#99 Risk of Malignancy in patients with Uterine Prolapse PRIZE AWARD: Best Clinical Presentation
Wan O Y K1, Cheung R Y K1, Chan S S C11. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
#100 Long-term follow-up after pelvic organ prolapse operations: results and need for reoperation
Oversand S H1, Staff A C1, Spydslaug A E1, Svenningsen R1, Borstad E11. Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål
#101 A randomized comparison of two vaginal procedures for the treatment of stage two, or higher uterine prolapse: hysterectomy with mesh versus only mesh implantation.
Malandri M1, Iordanidou E1, Takou M1, Moraitis B1, Balaxis D11. Serres General Hospital
#102 Incidence of new onset pelvic organ prolapse after repair of other segment in a prospective longitudinal database.
Costa J1, Goldwasser S21. University of Florida, 2. Jacksonville,FL
#103 Point of Ba is the factor associated with preoperative voiding dysfunction in patients with cystocele
Chae J Y1, Oh M M1, Jang H A1, Bae J H1, Choi J B2, Kim H J3, Choi H4, Lee J G11. Korea University College of Medicine, 2. Ajou University College of Medicine, 3. Dankook University College of Medicine, 4. Konyang University College of Medicine
#104 Incidence and risk factors of postoperative stress urinary incontinence after laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy in patients with negative preoperative prolapse reduction stress testing
Leruth J1, Fillet M1, Waltregny D11. University of Liege
#105 LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF UTERINE PROLAPSE FOR YOUNG WOMEN WISHING PREGNANCY
Enria R1, Armellino F1, Alovisi C11. Ospedale Maria Vittoria
#106 Elevate Anterior and Apical in the Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Two-year Follow-up
Stanford E J1, Moore R D2, Roovers J W3, Lukban J C4, Bataller E5, Beyer R D6, Sutherland S E7, De Ridder D81. Auburn Regional Medical Center, WA, USA, 2. Atlanta Urogynecology Associates and Atlanta Medical Research, GA, USA, 3. Academic Medical Center University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, 4. Eastern Virginia Medical School, VA, USA, 5. Hospital Clinic i Provincial Barcelona, University of Barcelona, 6. Women’s Health Care Specialists, PC, MI, USA, 7. Metro Urology, Center for Female Urology, MN, USA, 8. Department of Urology, University Hospitsl of Leuven, Belgium
#107 Surgical reduction of the levator hiatus
Dietz H P1, Korda A2, Benness C1, Wong V1, Shek K L1, Daly O11. University of Sydney, 2. University of Western Sydney
#108 Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy (LSCP) vs Transvaginal Mesh (TVM) repair: comparison of anatomical and functional results in the medium term. Bi-center retrospective study about 122 cases.
Bader G1, Ben Brahim F1, Huchon C1, Pigne A2, Fauconnier A11. Poissy University Medical Center, 2. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire Clinic, 75005 Paris
#109 THE INCIDENCE OF DE NOVO STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE FOLLOWING APICAL PROLAPSE REPAIR IN CONTINENT WOMEN.
Fayyad A1, El hamamsy D21. Luton and Dunstable Hospital, 2. Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, UK
#110 Correlation between preoperative urodynamic findings with correction of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and the improvement of overactive bladder symptoms following tension-free vaginal mesh operation in women with POP
Tomoe H11. Tokyo Women's Medical University Medical Center East