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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Fellows' Day

07:00 a.m. - 08:00 a.m.

Registration


08:00 a.m. - 08:15 a.m.

Welcome

Location: East Meeting Room 13

08:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

Fellows’ Paper Session

Location: East Meeting Room 13

08:15 a.m. - 08:45 a.m.

Oral Presentation Skills for Research Presentations

Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

2 - RISK FACTORS FOR PROLAPSE RECURRENCE- SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Talia Friedman (Australia)

21 - MINIARC VS TVT ABBREVO MIDURETHRAL SLING IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE. AN RCT 6 AND 12MONTH FOLLOW UP

Joan Melendez Munoz (Australia)

41 - SERUM PROTEIN PATTERN IN FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Marianne Koch (Austria)

122 - ANAL SPINCHTER IMAGING: AT REST OR ON PFMC?

Nishamini Subramaniam (Australia)

139 - VOIDING DYSFUNCTIONS AFTER MIDURETRHAL SLING PLACEMENT IN A LARGE DATASET COHORT

Trinidad Raby (Chile)

145 - THE CO-CULTURE OF ADIPOSE DERIVED STEM CELLS DIFFERENTIATED SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS AND FIBROBLASTS ON A SILK FIBROIN SCAFFOLD: A PRIMARY RESEARCH ON THE PROLIFERATION AND MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Yue Chang (China)

152 - PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF THE INCIDENCE OF OASIS BETWEEN A WESTERN AND ASIAN HOSPITAL USING A SINGLE EXAMINER

Lucy Bates (Australia)

178 - CYSTODISTENSION AS A TREATMENT FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER - RESULTS OF AN RCT

Aswini Balachandran (United Kingdom)


10:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Meeting Room 13

10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Video Session

Location: East Meeting Room 13

10:30 a.m. - 10:50 a.m.

Redo Colposuspenison

Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

10:50 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.

Fascial Sling

Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada)

11:10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

MUS Complications

G. Willy Davila (USA)


11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Lunch + Presentation on Global Health

Location: East Meeting Room 13

11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Preparing to be Unprepared: Pre- and Post-departure Considerations in Global Health

Chi Chiung Grace Chen (USA)


12:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Group 1 - Didactics

Location: East Meeting Room 13

12:30 p.m. - 01:10 p.m.

Post-Operative Care and Complications

Catherine Matthews (USA)

01:10 p.m. - 01:50 p.m.

Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Stress Urinary Incontinence

Oliver Daly (Australia)

01:50 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Diagnosis and Pre-Operative Assessment of Incontinence

Roxana Geoffrion (Canada)


12:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Group 2 - Stations

Location: East Meeting Room 8

12:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Retropubic MUS

12:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Transobturator MUS

12:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Single Incision/Burch/Rectus Fascial Sling

12:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Sacrospinous Ligament Fixation


02:30 p.m. - 02:45 p.m.

Switch / Coffee Break

Location: East Meeting Room 13

02:45 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Group 1 - Stations

Location: East Meeting Room 8

02:45 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Retropubic MUS

02:45 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Transobturator MUS

02:45 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Single Incision/Burch/Rectus Fascial Sling

02:45 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Sacrospinous Ligament Fixation


02:45 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Group 2 - Didactics

Location: East Meeting Room 13

02:45 p.m. - 03:25 p.m.

Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Stress Urinary Incontinence

Oliver Daly (Australia)

03:25 p.m. - 04:05 p.m.

Diagnosis and Pre-Operative Assessment of Incontinence

Roxana Geoffrion (Canada)

04:05 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Post-Operative Care and Complications

Catherine Matthews (USA)


04:45 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Meet the IUJ Editors-in-Chief

Location: East Meeting Room 13

05:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Fellows’ Reception

Location: South Foyer

Canadian Society of Pelvic Medicine (CSPM)

09:00 a.m. - 09:05 a.m.

Welcome and Origin of CSURPS (now CSPM)

Location: East Meeting Room 11

Harold Drutz (Canada)


09:05 a.m. - 09:10 a.m.

CSPM then and now: The Development of an Independent Non-profit Organization

Location: East Meeting Room 11

Marie-Andrée Harvey (Canada)


09:10 a.m. - 09:15 a.m.

Western Society of Pelvic Medicine (WSPM) Origin and Current Position

Location: East Meeting Room 11

Colin Birch (Canada)


09:15 a.m. - 09:20 a.m.

Eastern Society of Pelvic Medicine (ESPM) Origin and Current Position

Location: East Meeting Room 11

Jens-Erik Walter (Canada)


09:20 a.m. - 09:50 a.m.

CSPM Business Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Moderator: Jacqueline Cahill (Canada)

Process of Integration of WSPM, ESPM with CSPM

Nominations and Election of Board for 2018-2020

Approval of By-Laws

Annual Meetings and Membership Dues


09:50 a.m. - 10:10 a.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Meeting Room 11

10:10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Business Meeting continued

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Moderator: Jacqueline Cahill (Canada)

Standing Committees - Research and Development - Educational

National Office - Administrative Support - Banking


Live Surgery Session in Fresh Cadavers

01:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Panel

Location: East Meeting Room 1-3

Annette Epp (Canada), Stephen Jeffery (South Africa), Catherine Matthews (USA) & Bob Shull (USA)


01:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Laparoscopic Sacral Hysteropexy

Location: East Meeting Room 1-3
Moderators: Colin Birch (Canada) & David Quinlan (Canada)

Magnus Murphy (Canada)


01:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Vaginal Uterosacral Suspension

Location: East Meeting Room 1-3
Moderators: Colin Birch (Canada) & David Quinlan (Canada)

John Gebhart (USA)


Ibero-American Meeting

01:00 p.m. - 01:15 p.m.

