|Keywords||Transitional care Congenital malformations Incontinence|
|Target Audience||Urology, Urogynaecology, Bowel Dysfunction, Conservative Management|
|Aims and Objectives|
Spina bifida, bladder exstrophy, cloaca , posterior urethral valves are managed immediately after the birth with a surgical procedure . All these congenital malformations require lifelong urological care for the treatment of continence and there are critical aspects to define:
- Correct management in childhood, defining a correct timing for surgery for continence, transition out of childhood, the role of conservative management, indications for re-operation , complications in long-term
The objective of this workshop is to critically evaluate the treatment in childhood, defining concern in transition, exploring new modalities for a best practice treatment of incontinence life-long .