#252 The homozygous COL3A1 2209G>A polymorphism does not influence the risk of recurrence after surgically managed prolapse
Lince S1, Kluivers K1, Hendriks J1, van Kempen L1, Vierhout M11. Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre
#253 Pelvic floor muscle strength, endurance and vaginal resting pressure are positively associated with muscle thickness, size of levator hiatus and position of the bladder in women with prolapse stage I, II and III. A 3D/4D ultrasound study
Brækken I H1, Majida M2, Ellström Engh M3, Bø K11. Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, 2. Akershus university hospital, 3. Akershus university hospital and University of Oslo
#254 Changes in collagen IV expression pattern in uterosacral ligaments of patients suffering from pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.
Sottner O1, Halaska M1, Gabriel B2, Benkova K3, Maxova K1, Hurt K1, Vojtech J1, Vlacil J1, Zahumensky J1, Kolarik D1, Gitsch G2, Kittnar O41. Department of OB/Gyn, University Hospital Na Bulovce, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, 2. Department of OB/Gyn, Freiburg University Medical Centre, University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany, 3. Department of Pathology, University Hospital Na Bulovce, Prague, Czech Republic, 4. Institute of Physiology, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
#255 The time factor in the assessment of prolapse and levator ballooning
Orejuela F1, Shek K L2, Dietz H P21. University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 2. Sydney Medical School Nepean, Penrith
#256 Minimally-invasive sacral colpopexy: comparison of operative characteristics of laparoscopic and robotic approaches.
Weinstein M1, Pulliam S1, Wakamatsu M11. Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital
#257 Surgical Outcome of Occult Stress Urinary Incontinence in Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Araki I1, Kira S2, Haneda Y2, Kobayashi H2, Takeda M21. Shiga University of Medical Science & University of Yamanashi Faculty of Medicine, 2. University of Yamanashi Faculty of Medicine
#258 Can we identify the limits of the puborectalis muscle on tomographic translabial ultrasound?
Kashihara H1, Shek K2, Dietz H21. Osaka Police Hospital, 2. Sydney Medical School Nepean
#259 Can we 'feel' with our fingers as well as we can 'see' with ultrasound?
Kruger J1, Dietz P2, Botelho C1, Dumoulin C11. Institut Universitaire de Geriatrie de Montreal, 2. University of Sydney
#260 Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries (OASIS): 4-year trend analysis using hospital episode statistics data
Ismail S11. Singleton Hospital, Swansea, Wales, UK
#261 12 MONTH PERCUTANEOUS TIBIAL NERVE STIMULATION TREATMENT INTERVAL RESULTS: OUTCOMES FROM THE ORBIT TRIAL
MacDiarmid S1, Peters K2, Wooldridge L31. Alliance Urology Specialists, 2. Beaumont Hospital, 3. Mercy Health Partners at the Lakes, Bladder Control Clinic
#262 Impaired bladder emptying in geriatric patients: Clinical significance of the evaluation of physical mobility
Tsuchiyama K1, Ueki O1, Minami H1, Kawaguchi K1, Aoki Y2, Yokoyama O21. Noto General Hospital, 2. Department of Urology, University of Fukui Faculty of Medical Sciences
#263 GREEN TEA CONSUMPTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH NOCTURIA IN A JAPANESE ELDERLY POPULATION
Miyazato M1, Nakagawa H1, Izumi H1, Kawamorita N1, Kaiho Y1, Arai Y11. Tohoku University