Opening

Location: East Meeting Room 12

Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil)


01:15 p.m. - 02:50 p.m.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Treatment – Where are we in:

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderators: Teresa Mascarenhas (Portugal) & Marair Sartori (Brazil)

01:15 p.m. - 01:30 p.m.

Refractory Overactive Bladder

Jorge Garcia (Colombia)

01:30 p.m. - 01:45 p.m.

Painful Bladder Syndrome

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

01:45 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Recurrent Urinary Infection

Susan Contreras (Paraguay)

02:00 p.m. - 02:15 p.m.

Laparoscopic Approach for Genital Prolapse

Carlos Rondini (Chile)

02:15 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Physiotherapy in Postoperative Dyspareunia

Maura Seleme (Brazil)

02:30 p.m. - 02:50 p.m.

Discussion


02:50 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

Urogynecology Afecciones Guidelines from LATAM countries?

Location: East Meeting Room 12

Discussion – Is it possible to establish LATAM Guidelines?

Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil), Rodrigo Aquino Castro (Brazil) & Enrique Ubertazzi (Argentina)


03:30 p.m. - 03:50 p.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Meeting Room 12

03:50 p.m. - 04:15 p.m.

Terminology IUGA/ICS - Translation into Spanish

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderators: Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil) & Martha Medina (Peru)

03:50 p.m. - 04:05 p.m.

Javier Pizarro Berdichevsky (Chile)

04:05 p.m. - 04:15 p.m.

Discussion


04:15 p.m. - 04:40 p.m.

LATAM Database

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderators: Maria Bortolini (Brazil) & Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil)

04:15 p.m. - 04:30 p.m.

Luiz Gustavo Brito (Brazil)

04:30 p.m. - 04:40 p.m.

Discussion


04:40 p.m. - 05:10 p.m.

Edited videos of different surgeries and follow up at least 6 months after the procedures - Miccional Dysfunction and Pudendal Pain

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderators: Rodrigo Aquino Castro (Brazil) & Enrique Ubertazzi (Argentina)

04:40 p.m. - 04:48 p.m.

Vesical Extrophy and Genital Propalse Treatment

Hector Soderini (Argentina)

04:48 p.m. - 04:56 p.m.

Vesico-vaginal Fistula - Surgical Treatment

Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil)

04:56 p.m. - 05:04 p.m.

Pudendal Pain - Laparoscopic Treatment

Nucelio Lemos (Canada)

05:04 p.m. - 05:15 p.m.

Discussion


05:10 p.m. - 05:50 p.m.

Edited videos of different surgeries and follow up at least 6 months after the procedures - Genital Prolapse

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderators: Zsuzsanna Jarmy-di-Bella (Brazil) & Javier Pizarro Berdichevsky (Chile)

05:15 p.m. - 05:22 p.m.

Laparoscopic Colposacropexy

Carlos Diaz (Colombia)

05:22 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Vaginal Sling for Apical and Anterior Prolapse

Enrique Ubertazzi (Argentina)

05:30 p.m. - 05:38 p.m.

Laparoscopic Hysteropexy

Carlos Rondini (Chile)

05:38 p.m. - 05:50 p.m.

Discussion


05:50 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Closing and Remarks

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderator: Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil)

Pan-Asian Meeting

01:00 p.m. - 01:05 p.m.

Opening Address by Organizing Chair

Location: East Meeting Room 11

Tsia-Shu Lo (Taiwan)


01:05 p.m. - 01:20 p.m.

Welcome Address by the President of IUGA

Location: East Meeting Room 11

Lynsey Hayward (New Zealand)


01:20 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

Overview of Surgical Trends on POP in Asia

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Moderators: Roy Ng (Singapore), Masayasu Koyama (Japan) & Kuan-Hui Huang (Taiwan)

China

Lan Zhu (China)

Hong Kong

Symphorosa Chan Shing Chee (Hong Kong)

India

Aparna Hegde (India)

Indonesia

Fernandi Moegni (Indonesia)

Japan

Jimmy Nomura (Japan)

Jordan

Rami Ibrahim (Jordan)

Malaysia

Pei Shan Lim (Malaysia)

Philippines

Lisa T. Prodigalidad (Philippines)

Singapore

Han How Chuan (Singapore)

Taiwan

Cheng-Yu Long (Taiwan)

Thailand

Suvit Bunyavejchevin (Thailand)

Summary

Tsia-Shu Lo (Taiwan)


03:30 p.m. - 03:50 p.m.

Coffee/Tea Break

Location: East Meeting Room 11

03:50 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Lecture –The Masterpiece of Prolapse Surgery Emanating and Touching Asia (EBM based)

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Moderators: Kumar Siva (Malaysia), Symphorosa Chan Shing Chee (Hong Kong) & Man-Jung Hung (Taiwan)

03:50 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.

