harasanshin Hospital
#411 Pelvic floor physiotherapeutic assessment: a valuable clinical tool
Voorham - van der Zalm P J1, Pelger R C1, Lycklama a Nijeholt G A1 1. Leiden University Medical Center
#412 Feasibility study for a randomised controlled trial evaluating the use of absorbable mesh, polydioxanone and polyglactin sutures for anterior and posterior vaginal wall prolapse repairs
Allahdin S 1, Bain C 1, Glazener C2 1. Aberdeen Royal Infirmary NHS Grampian, 2. Health Services Research Unit Aberdeen University
#413 The influence of sitting to the activity of pelvic floor muscle activity
Kyrklund M1, Törnävä O2, Airaksinen O 1 1. Kuopio University Hospital, 2. Tampere University Hospitla
#414 Voiding Dysfunction symptoms relief by pelvic floor stimulation
De Jong P1, Radziszewski P2, Chapple C3, Borkowski A2, Cervigni M 4, Parsons M5, Cardozo L5, Farnsworth B6, Nordling J7, O'Connell H8, Rosamilia A9, Nissenkorn I10 1. Groote Schuur Hospital) Ltd., 2. University of Warsaw School of Medicine, 3. Royal Hallamshire Hospital, 4. San Carlo di Nancy Hospital, 5. Kings College Hospital, 6. Sydney Adventist Hospital, 7. Herlev Hospital, 8. Royal Melbourne Hospital, 9. Monash Medical Center, 10. Sackler School of Medicine
#415 Observation of internal urethral orfice immediately before and during urination using real-time 4D imaging echogram
Awa Y1, Naya Y1, Yamamoto K1, komiya A1, Suzuki H1, Ichikawa T1, Tto T2, Yamamoto T2, Uchiyama T2, Sakakibara R2, Yasuda K3, Yamanishi T4 1. Department of Urology,Chiba University School of Medicine, 2. Department of Neurology,Chiba University School of Medicine, 3. Department of Urology,Dokkyo Koshigaya University School of Medicine, 4. Department of Urology,Dokkyo University School of Medicine
#416 The effect of whole body vibration training on women with stress urinary incontinence
de Jong J H1, van Kampen M2, Biemans B3 1. Physio Artos Beckenboden rehabilitation, 2. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (B), 3. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (NL)
#417 The Influence of the Epithelium on Contractile Responses of the Internal Anal Sphincter
Chess-Williams R1, Shorthouse A2, Hausman N3 1. Bond University, 2. Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, 3. University of Sheffield
#418 The Urothelium-derived inhibitory factor is dependant on extracellular calcium
Cross R L1, Chapple C R2, Chess-WIlliams R3 1. The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK., 2. The Royal Hallamshire, Sheffield, UK., 3. Bond University, Queensland, Australia.
#419 ESTROGEN INDUCES ANGIOGENESIS GROWTH INTO SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS OF FEMALE RABBIT BLADDER
Mannikarottu A 1, Lin A2, Kogan B3, Levin R1, Whitbeck C1, Chichester P1, Kearns C1 1. Albany College of Pharmacy, 2. Taichung Poah-Ai Hospital, Taiwan, 3. Albany Medical College
#420 Effects of solifenacin succinate on learning and memory: A comparative study.
Suzuki M1, Ohtake A1, Sasamata M1 1. Astellas Pharma Inc.
#421 Nitric oxide and anticholinergic effects in normal and inflamed urinary bladders in anaesthetized rats
Andersson M1, Giglio D1, Tobin G1 1. Neuroscience and physiology
#422 DIFFERENCE PROPERTIES OF ANTI-CHOLINERGIC AGENTS ON ACETIC ACID-INDUCED URINARY FREQUNCY AND HIGH-VOLTAGE ACTIVATED Ca2+ CHANNEL CURRENTS IN BLADDER AFFERNT NEUORNS IN RATS
Hayashi Y1, Nanri M2, Sakakibara F2, Chancellor M B1, de Groat W C1, Yoshimura N1 1. University of Pittsburgh, 2. Taiho Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.
