Jerzy B Gajewski ICS Chair
Cosimo De Nunzio ICS Chair
#222 CHANGES IN BRAIN ACTIVITY ON FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING DURING SACRAL NEUROMODULATION FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Pizarro-Berdichevsky J1, Gill B2, Bhattacharyya P2, Marks B2, Quirouet A2, Vasavada S2, Jones S E2, Goldman H21. Cleveland Clinic, USA; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile, 2. Cleveland Clinic, USA Female, Imaging, Neuromodulation, Overactive Bladder, Physiology
#223 Functional Brain Connectivity In Older Women With Urgency Urinary Incontinence
Clarkson B1, Karim H1, Resnick N1, Griffiths D11. University of Pittsburgh Urgency Urinary Incontinence, Basic Science, Imaging, Overactive Bladder
#224 IS OVERACTİVE BLADDER MICROVASCULATURE DISEASE A COMPONENT OF SYSTEMIC ATHEROSCLEOROSIS?
Yeniel A Ö1, Ergenoglu A M1, Meseri R2, Kismali E3, Kavukcu G3, Ari A1, Aydin H H4, Ak H4, Atay S4, Itil I M11. Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Izmir, Turkey, 2. Ege University, Izmir Ataturk School of Health, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Izmir, Turkey, 3. Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Radiology, Izmir, Turkey, 4. Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry, Izmir, Turkey Overactive Bladder, Imaging, Female, Pathophysiology, Biochemistry
#225 SN003, a corticotropin-releasing factor receptor type-1 (CRF1) antagonist, attenuates depressive-like behavior and detrusor overactivity symptoms induced by 13-cis-retinoic acid administration in rats
Wrobel A1, Rechberger E2, Skorupska K1, Miotla P1, Wojtas M1, Zietek A1, Rechberger T11. Medical University of Lublin II Clinic of Gynecology, 2. Medical University of Lublin Basic Science, Detrusor Overactivity, Pharmacology
#226 Uropathogens are capable of intracellular growth in exfoliated urothelial cells isolated from women.
Ognenovska S1, Mansfield K J2, Cheng Y1, Moore K H31. University of NSW, 2. University of Wollongong, 3. St George Hospital Basic Science, Infection, Urinary Tract, Physiology, Detrusor Overactivity
#227 Does an alteration in the balance between pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines explain why patients with refractory DO are more prone to recurrent UTI?
Cheng Y1, Mansfield K J2, Chen Z3, Li A1, Ognenovska S1, Moore K H31. University of NSW, 2. University of Wollongong, 3. St George Hospital Detrusor Overactivity, Infection, Urinary Tract, Physiology
#228 Effects of High-Salt Diet and Polyuria on the Bladder
Velasquez Flores M1, Mossa A1, Cammisotto P1, Campeau L11. Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research, McGill University Voiding Dysfunction , Pathophysiology, Animal Study, Basic Science
#229 IS OVERACTIVE BLADDER ANOTHER FACET OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME? : A cross-sectional study among Japanese men and women.
Aoki Y1, Okada M1, Matsuta Y1, Ito H1, Matsumoto C2, Kusaka Y1, Yokoyama O11. The University of Fukui Faculty of Medical Sciences, 2. The University of Fukui Urgency/Frequency, Overactive Bladder, Male, Female, Prevention
#230 Developing a mapping model between two commonly used patient-reported outcome instruments: the IPSS and OAB-V8
Crump T1, Sehgal A2, Baverstock R1, Carlson K11. University of Calgary, 2. vesia Alberta Bladder Centre Male, Mathematical or statistical modelling, Overactive Bladder, Outcomes Research Methods, Questionnaire
#231 Gathering requirements with users for the development of an assistive mobile phone application to support bladder training.
Salai A1, Baillie L2, Booth J31. Heriot-Watt University, 2. Heriot-Watt Univerisity, 3. Glasgow Caledonian University Incontinence, Rehabilitation, Overactive Bladder
#232 The Characterization of Overactive Bladder Phenotypes Using Electronic Data Capture
Blaivas J1, Hirsch Z M2, Policastro L3, Chaikin D4, O'Boyle A L51. Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, 2. Institute for Bladder and Prostate Research, 3. SUNY Downstate Medical College, 4. Morristown Memorial Hospital, 5. Walter Reed National Military Center Overactive Bladder, Voiding Diary, Questionnaire, Female, Male
#233 Identification of each threshold of four OAB-symptoms severity to impact significantly on QOL suggested by the visual analogue scale to evaluate QOL or bother specific to each symptom
Fujihara A1, Fukui A1, Saito Y1, Ushijima S1, Ukimura O11. Kyoto prefectural university of medicine Female, Overactive Bladder, Quality of Life (QoL)