Native Tissue Surgery of Asia

Masayasu Koyama (Japan)

04:00 p.m. - 04:10 p.m.

TVM of Asia

Lan Zhu (China)

04:10 p.m. - 04:20 p.m.

Colposacropexy: Open, L’scopy & Robotic at Asia

Fei-Chi Chuang (Taiwan)

04:20 p.m. - 04:30 p.m.

Basic Research on POP in Asia

Sandy Chua (Philippines) & Yi-Hao Lin (Taiwan)

04:30 p.m. - 04:45 p.m.

Q&A


04:45 p.m. - 05:45 p.m.

Stump the Expert

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Moderators: Han How Chuan (Singapore), Suvit Bunyavejchevin (Thailand) & Ting-Wen Huang (Japan)

Case 1

Harvard Lin (Singapore), Kai Lyn Ng (Singapore) & Roy Ng (Singapore)

Case 2

Hun-Shan Pan (Taiwan)

Panellist

Sayeba Akhter (Bangladesh), Azami Azinar (Indonesia), Symphorosa Chan Shing Chee (Hong Kong), Rachel Yau Kar Cheung (Hong Kong), Orawee Chintanakarn (Thailand), Masayasu Koyama (Japan), Pei Shan Lim (Malaysia), Cheng-Yu Long (Taiwan), Vineet Mishra (India), Rajamaheswari Natarajan (India), Roy Ng (Singapore) & Lisa T. Prodigalidad (Philippines) & Lan Zhu (China)


05:45 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Closing Remarks & Photo

Location: East Meeting Room 11

SIG Meetings

06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Cosmetic Urogynecology Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 14
Moderators: Robert Moore (USA) & Jack Pardo (Chile)

Welcoming: Cosmetic Gynecology World Overview

Jack Pardo (Chile)

Development of Aesthetic Gynecology in Russia

Inna Apolikhina (Russia)

Genital Cosmetic Laser Procedure

Samantha Condé (Brazil)

Intraurethral Laser in Treatement of USI

Adrian Gaspar (Argentina)

What we have reached and perfomed in Fatmawati General Hospital-Indonesia

Fadli Amran (Indonesia) & Shirley Anggraini (Indonesia)

My practice as urogynecologist when I add Cosmetic Gynecology

Oseka Onuma (Australia)

Discussion

Election of New Board


06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Laparoscopic Surgery Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Moderators: Bruno Deval (France) & Robert Moore (USA)

How do we prevent re and post operative morbidity during LSC and LS?

Chris Maher (Australia)

How do we realize a laparoscopic low anterior ventral rectopexy? (Video)

Abdalla Fayyad (United Kingdom)

How do we realize a laparoscopic hysteropexy? (Video)

Salma I. Kayani (United Kingdom)

How do we realize a laparoscopic sacral colpopexy? (Video)

Marie Paraiso (USA)

How do we manage pre operative injuries during LSC and LHC? (Video)

Kazuaki Yoshimura (Japan)

How do we realize a laparoscopic treatment of an anterior prolapse? (Video)

Christian Phillips (United Kingdom)

How do we realize a laparoscopic treatment of a posterior prolapse? (Video)

Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil) & Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

How do we realize an hysterectomy during laparoscopy sacral-hysteropexy? (Video)

Stephen Jeffery (South Africa)

Alternative technics to LSC and LHS

How do we realize laparoscopic native tissue repair for pelvic organ prolaps? (Video)

Albert De Decker (New Zealand)

How do we realize laparoscopic pectopexy? (Video)

Gunther Noé (Germany)

How do we realize Kapandji or Duboisson technic? (Video)

Nikolaus Veit-Rubin (Austria)

Conclusion

Robert Moore (USA)


06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Neuro-Urogynecology and Urogenital Pain Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Moderator: Sohier Elneil (United Kingdom)

Apologies

Sohier Elneil (United Kingdom)

Review of Minutes IUGA 2016

Neuromodulation - Presentation: Update of Neuromodulation in UG

Kevin Benson (USA) & Ian Tucker (Australia)

Chronic Pelvic Pain - Presentation: Update of Chronic Pelvic Pain in UG

Vani Dandolu (USA) & Keng Jin Ng (United Kingdom)

Training Updates - Presentation: Integrating Neuro-urogynecology into the IUGA Academy

Alex Digesu (United Kingdom)

Working Group Breakout Sessions and Report Generation

Presentations of Working Group

Future of SIG

AOB


06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Pelvic Floor Imaging Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 8
Moderator: Hans Peter Dietz (Australia)

Welcome

The IUGA Pelvic Floor Ultrasound Cookbook? Where is it at?