#423 COMPARISON OF EFFECTS OF VARIOUS ANTIMUSCARINIC DRUGS ON CYSTOMETRIC FINDINGS IN CHRONIC SPINAL RATS
Satoji Y1, Yoshida M1, Masunaga K1, Maeda Y1, Inadome A1, Matsumoto K1, Yono M1, Sugiyama Y1, Ueda S1 1. Kumamoto University
#424 EVALUATION OF ANDROGENIC SUPPLEMENTATION THERAPY ON PELVIC FLOOR ACTIVITY IN NORMAL POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
Trezza G1, Iervolino P2, Montuori M1, Di Meo P3, D'Alessandro P 3, Torella M4, Del Piano L 4, Colacurci N 4 1. S.Mary of Loreto Hospital.Departement of Gynaecology, 2. S.Mary of Loreto HospitalDepartement of Gynaecology, 3. S.Maria di Loreto Hospital, 4. Second University of NaplesDepartment of Gynaecology
#425 Efficacy and safety of a once-daily extended-release ciprofloxacin tablet formulation for empirical treatment of symptomatic uncomplicated cystitis in Korean women
Kang D1, Min K 1, Kwak H1, Oh S 1, Choi S 1 1. Department of urology
#426 EFFICACY AND TOLERABILITY OF SOLIFENACIN 5 MG ONCE DAILY IN THE TREATMENT OF OAB SYNDROME
SANTANIELLO F1, VIANELLO A 1, COSTANTINI E1, ZUCCHI A1, TASCINI M C1, GIANNANTONI A 1, PORENA M1 1. DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY. UNIVERSITY OF PERUGIA
#427 A study on the efficacy and safety of combination therapy with alpha-blockers and anticholinergics in the benign prostatic hyperplasia patients accompanied with overactive bladder symptoms.
Lee K1, Cho I1, Kim J1 1. Ilsan-Paik Hospital
#428 Doxazosin for treating voiding dysfunction in men with Parkinson´s disease
Sammour Z1, Gomes C1, Barbosa E1, Rocha F1, Lopes R1, Sekeff F1, Bruschini H1, Srougi M1 1. University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine
#429 Grade of OASIS (Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries) – does it make a difference to outcome?
Scheer I1, Thakar R1, Sultan A1 1. Urogynaecology Unit, Mayday University Hospital
#430 Antepartum Urinary Incontinence: A Comparison Between Nulliparous and Multiparous Hong Kong Chinese Women
Yip S1, Wong A1, Cheung G1, Pang M1, Lee L1, Choy K1 1. The Chinese University of Hong Kong
#431 Anal and urinary incontinence in multiparous women nine months after childbirth.
Arya R1, Bugg G2, Hosker G3, Kiff E4 1. Acute Pennine Hospitals NHS Trust, UK, 2. Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust, UK, 3. Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK, 4. South Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
#432 Overactive bladder symptoms associated with a negative impact on work productivity: results from the EPIC study
Irwin D1, Milsom I2, Reilly K3, Hunskaar S4, Coyne K S5, Kopp Z3, Herschorn S6, Kelleher C7, Hampel C8, Artibani W9, Abrams P10 1. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2. Sahlgrenska Academy at Goteborg University, 3. Pfizer, Inc, 4. University of Bergen, Norway, 5. United BioSource Corporation, 6. University of Toronto, 7. St. Thomas' Hospital, London, 8. Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität, 9. University of Padova, 10. Southmead Hospital, Bristol Urological Institute
#433 Men and women with overactive bladder symptoms report higher prevalence of depression and lower quality of life: results from the EPIC study
#434 Does CIC deserve a better reputaion in patients with voiding dysfunction?
