\nPro: Kari Bo (physiotherapist); Contra: Huub van der Vaart (urogynecologist)
Post radical prostatectomy incontinence: the artificial urinary sphincter is the first treatment option.\nFor Sender Herschorn;\nAgainst: Francisco Cruz
#1 Genetic association study in women with pelvic organ prolapse
Choy K W1, Wong A S W1, Cheon W C2, Fung T Y1, Lui W T1, Liu Y M1, Pang M W1, Yip S K11. The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2. Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong
#2 Pelvic organ prolapse symptoms in relation to POP-Q, ICS ordinal stages and ultrasound stages
Kluivers K1, Shek C2, Dietz P21. Radboud University Medical Center, 2. Nepean Hospital, University of Sydney, Penrith, Australia
#3 Defining surgical cure: do surgical goals meet patient expectations?
SRIKRISHNA S1, ROBINSON D1, CARDOZO L1, CARTWRIGHT R11. KINGS COLLEGE HOSPITAL
#4 Do women with early anatomical recurrences of anterior vaginal wall prolapse after anterior vaginal repair have lower vaginal tissue collagen content?
Adekanmi O1, Oriolowo A2, Ogah J1, Freeman R21. York Hospital, York UK, 2. Derriford Hospital, Plymouth UK
#5 The Colpopexy and Urinary Reduction Efforts Trial: Two Year Outcomes PRIZE AWARD: Best Clinical Presentation
Brubaker L1, & Pelvic Floor Disorders Network .11. Loyola University Medical Center - Dept. OB-Gyne, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery
#6 PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT PROCEDURES TO SUSPEND THE VAGINAL VAULT: HIGH LEVATOR MYORRAPHY AND UTEROSACRAL VAGINAL VAULT SUSPENSION
Natale F1, Mako A1, Panei M1, Weir J1, Antomarchi F1, Cervigni M11. San Carlo Hospital, Rome, Italy