Translations and same for Endorectal and Endovaginal US

Training Modules

Other Revenue-generating Activities: Textbook, Palpation Model

AIUM/ IUGA Standardisation Document

Patient Leaflet

Close


06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 13
Moderator: Bary Berghmans (The Netherlands)

Introduction - Special Interest Group Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Developments

Report of the Members of the IUGA Committees

IUGA Website PFR Page , IUGA Newsletter

Goals of IUGA SIG PFR - What has been achieved since Cape Town

Report of the IUGA Pelvic Physiotherapy Ambassadors

Decisions and action points of the Special Interest Group

Any other matter of concern

Questions

Closing Remarks


06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Obstetric Pelvic Floor Trauma Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 9
Moderator: Katariina Laine (Norway)

Welcome

Katariina Laine (Norway)

Introduction of the attending members

Discussions - Main goals for the group and priority of the activites

The International Consensus on Peripartum Perineal Care Communication with relevant associations. There are many groups and associations managing women’s health, and we should establish contact with these; FIGO, WHO, IUGA, ICM, RCOG, RCM, ACOG?

Create/develop and publish a suggestion for a standardization, recommendation or a guideline. Many guidelines already exist, most national associations have one. In stead of a new guideline, an expert statement based on existing evidence was suggested. We suggest President Freeman to contact FIGO - Intra- and postpartum care.

Title for a publication: The International Consensus on Peripartum Perineal Care.

Challenges with differing national recommendations


06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Nursing Special Interest Group (SIG) Founding Meeting

Location: East Meeting Room 15

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Workshops - Morning

08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#1 – Hands-On Workshop on Diagnosis and Repair of 3rd /4th Degree Obstetric Tears

Location: East Meeting Room 3
Co-Chairs: Abdul Sultan (United Kingdom) & Ranee Thakar (United Kingdom)

Hands-On

Faculty: Aswini Balachandran (United Kingdom) & Farah Lone (United Kingdom)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#2 – Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy: Hands-on Training by the Experts

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Co-Chairs: Stephen Jeffery (South Africa) & Robert Moore (USA)

Hands-On

Faculty: Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada), Bruno Deval (France), John Miklos (USA) & Christian Phillips (United Kingdom)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#3 – Perineal Trauma: Prevention, Evaluation, Education and Repair of Obstetric Perineal Trauma

Location: East Meeting Room 9
Co-Chairs: Vladimir Kalis (Czech Republic) & Katariina Laine (Norway)

Hands-On

Faculty: Jan Willem de Leeuw (The Netherlands) & Renaud de Tayrac (France)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#4 – Abdominal and Pelvic Pain Syndromes: Will we ever find a solution?

Location: East Meeting Room 13
Co-Chairs: Vani Dandolu (USA), Alex Digesu (United Kingdom) & Keng Jin Ng (United Kingdom)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Maura Seleme (Brazil)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#5 – Comprehensive Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography: Transperineal, Endovaginal, Endoanal Imaging

Location: East Meeting Room 1
Chair: S. Abbas Shobeiri (USA)

Hands-On

Faculty: Aparna Hegde (India), Lieschen H. Quiroz (USA) & Andrea C. Santiago (Philippines)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#6 – Cosmetic Gynecology for The Urogynecologist

Location: East Meeting Room 8
Co-Chairs: Robert Moore (USA) & Jack Pardo (Chile)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Oscar Aguirre (USA), Adrian Gaspar (Argentina) & John Miklos (USA)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#7 – Recent Advances in Regenerative Medicine in Pelvic Floor

Location: East Meeting Room 15
Chair: Harold Drutz (Canada)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: May Alarab (Canada), Margot Damaser (USA), Mark Kibschull (Canada) & Oksana Shynlova (Canada)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#8 – Interactive Workshop on Complications in Urogynaeocological Surgery- Practical and Training Perspectives

Location: East Meeting Room 16
Co-Chairs: Peter Dwyer (Australia) & Anna Rosamilia (Australia)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Alison De Souza (Australia), Yik Lim (Australia) & Lore Schierlitz (Australia)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#9 – Advanced Urodynamic Assessment

Location: East Meeting Room 17
Chair: Swati Jha (United Kingdom)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom) & Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#10 – Accidental Bowel Leakage: From Delivery Room to the Nursing Home, a Case-Based Treatment Guide

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Chair: Catherine Matthews (USA)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Kimberly Kenton (USA) & Tristi Muir (USA)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#11 – Optimising Outcomes from Surgical Management of the Older Patient with Frailty/Multimorbidity

Location: East Meeting Room 19
Chair: Adrian Wagg (Canada)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: William Gibson (Canada) & Kathleen Hunter (Canada)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#12 – Surgical Anatomy of the Female Pelvis & How it Relates to Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery

Location: East Meeting Room 18
Co-Chairs: Thomas Aigmueller (Austria) & Wolfgang Umek (Austria)

Hands-On

Faculty: Engelbert Hanzal (Austria), Marianne Koch (Austria) & Daniela Ulrich (Austria)


08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WS#13 – Interdisciplinary Treatment of Pelvic Floor Muscle Spasm Pain: A Medical and Physical Therapy Perspective

Location: East Meeting Room 2
Chair: Carina Siracusa (USA)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Roxana Geoffrion (Canada)


Workshops - Afternoon

01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

WS#24 – Practical Aspects of Managing and Preventing Urinary Tract Infections

Location: East Meeting Room 16
Chair: Kevin Carlson (Canada)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Richard Baverstock (Canada), Duane Hickling (Canada) & Blayne Welk (Canada)


01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

WS#25 – Interdisciplinary Management of Women with Provoked Vestibulodynia

Location: East Meeting Room 17
Chair: Claudia Brown (Canada)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Rami Nijar (Canada), Marie-Josée Lord (Canada) & Leslie Sadownik (Canada)