Sugimura T1, Tanaka J 2, Fukui J2 1. St. Luke's International Hospital , 2. St. Luke's International Hospital
#435 Quality of Life in Men Following Treatment for Overactive Bladder
Dmochowski R R1, Staskin D R2, Nitti V W3 1. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, 2. New York University School of Medicine, 3. Weill-Cornell Medical School, New York Presbyterian Hospital
#436 Urinary symptoms and quality of life in South Asian women in Leicester
Doshani A1, Pitchforth E2, Tincello D3, Mayne C4 1. University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, 2. Dept of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, UK, 3. Dept of Cancer Studies & Molecular medicine, University of Leicester, 4. University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust ,UK
#437 Quality of life measurement in children with myelomeningocele and incontinence treated with the Pippi-Salle technique.
Leitao V1, D'Ancona C1, Oshiro F1, Oliveira R1, Matheus J1, Reis L1, Rodigues Netto Jr N1 1. Universidade Estadual de Campinas
#438 QOL investigation in aging male at urology outpatient clinic; Which has a more influence on QOL , lower urinary tract symptom (LUTS) or late-onset hypogonadism (LOH)?
Yamakawa K1, Iwamoto T1, Takahashi T1, Nakazawa R1, Baba K1, Nakanome M1, Yoshida K2, Sugimori H2, Tanaka T2, Nakano M3 1. Department of Urology,St. Marianna University School of Medicine, 2. Department of preventive Medicine, St Marianna University School of Medicine, 3. Department of Urology, Oofuna Chuo Byoin
#439 Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse using mesh and a new vaginal support device. A 12 month follow up.
Higgs P1, Carey M1, Cornish A1, Slack M2 1. Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, 2. Hinchingbrooke and Addenbrooke's Hospitals, Cambridge
#440 Porcine dermis graft enhances apical suspension for post-hysterectomy vaginal prolapse repair
POWERS K1, GRIGORESCU B A1, LAZAROU G1, GRESTON W M1, MIKHAIL M S1 1. ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
#441 Infracoccygeal sacropexy (posterior IVS) in the treatment of female pelvic floor disorders.
Rechberger T1, Jankiewicz K1, Adamiak A1, Skorupski P 1, Tomaszewski J1, Stettner R1, Wróbel A1 1. II-nd Department of Gynecology, Medical University of Lublin, Poland
#442 OUTCOME (POP-Q) OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE WITH PROLIFT® PROSTHESIS vs COLLAGEN PROSTHESIS (PELVICOL®) vs CLASSICAL ANTERIOR AND/OR POSTERIOR COLPORAPHY– PROSPECTIVE STUDY
Valentim-Lourenço A1, Henriques A1, Ribeirinho A L1, Pereira-Coelho A1, Graça L M1 1. Hospital Santa Maria
#443 Short-term safety and efficacy of the ApogeeTM and PerigeeTM mesh systems for the surgical treatment of women with recurrent vaginal prolapse.
Robinson P1, Smalldridge J1, Hayward L1, Dudley N1 1. South Auckland Health
#444 LAPAROSCOPIC PARAVAGINAL REPAIR WITH CONCOMITANT BURCH COLPOSUSPENSION OR SPARC SLING.
Drent D1, Hastie S2, Meyer L2 1. Private Urologist, 2. Private Gynaecologist
#445 Stress urinary incontinence after reconstructive surgery procedure, retrospective observational study
Svabik K1, Martan A1, Masata J 1, Drahoradova P1 1. Ob/Gyn Dept, General Teaching Hospital, 1st. Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague
#446 Uterine preservation for the surgical treatment of advanced uterovaginal prolapse
Rajan S1, Shah A1, Kohli M1 1. Brigham and Women's Hospital
#447 Twenty-two Cases of Post-Operative Iatrogenic Foreign Bodies of the Bladder and Urethra: An Update on Techniques for Removal of Sutures and Mesh
Goldman H1, Vasavada S 1, Rackley R 1, Frenkl T2 1. Cleveland Clinic, 2. UMDNJ - Rutgers
#448 Tape rejection - local process or general reaction of the organism.
