This joint society meeting of Iberoamerican Society of Neurourology and Urogynaecology (SINUG), Portuguese Association of Neurourology and Urogynaecology (APNUG) & Latin-american Pelvic Floor Association (ALAPP) entitled “From Bench to Daily Practice” intends to provide an update on those current hot and controversial topics in the field of Functional Urology and Uro-gynaecology. Topics to be discussed include: Role of Onabotulinumtoxin A in the management of bladder pain syndrome, Evidence based management of POP, Intrapelvic nerve entrapments, post-prostatectomy incontinence and dysfunctional voiding in women. The session will end up with an interesting clinical-urodynamics cases discussion which will be attractive for all attendants. Urologists, Gynaecologist, Uro-gynaecologists, and all allied professions with an interest in pelvic floor dysfunction will be welcome.
|13:00||13:05||Welcome and Introduction||David Castro-Diaz (Spain) / Luis Abranches Monteiro (Portugal) / Nucelio Lemos (Brazil)|
|13:05||13:30||Update 1: • BoNT Therapy in 2016: OAB and PBS • Clinical Challenges||Francisco Cruz (Portugal) / Eduardo Vicente (Spain)|
|13:30||14:00||Update 2: • Evidence Based Treatment of POP in 2016 • Intrapelvic Nerve Entrapments: a neglected cause of pain and LUTS||Montse Espuña (Spain) / Nucelio Lemos (Brazil)|
|14:00||14:45||Update 3: Surgical treatment of Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence: The case for each||Salvador Arlandis (Spain) / Carlos Errando (Spain) / Raul Valdevenito Sepúlveda (Chile) / Daniel Garcia Sanchez (México)|
|15:00||15:20||Female dysfunctional voiding||Luis Abranches Monteiro (Portugal)|
|15:20||16:30||Clinical-urodynamic cases discussion||Juan Carlos Castaño (Colombia) / Miguel Ramos (Portugal) / Paulo Principe (Portugal) / Pedro Blasco Hernández (Spain) / Bercina Candoso (Portugal)|