01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

WS#26 – To Mesh or ot to Mesh: Vaginal Surgery for Apical Prolapse

Location: East Meeting Room 19
Co-Chairs: Roxana Geoffrion (Canada) & Maryse Larouche (Canada)

Interactive Seminar


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#14 – Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy: Hands-on Training by the Experts

Location: East Meeting Room 12
Co-Chairs: Stephen Jeffery (South Africa) & Robert Moore (USA)

Hands-On

Faculty: Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada), Bruno Deval (France), John Miklos (USA) & Christian Phillips (United Kingdom)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#15 – Educational Clay Workshop for Pelvic Anatomy

Location: East Meeting Room 9
Chair: Deborah Myers (USA)

Hands-On

Faculty: Vivian Aguilar (USA), Oliver Daly (Australia), Holly Richter (USA), Rebecca Rogers (USA), Vivian Sung (USA) & Blair Washington (USA)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#16 – The Overactive Pelvic Floor

Location: East Meeting Room 13
Chair: Anna Padoa (Israel)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Debbie Cohen (USA), Linda McLean (Canada), Amy Stein (USA) & Carolyn Vandyken (Canada)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#17 – Pelvic Floor Ultrasound Imaging

Location: East Meeting Room 1
Co-Chairs: Hans Peter Dietz (Australia) & Ka Lai Shek (Australia)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Kamil Svabik (Czech Republic) & Vivien Wong (Australia)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#18 – Innovative Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation: ‘Peripartum women knocking’ the Door-to-Door concept

Location: East Meeting Room 2
Chair: Bary Berghmans (The Netherlands)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Alex Digesu (United Kingdom), Hege Holmo Johannessen (Norway), Barry O'Reilly (Ireland), Maura Seleme (Brazil) & Steven Swift (USA)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#19 – Vaginal Laser Applications in Urogynecology

Location: East Meeting Room 8
Chair: Menachem Alcalay (Israel)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Ivan Fistonic (Croatia), Stefano Salvatore (Italy) & Giuseppe Scibilia (Italy)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#20 – Research & Development: A Workshop for Early Career Researchers

Location: East Meeting Room 6
Chair: Kaven Baessler (Germany)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Wael Agur (United Kingdom), Tony Bazi (Lebanon), Debjyoti Karmakar (Australia) & Veronica Mallett (USA)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#21 – Complications of SUI and POP Surgery: Prevention and Management—A Review from Both Urology and Gynecology

Location: East Meeting Room 11
Chair: Howard Goldman (USA)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Catherine Matthews (USA), Javier Pizarro Berdichevsky (Chile) & Sandip Vasavada (USA)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#22 – The Management of Refractory OAB

Location: East Meeting Room 18
Chair: Linda Cardozo (United Kingdom)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Alex Digesu (United Kingdom), Howard Goldman (USA), Angela Rantell (United Kingdom), Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom), Stefano Salvatore (Italy), Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom) & Ian Tucker (Australia)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

PROTECT – Train the Trainer Program

Location: East Meeting Room 3
Co-Chairs: Abdul Sultan (United Kingdom) & Ranee Thakar (United Kingdom)

Faculty: Jan Willem de Leeuw (The Netherlands) & Farah Lone (United Kingdom)


01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

WS#31 - Hands on Urodynamic Course

Location: East Meeting Room 15
Chair: Timothy McKinney (USA)

Hands-On

Faculty: G. Willy Davila (USA), Mikel Gray (USA), Peter Sand (USA) & Lynn Stothers (Canada)


03:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

WS#27 – Vaginal Pessaries: Modern Re-Emergence for Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence

Location: East Meeting Room 14
Co-Chairs: Magali Robert (Canada) & Grace Neustaedter (Canada)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Christine Johnson (Canada)


03:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

WS#29 – Vaginal Apical Support Procedures (Native Tissue) -Surgical Technique

Location: East Meeting Room 16
Co-Chairs: Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada) & David Quinlan (Canada)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Mark Slack (United Kingdom) & Kobus van Rensburg (South Africa)


03:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

WS#30 – Better Results of Anti-incontinence Surgery – How to use Introital Pelvic Floor Ultrasound Transvaginal Probe

Location: East Meeting Room 17
Chair: Grzegorz Surkont (Poland)

Interactive Seminar

Faculty: Andrzej Kuszka (Germany)


Evening

05:30 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.

Welcome Reception

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Morning

06:30 a.m. - 07:30 a.m.

FIUGA Fun Run

Location: Entrance East Building

08:30 a.m. - 08:40 a.m.

Welcome Comments

Location: East Exhibition Hall A

Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada) & Lynsey Hayward (New Zealand)


08:40 a.m. - 09:30 a.m.