Rechberger T1, Adamiak A1, Jankiewicz K1, Miotla P1 1. II-nd Department of Gynecological Surgery, Medical University
#449 Comparison of Electric Stimulation and Oxybutynin Chloride in the Management of Overactive Bladder with Special Reference to Urinary Urgency: A Randomized Placebo-controlled Trial
Wang A C1, Chih S Y 1, Chen M C2 1. Chang Gung University Hospital, 2. Chang Gung University
#450 Chinese Continence Audiotape Project
Ip V Y1 1. St. George Hospital
#451 Results of Physiotherapeutic Treatment in Children with Nocturnal Enuresis
Martins R1, D'Ancona C1, Leitao V1, Ikari L1, Myiaoka R1, Rodrigues Netto Jr N1 1. Universidade Estadual de Campinas
#452 Single Center Experience with Extra Corporal Magnetic Innervation Therapy (ExMI) treating Stress-, Urge- Incontinence and Pelvic Pain Symptoms
Kirschner-Hermanns R1, Kahle C1, Jakse G1 1. Clinic of Urlogy, University Clinic RWTH Aachen
#453 Treatment with intravesical electrical stimulation of adults with underactive detrusor muscle.
Roune I1, Gladh G2, Farrelly E1, Lauritzen M1, Alsaody T1 1. Karolinska University Hospital, 2. Linköping Healthuniversity Hospital
#454 Daily-living self-management of persistent urinary incontinence: Comparisons between the self-management practices of people with UI and the recommendations of continence nurse specialists
St John W1, Wallis M1, Griffiths S1, McKenzie S1 1. Griffith University
#455 Effectiveness of non-invasive, static, magnetic stimulation of the pelvis in the control of urinary incontinence
Wallis M1, Davies E2, Thalib L3, Griffiths S1 1. Griffith University, 2. University of Queensland, 3. Kuwait University
#456 Incontinence: Do patients and health professionals share coherent views regarding treatment?
Dean S 1, Hay-Smith J1, Pollock N 1 1. University of Otago
#457 Functional Electrical Stimulation for the Treatment of Female Urinary Incontinence: Attitudes and Practices of American Urogynecologic Society Physicians
Haessler A1, Nguyen J2, Bhatia N1 1. Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 2. Kaiser Foundation Hospital Bellflower
#458 Effects of the new neuromodulation system, sacral surface therapeutic electrical stimulation, for refractory urinary incontinence
Nakagawa H1, Namima T 2, Ikeda Y3, Kaiho Y1, Takemoto J1, Matsushita M1, Handa Y1, Arai Y1 1. Tohoku University, 2. Tohoku Rosai Hospital, 3. Tohoku University
#459 Motor skill training of the pelvic floor muscles using visual versus tactile feedback
Galea M1, Tisseverasinghe S 1, Sherburn M1, Phillips B1 1. Rehabilitation Sciences Research Centre, The University of Melbourne
#460 Transobturator tape (T.O.T.) for surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence: efficacy and complications
Paradisi G1, Savone R1, Marturano M 1, Paparella R1, Caruso A1, Paparella P1 1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Catholic University of Sacred Heart
#461 Changes in values of Urethral Closure Pressure and its position after Burch colposuspension, and differences in urethra mobility between subgroups of women with various operation results.
