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1 The reporting quality of abstracts of randomised controlled trials submitted to the ICS meeting in Heidelberg
Herbison G P1 1. Otago University
2 Non-invasive bladder pressure: the case for using a modified ICS nomogram
Griffiths C1, Blake C2, Harding C3, McIntosh S3, Drinnan M1, Robson W3, Pickard R3, Abrams P2, Ramsden P3 1. Regional Medical Physics Department, 2. Bristol Urological Institute, 3. Urology Department, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
3 VALIDATION OF THE PENILE COMPRESSION-RELEASE MANOEUVRE FOR NON-INVASIVE DIAGNOSIS OF BLADDER OUTFLOW OBSTRUCTION
Harding C1, Mcintosh S1, Robson W1, Ramsden P1, Drinnan M1, Griffiths C1, Pickard R1 1. Freeman Hospital
4 IS THERE A ROLE FOR URODYNAMIC TEST ON CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT? URODYNAMIC EVALUATION OF URINARY INCONTINENT WOMEN TREATED WITH PERINEAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION.
Bruschini H1, Almeida F1, Srougi M 1 1. Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo
5 Leak Point Pressure Testing after Tissue Engineered Sling Placement in a model of stress urinary incontinence
Cannon T1, Conway D1, Lu S H1, Xavier M1, Fraser M O1, Chermansky C1, de Groat W1, Huard J1, Chancellor M1 1. University of Pittsburgh
6 VLPP AND SURGICAL OUTCOME: PRELIMINARY DATA
Pajoncini C1, Costantini E1, Bini V1, Tascini M C1, Rociola W1, Guercini F1, Porena M1 1. Department of Urology, Perugia University
7 Cellular properties of human sub-urothelial myofibroblasts - their role in bladder sensation
Fry C1, Wu C1, Sui G1 1. Institute of Urology, London
8 DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY INCREASED LEVELS OF NERVE GROWTH FACTOR IN BLADDER AFFERENT PATHWAYS IN RATS
Satoshi S1, Sasaki K 2, Igawa Y 1, Nishizawa O1, Chancellor M 3, de Groat W 4, Yoshimura N3 1. Dept. of Urology, Shinshu Univ, School of Medicine, 2. Dept. of Urology, Okayama Univ, School of Medicine, 3. Dept of Urology, Univ of Pittsburgh, 4. Dept of Pharmacology, Univ of Pittsburgh
9 ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE L6 AND S1 SPINAL NERVES REDUCES THE BLADDER OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE IN ANESTHETIZED RATS
Allard J1, Francomme C1, Bernabé J1, Denys P2, Chartier-Kastler E3, Giuliano F4 1. Pelvipharm, 2. CHU Raymond Poincaré, 3. CHU Pitié-Salpétrière, 4. CHU Kremlin-Bicêtre
10 SUPRASPINAL AMPA AND NMDA GLUTAMATERGIC TRANSMISSION IN THE MICTURITION REFLEX IN THE URETHANE-ANESTHETIZED RAT
Yoshiyama M1, de Groat W1 1. Department of Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
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Podium Session

Tuesday 7th October 2003

09:00-10:30

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09:00 1 #4092 PDF Abstract The reporting quality of abstracts of randomised controlled trials submitted to the ICS meeting in Heidelberg
Herbison G P1 1. Otago University