Podium Session 1 - Prolapse

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Peter Dwyer (Australia) & Roxana Geoffrion (Canada)

1 - FIVE-YEAR OUTCOMES OF UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT SUSPENSION OR SACROSPINOUS LIGAMENT FIXATION FOR APICAL PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

J. Eric Jelovsek (USA)

2 - RISK FACTORS FOR PROLAPSE RECURRENCE- SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Talia Friedman (Australia)

3 - THE MANCHESTER-FOTHERGILL PROCEDURE VERSUS VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF UTERINE PROLAPSE: A MATCHED COHORT STUDY

Niels Klarskov (Denmark)

4 - TEMPORAL TRENDS IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGERY IN CANADA

Sarka Lisonkova (Canada)

32 - RECTOPEXY IN COMBINATION WITH A SACROCOLPOPEXY: RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Etienne Henn (South Africa)


09:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Presidential Address

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Peter Dwyer (Australia) & Roxana Geoffrion (Canada)

Lynsey Hayward (New Zealand)


10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Ulf Ulmsten Lecture

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada) & Lynsey Hayward (New Zealand)

Physiotherapy for Pelvic Pain and Sexual Dysfunction, an Untapped Resource?

Bary Berghmans (The Netherlands)


10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Podium Session 2 - Pregnancy and Childbirth

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Bob Freeman (United Kingdom) & Ranee Thakar (United Kingdom)

5 - OBSTETRIC TRAUMA ASSOCIATED WITH OPERATIVE VAGINAL DELIVERY, BY PELVIC STATION, COMPARED WITH CESAREAN DELIVERY IN THE SECOND STAGE OF LABOUR

Giulia Muraca (Canada)

6 - IMPLEMENTATION OF A PERINEAL SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR REDUCTION OF OASIS: FIRST RESULTS AND PITFALLS

Jan Willem de Leeuw (The Netherlands)

7 - FACTORS INFLUENCING PATIENT PREFERENCE OF MODE OF DELIVERY FOLLOWING AN OASI

Swati Jha (United Kingdom)

8 - EPISIOTOMY AND SEVERE PERINEAL LACERATION: ASSOCIATED OBSTETRIC AND CARE FACTORS

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

9 - RISK FACTORS FOR RECURRENT OBSTETRIC ANAL SPHINCTER INJURY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Swati Jha (United Kingdom)

10 - OBSTRUCTED DEFECATION AND PARITY IN WOMEN WITHOUT ANATOMICAL ABNORMALITIES OF THE ANORECTUM

Francisca Solar Altamirano (Australia)

11 - DOES EPISIOTOMY REDUCE THE RISK OF OASIS? MULTIVARIATE LOGISTIC REGRESSION ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS FOR OASIS

Gans Thiagamoorthy (United Kingdom)

12:10 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - UR-Choice Risk Management: Can we provide Mothers-to-be with Information about the Risk of Future PFD?

J. Eric Jelovsek (USA)


11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Podium Session 3 - Epidemiology

Location: East Ballroom B
Moderators: Paul Riss (Austria) & Lynn Stothers (Canada)

12 - URINARY INCONTINENCE IN FEMALE ATHLETES: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Thais Lourenco (Brazil)

13 - THE EFFECT OF BARIATRIC SURGERY ON URINARY INCONTINENCE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Bhawana Purwar (United Kingdom)

14 - TRIGGERS AND BARRIERS FOR HELP-SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE: A CROSS-NATIONAL STUDY IN GERMANY AND DENMARK

Louise Schreiber Pedersen (Denmark)

15 - PREVALENCE AND SEVERITY OF URINARY INCONTINENCE AMONG WOMEN IN DENMARK AND GERMANY: A CROSS NATIONAL SURVEY.

Louise Schreiber Pedersen (Denmark)

16 - PELVIC FLOOR ANATOMY AND FUNCTION 12 MONTHS AFTER VAGINAL DELIVERY

Iva Urbankova (Czech Republic)

17 - EVALUATION OF URINARY INCONTINENCE OF TWIN PREGNANCIES ACCORDING TO THEIR MODE OF DELIVERY. JUMODA-CP STUDY. RESULTS AT 3 MONTHS POSTPARTUM

Renaud de Tayrac (France)

18 - WEIGHT GAIN DURING PREGNANCY IS ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER ONE TO TWO YEARS POSTPARTUM: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS NESTED IN A COHORT STUDY

Luiz Gustavo Oliveira Brito (Brazil)

19 - PATTERNS AND COSTS OF HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION BEFORE DURING AND AFTER EXPOSURE TO CRANBERRY FOR THE PREVENTION OF URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN WOMEN; RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL

Lynn Stothers (Canada)

20 - TEMPORAL TRENDS AND RISK FACTORS FOR OBSTETRIC ANAL SPHINCTER INJURIES - A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF A NATIONAL REGISTER

Heinrich Husslein (Austria)


Afternoon

12:30 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Lunch

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

12:45 p.m. - 01:45 p.m.

Educational CME Lunch Symposium

Location: East Ballroom C

01:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m.

E-Poster Session 1 - Prolapse

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Patrick Campbell (United Kingdom) & Marie Paraiso (USA)

201 - SURGICAL OUTCOMES IN APICAL DEFECT REPAIR: COMPARISON OF VAGINAL AND SACROCOLPOPEXY APPROACH

Trinidad Raby (Chile)

202 - SURGICAL REDUCTION OF THE LEVATOR HIATUS WITH A PUBORECTALIS SLING - A PILOT STUDY

Vivien Wong (Australia)

203 - PREVALENCE OF POSTOPERATIVE URINARY RETENTION AND THE OPTIMAL DURATION OF TRANSURETRAL URINARY CATHETERIZATION AFTER PELVIC FLOOR SURGERY

Alin Petcharopas (Thailand)

204 - DE NOVO POSTOPERATIVE URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGERY

Aiste Ugianskiene (Denmark)

205 - REMOVING THE ADNEXA DURING VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY - WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF SUCCESS AND SHOULD IT CHANGE THE SURGICAL ROUTE?