Martan A1, Masata J1, Svabik K1, Drahoradova P1, Pavlikova M2 1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Charles Universitz, Prague, Czech Republic, 2. EuroMISE centre of the Charles University and Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
#462 Short term complications following Tension-free Vaginal Tape™ vs Transobturator Tape (Obtryx™)
Arunkalaivanan A1, Sinha D1 1. City Hospital
#463 Urethrolysis more likely after proximal migration of midurethral sling
Miller J1, Goldberg R1, Botros S1, Aschkenazi S1, Sand P1 1. Evanston Northwestern Healthcare/Northwestern University
#464 Tape exposure after trans-obturator tape (TOT) procedure: Incidence and treatment
Bullock T1, Ghoniem G 2, Klutke J 3, Klutke C1 1. Washington University School of Medicine, 2. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Weston, FL., 3. Universtity of Southern California
#465 Early results on the prepubic approach to the placement of a synthetic midurethral sling for the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence
Bullock T1, Klutke J2, Lind L3, Klutke C1 1. Washington University School of Medicine, 2. University of Southern California, 3. Northshore Medical Center, Manhasset, NY
#466 Long Term Results of the the Acellular Human Dermal Allograft Sling with Transvaginal Bone Anchors
Goldman H1, Leininger T 2, Koch Y2 1. Cleveland Clinic, 2. CASE School of Medicine
#467 Results of a prospective observational study on function and safety of the TOT-SAFYRE® (TOT/S), a composite silicone-polypropylene sling system for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
Kuschel S1, Schuessler B1 1. Neue Frauenklinik Luzern
#468 RECURRENT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER TVT. RISK ANALYSIS.
Trezza G1, Iervolino P1, De Simone R2, Montuori M3, Rotondi M1, Del Giudice M4 1. S.Mary of Loreto Hospital.Department of Gynaecology, 2. S.Mary of Loreto Hospital.Departmen of Gynaecology, 3. S.Mary of i Loreto Hospital.Department of Gynaecology, 4. University of Naples . Departement of Gynaecology.
#469 VAGINAL INTER-PUBIC PERINEORAPHY (VIPP) FOR TREATMENT OF FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: A NEW TECHNIQUE
Abdel-Karim A1, Fayed A 1, El-Salmy S1, Shoukry M 1, Hassouna M1, Koraitem M1 1. Urology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University
#470 Urethral closure pressure; does the value influence outcome in stress incontinence surgery in the long-term?
Swithinbank L1, Harris N2, Yang Q1, Al-Hayek S1, Abrams P1 1. Bristol Urological Institute, 2. Gloucester Royal Hospital
#471 Tension-free vaginal tape (TVT) sling insertion alongside other gynaecological operations
Ismail S1 1. Royal Bournemouth, North Devon District, Wrexham Maelor and Singleton hospitals
#472 Voiding dysfunction after tension-free vaginal tape (TVT) sling insertion
Ismail S1 1. Royal Bournemouth Hospital
#473 The Result of 5 year follow-up of Tension-Free Vaginal Tape (TVT) Procedure in Korea
Bae J H1, Shim K S1, Moon D G1, Lee K C2, Kim H J3, Kwon C H4, Park H J4, Lee J G1 1. Korea University Medical Center, 2. Inje University Hospital, 3. Dankook University Hospital, 4. Sungkyunkwan University Hospital
#474 Comparison of Surgical Treatments for Post Prostatectomy Incontinence
Foliaki A G1, Beaven T 1 1. Urology Department, North Shore Hospital, Auckland, NZ
#475 A SAFETY AND QUALITY OF LIFE ANALYSIS OF INTRAVAGINAL SLINGPLASTY IN FEMALE STRESS INCONTINENCE: A PROSPECTIVE, OPEN LABEL, MULTICENTER, AND OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
Kim J C1, Chung B S2, Choi J3, Lee J Y1, Lee K4, Choo M5, Park W H6 1. The Catholic University of Korea, 2. Hallym University, 3. Ajou University, 4. Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, 5. University of Ulsan College of Medicine, 6. Inha University College of Medicine
#476 Midurethral tissue fixation system sling in treatment of stress urinary incontinence in women
