Pan Arab Continence Society Session

Society Meeting

The aim is to present a scientific session to the Pan Arab Continence Society (PACS) members and others to attend and discuss this interesting subject during the ICS meeting. This session is free to all registered delegates and is available on a first come first served basis.

For more information on this session or about PACS please contact the Chair Dr. Riyad Al Mousa, Secretary General of Pan Arab Continence Society -

The views expressed in these Society Sessions are those of the speakers and not necessarily those of the International Continence Society.

13.3015.00Session I Neuro-UrologyChairman: Helmut Madersbacher, Francisco Cruz & Tariq Faisal Al-Shaiji
13.3013.35Welcome notesSherif Mourad & Riyad Al Mousa
13.3513.50Evidence based or eminence based urology - the perspective of a func-tional urologist. What can we learn from Uro-Oncology?Chris Chapple
13.5014.05Underactive detrusor -an updateErvin Kocjancic
14.0514.20is urodynamic really necessary in follow-up of neurological patientsRizwan Hamid
14.2014.35Predictor factors for a successful SNM: are we there yet?Magdy Hassouna
14.3514.50Urological complications in long term SCIJohn Heesakkers
15.0016.00Session II OABChairman: David Castro Diaz, Marcio Averbeck & Bader Nasser Al-Mosaieed
15.0015.15Wireless Implantable Posterior Tibial Nerve Neuromodulation: a new treatment option for patients with OAB?Alex Digesu
15.1515.30Practical approach using clinical pathways for OAB treatmentGamal Ghoneim
15.3015.45Update on Nocturia ManagementHashim Hashim
16.0016.15Coffee break
16.1517.30Session III SUI and POPChairman:Roger Dmochowski, Bruno Deval & Ismail Abbara
16.1516.25Bulking Agents for Stress Incontinence: Are They a Real Option?Riyad Al Mousa
16.2516.40Failed sling: what to do?Yasser Farahat
16.4016.55Current status of mesh controversyTufan Tarcan
16.5517.05Pregnancy after uterine prolapse surgery - an updateAlqatawneh Ayman
17.0517.20Does uterine prolapse equal hysterectomy? Role of uterine preserving surgery (hysteropexy) in managing prolapseAbdalla Fayyad