Kai Lyn Ng (Singapore)

206 - OUTCOMES OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGERY: DOES BMI MATTER?

Hemikaa Devakumar (USA)

207 - PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH A JOINT COLORECTAL AND UROGYNECOLOGY SERVICE

Bobby O'Leary (Ireland)

208 - HOW TO EVALUATE THE “TRUE” BLADDER CONTRACTILITY IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGERY?

Takeya Kitta (Japan)

209 - CAN YOU REALLY JUST GOOGLE IT? THE READABILITTY OF WEBSITES DISCUSSING PELIVC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION

Bobby Garcia (USA)


01:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m.

E-Poster Session 2 - Incontinence Treatment

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: May Sanaee (Canada) & Huub van der Vaart (The Netherlands)

210 - AUTOLOGOUS MUSCLE DERIVED CELLS FOR URINARY SPHINCTER REPAIR TO TREAT WOMEN WITH RECURRENT OR PERSISTENT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER CONTINENCE SURGERY

David Quinlan (Canada)

211 - FIVE YEAR LONG TERM OUTCOMES AFTER MINIARC SINGLE INCISION SLING FOR PRIMARY URODYNAMIC STRESS INCONTINENCE

Tsia-Shu Lo (Taiwan)

212 - DEBULKING SURGERY FOR FIBROIDS AND THE IMPACT ON BLADDER SYMPTOMS

Sara Houlihan (Canada)

213 - iS IT POSSIBLE TO CURE THE SYMPTOMS OF THE OVERACTIVE BLADDER IN WOMEN ?

Jan Krhut (Czech Republic)

214 - POSTERIOR TIBIAL NERVE STIMULATION FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER IN A NON-TRIAL SITUATION

Natasha Curtiss (United Kingdom)

215 - WHY DO PATIENTS STOP MEDICATIONS FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER?

Svjetlana Lozo (USA)

216 - A COST-UTILITY ANALYSIS OF NON-SURGICAL TREATMENTS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN ADULT WOMEN

Colleen McDermott (Canada)

217 - INTRASPHINCTERIC INJECTIONS OF AUTOLOGOUS SKELETAL MUSCLE DERIVED CELLS: LONGTERM RESULTS

Mija Blaganje (Slovenia)

218 - DOES AGE AFFECT THE EFFICACY OF MIRABEGRON IN WOMEN WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS?

Maya Basu (United Kingdom)


01:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m.

E-Poster Session 3 - Epidemiology

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Kim van Delft (The Netherlands) & Engelbert Hanzal (Austria)

219 - A COMMUNITY-BASED EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS IN TAIWANESE RESIDENTS AGED 40 YEARS AND ABOVE

Soo-Cheen Ng (Taiwan)

220 - EVALUATION OF ORAL PATIENT INFORMATION VERSUS WRITTEN DOCUMENTS

Susanne Housmans (Belgium)

221 - SOCIOECONOMIC INFERIORITY INTERFERES WITH QUALITY OF LIFE IN PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

222 - IN HER OWN WORDS: BARRIERS TO ENROLLMENT INTO SURGICAL TRIALS BY SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED WOMEN: A PRELIMINARY STUDY

Danita Akingba (USA)

223 - IMPACT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE ON THE SIZE OF UROGENITAL HIATUS - A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT PROLAPSE

Bhawana Purwar (United Kingdom)

224 - PREVALENCE OF URINARY INCONTINENCE IN YOUNG CHILEAN WOMEN

Henry Castro (Chile)

225 - PERFECT SCHEME FOR PELVIC FLOOR FUNCTION EVALUATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN POST MENOPAUSE WOMEN

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

226 - CORRELATION BETWEEN SYMPTOM SEVERITY AND BOTHER IN WOMEN WITH LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS

Amy O'Boyle (USA)

227 - ARE FEMALE ADOLESCENTS INFORMED ABOUT AND INTERESTED IN THE PELVIC FLOOR?

Hedwig Neels (Belgium)


01:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m.

E-Poster Session 4 - Basic Science + Surgical Education + Voiding Dysfunction

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Vivian Aguilar (USA) & Oliver Daly (Australia)

228 - EXPRESSION OF HEPARANASE IN UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENTS OF WOMEN WITH OR WITHOUT UTERINE PROLPASE

Masha Ben Zvi (Israel)

229 - USING PRACTICAL AND DYNAMIC MODELS TO TEACH AND PRACTICE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE QUANTIFICATION (POP-Q) EXAM TO RESIDENTS OF GYNECOLOGY

Ryan Joseph Lirazan (Philippines)

230 - THE INFLUENCE OF DULOXETINE ON DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY DEPRESSION

Tomasz Rechberger (Poland)

231 - MONOCYTE CHEMOTACTIC PROTEIN-1 (MCP-1) URINARY LEVEL IN PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER (OAB) BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT: PILOT PROSPECTIVE STUDY

Cristina Palmer (USA)

232 - MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC 3D SEGMENTATION OF THE PUBIC PART OF THE LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE IN ULTRASOUND IMAGES

Frieda van den Noort (The Netherlands)

233 - PATIENTS’ CONCERNS ABOUT VAGINAL MESH IN PELVIC RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

Patricia Lee (Canada)

234 - THE EFFECT OF A CONCOMITANT PERINEAL BODY REPAIR AT THE TIME OF A POSTERIOR VAGINAL REPAIR: DOES IT PROVIDE A SUPERIOR CLINICAL OUTCOME?