Rechberger T1, Bogusiewicz M1, Jankiewicz K1, Skorupski P1, Stettner R1 1. II-nd Department of Gynecology, Medical University of Lublin, Poland
#477 Tension-Free Vaginal Tape – Transobturator (TVT-O): Six months results
Han H C1, Ng P Y1, Lee L C1 1. KK Women's & Children's Hospital
#478 Short-medium term results with 250 TVT-Obturator inside out operations
Neuman M1 1. Shaare-Zedek
#479 Experience with the Zuidex™ system in clinical practice: introduction of a modified injection technique
Stenberg Å1 1. Enköping Hospital
#480 A Short term comparison of 3 different transobturator vaginal tape procedures - TVT-O, MONARC, IRIS-TOT - for the treatment of female stress and mixed urinary incontinence in Korea
Kwon T G1, Kim H T1, Kim K H1, Yoo E S1, Kim D Y2, Park C H3, Seo Y J4, Lee J W5, Jung H C6, Chung S K1 1. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Kyungpook National University, 2. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Daegu Catholic University, 3. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Keimyung University, 4. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Dongguk University, Gyeongju, 5. the Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Pocheon CHA University, Kumi CHA Medical Center, 6. the Department of Urology College of Medicine, Yeungnam University
#481 Tension free vaginal tape (TVT) Vs less invasive free tape (LIFT) - A randomized multicentric study of suburethral sling surgery
Naumann G1, Lobodasch K2, Bettin S3, Meyer P4, Koelbl H1 1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Mainz, Germany, 2. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DRK Hospital Chemnitz-Rabenstein, 3. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Evang.-Freikirchliches Krankenhaus Rüdersdorf, 4. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Collm Hospital Oschatz
#482 Follow up of the effect of porcine dermal sling (Pelvicol®) in the treatment of stress urinary incontinence.
DHauwers K1, van Rey F1, Heesakkers J1 1. University Medical Center Nijmegen, St Radboud
#483 Development of a tool to predict adaptors and non adaptors to surgery for stress incontinence
Robb K1, Toozs-Hobson P1, Hicks C2, Perkins K1 1. Birmingham Women's Hospital, 2. University of Birmingham
#484 Results of Midurethral Slings in Patients Undergoing Gynecologic Reconstruction
Neal, Jr., M.D. D1, Benson J2, Troxel, M.D. S1, Rau K3 1. University of Missouri School of Medicine, 2. University of Missouri Medical School, 3. Univeristy of Missouri Medical School
#485 EVEN UNEXPOSED, URETHRAL TEGRESS™ MAY INITIALLY INCREASE URINARY INCONTINENCE
Kahn M1, Carroll A1, Jurnalov C1 1. University of Texas Medical Branch
#486 Early experience of tension–free vaginal tape (TVT), an efficient and safe surgical procedure for stress urinary incontinence
Park N1, Lee Y1, Kim J1, Song Y1, Suh C2, Kang S1, Lee H1 1. Seoul National University Hospital, 2. Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
#487 Short-term safety and efficacy of the MonarcTM trans-obturator tape for the surgical treatment of urodynamic stress incontinence.
Robinson P1, Dudley N1, Smalldridge J1, Hayward L1 1. South Auckland Health
#488 Does concurrent pelvic organ prolapse surgery affect the outcome of a TVT?
Fernando R1, Thakar R1, Sultan A1, Scheer I1 1. Mayday University Hospital, Croydon, Surrey, UK
#489 A prospective study about trans-obturator-tape (TOT) procedures with the tape from the Gynecare TVT device and a C-shape tunneller -comparison between outside-in and inside-out procedures-
Takeyama M1, Fukumoto Y 1, Noma M1, Yamamoto K1, Yamanaka M1, Uesaka Y1 1. Osaka Central Hospital
#490 NASHA/DX Gel (Zuidex) for the Treatment of mixed Urinary Incontinence
Tosson S1, Kitching L 1, Tosson M1 1. University Hospital of Hartlepool
#491 Results of TVT-O (Trans Vaginal Tape Obturator)in the treatment of stress urinary incontinence with intrinsic sphincter deficiency: a retrospective study of 36 patients.
Fatton B1, Triopon O 2, Amblard J3, Jacquetin B3 1. Universty Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand - Urogynecology Unit / FRANCE, 2. Universty Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand, 3. University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand
#492 A COMPARISON STUDY OF TRANSABDOMINAL TENSION FREE TAPES AND TRANSOBTURATOR TAPES IN THE TREATMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
Liu M I1, Herschorn S1, Carr L K1 1. Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto
#493 Interrelationship of bladder compliance with urodynamic assessment of female urinary incontinence.
Ibrahim A1, Arunkalaivanan A1 1. City Hospital
#494 Prostate enlargement increases urethral elastic resistance
Nishimoto K1, Masuda C1, Harimoto K1, Nishikawa K1 1. Fuchu Hospital
#495 Energetic consideration on micturition
PULINI L1, IANTORNO R1, NICOLAI M1, COSENTINO G1, TENAGLIA R1 1. Clinica Urologica Università G. D'Annunzio
#496 Do patients with urodynamically proven obstructive voiding function or instabilities have a higher risk to develop long term micturition symptoms after radiation therapy of localised prostate cancer?
Kirschner-Hermanns R1, Borchers H1, Kahle C 1, Pinkawa M 2, Eble M J3, Reineke T 1, Schäfer W1, Jakse G1 1. Clinic of Urlogy, Universtiy Clinic RWTH Aachen, 2. Clinic of Radiotherapy, Universtiy Clinic RWTH Aachen, 3. Clinic of Radiotherapy,, Universtiy Clinic RWTH Aachen
#497 Women's Experiences of Urodynamic Studies
Jacob M E1, Larkin P2 1. National Maternity Hospital, 2. Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
#498 WHAT IS THE CUT-OFF VALUE OF PRESSURE OF OVERACTIVE DETRUSOR FOR OVERACTIVE DETRUSOR INCONTINENCE?
#499 Free uroflowmetry pattern may predict female bladder outlet obstruction.
Otsuka A1, Shinbo H1, Ishikawa K2, Nishiguchi T2, Ushiyama T1, Ozono S1 1. Department of Urology, Hamamatsu University, School of Medicine, 2. Department of Gynecology, Hamamatsu University, School of Medicine
#500 Clinical and Urodynamic Predictors of Success for Permanent Implantation of Sacral Nerve Stimulator
Moore C1, Hijaz A2, Frenkl T 3, Goldman H1, Vasavada S1, Rackley R 1, Daneshgari F1 1. Cleveland Clinic, 2. University Hosptial, 3. Robert Woods Johnson
#501 OPENING VESICAL PRESSURE: A NEW TEST TO DISCRIMINATE URETHRAL SPHINCTER DEFICIENCY?
Salvatore S1, Serati M1, Khullar V2, Triacca P3, Beretta P1, Bolis P1 1. Clinica ostetrica e Ginecologica, Università dell'Insubria, 2. St. Mary's Hospital, London, UK, 3. Ospedale La Spezia, Italy
#502 Stress incontinence surgery: Does Urodynamics predict surgical outcome or post-operative voiding difficulties?
GUPTA R1, Ferguson H1, Agarwal M1 1. UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF WALES
#503 Correlation between symptoms of urinary incontinence and urodynamic findings in postmenopausal women.
Duecy E1, McNanley A 2, Buchsbaum G 2 1. University Of Rochester Medical Center, 2. University of Rochester
#504 Video-Pelvimetric approach in urodynamic of the upper urinary tract is allowing a new unbiased reproducible classification of upper urinary tract obstruction
Lang C1, Alloussi S1, Lang W1, Alloussi S H1 1. University of Saarland
#505 Does urodynamic investigation improve outcome in patients undergoing prolapse surgery?
Roovers J1, van Laar J2, Loffeld C2, Bremer G3, Mol B1, Bongers M2 1. Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2. Maxima Medical Centre, Veldhoven, the Netherlands, 3. Academic Medical Centre, Maastricht, the Netherlands
#506 Has standardisation in urodynamics improved reproducibility of symptoms and clinical management?