Etienne Henn (South Africa)

235 - IMPROVING DOCUMENTATION OF OBSTETRICAL ANAL SPHINCTER INJURIES (OASIS) USING A STANDARDIZED ELECTRONIC TEMPLATE AT TWO UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS

Padraic Chisholm (USA)

236 - EARLY MIDURETHRAL SLING LOOSENING IN PATIENTS WITH POSTOPERATIVE VOIDING DYSFUNCTION

Enrique Ubertazzi (Argentina)


02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 1 - Prolapse

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Jack Pardo (Chile) & Olanrewaju Sorinola (United Kingdom)

101 - IS TYPE OF RECTOVAGINAL SEPTUM DEFECT ASSOCIATED WITH THE SEVERITY OF POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT PROLAPSE? A 2D AND 3D ENDOVAGINAL ULTRASOUND ASSESSMENT

Aparna Hegde (India)

102 - EFFICACY AND SAFETY BETWEEN ABDOMINAL SACROCOLPOPEXY AND BILATERAL VAGINAL SACROSPINOUS FIXATION USING A POLYVINYLIDENE FLUORIDE MESH (DYNAMESH): AN INTERIM ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Luiz Gustavo Oliveira Brito (Brazil)

103 - TRENDS IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE MANAGEMENT IN LATIN AMERICA

Mauricio Plata (Colombia)

104 - ABDOMINAL VERSUS LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY; A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS.

Patrick Campbell (United Kingdom)

105 - EFFECTIVENESS OF 9 YEARS’FOLLOW-UP OF TRANSVAGINAL HIGH UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT SUSPENSION FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Yongxian Lu (China)

155 - A NATIONAL POPULATION-BASED SURVEY OF THE PREVALENCE, POTENTIAL RISK FACTORS & SYMPTOM-SPECIFIC BOTHER IN SYMPTOMATIC PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN ADULT CHINESE WOMEN

Lan Zhu (China)

02:40 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - Applications of Near-infrared Spectroscopy (to evaluate the bladder and pelvic floor)

Andrew Macnab (Canada)


02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Video Session 1

Location: East Ballroom B
Moderators: Cathy Flood (Canada) & Catherine Matthews (USA)

56 - LET`S GIVE THE PESSARY A TRY?

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

57 - STEP-BY-STEP TRANS-VAGINAL VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA REPAIR - A SURGICAL TEACHING TOOL

Salwan Al-Salihi (Australia)

58 - CONCOMITANT SINGLE SHEET LAPAROSCOPIC VENTRAL MESH RECTOPEXY AND SACROCOLPOPEXY FOR COMBINED FULL THICKNESS RECTAL PROLAPSE AND UTEROVAGINAL PROLAPSE

Jemina Loganathan (United Kingdom)

60 - SACROCOLPOPEXY OF A SIGMOID NEOVAGINA

Ivo Faehnle (Switzerland)

61 - EXTRAVESICAL LAPAROSCOPY REPAIR OF VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA

Jaromir Masata (Czech Republic)


02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 2 - Basic Science

Location: East Ballroom A
Moderators: Alex Digesu (United Kingdom) & Stephen Jeffery (South Africa)

02:00 p.m. - 02:20 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - Vaccine for UTI

Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)

108 - VAGINAL EXPOSURES CONNECTED TO REGIONAL MICROBIOMES: UNDERSTANDING FOREIGN BODY REACTIONS TO MESH IMPLANTATION

Chelsea Elwood (Canada)

110 - RHO KINASE INHIBITION AMELIORATES CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE- INDUCED CYSTITIS IN RATS

Tomasz Rechberger (Poland)

111 - DISSECTING OF THE PARAVESICAL SPACE IN PELVIC SURGERY WOULD RESULT IN LOWER URINARY TRACT DYSFUNCTION - A RAT MODEL

Tsia-Shu Lo (Taiwan)

112 - DATA INTERPRETATION FOR VAGINAL TACTILE IMAGING

Heather van Raalte (USA)


03:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.

Roundtable: Under the Microscope: A Closer Look at Vaginal & Urinary Microbiome

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Danny Lovatis (Canada) & Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

Microbiology Update

Alan Wolfe (USA)

Urinary Microbiome

Linda Brubaker (USA)

Vaginal Microbiome

Deborah Money (Canada)


04:00 p.m. - 04:30 p.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

04:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 3 - Incontinence Assessment

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Linda Cardozo (United Kingdom) & Oliver Daly (Australia)

113 - DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE FEMALE VISUAL SYMPTOM SCORE FOR LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS AND INCONTINENCE

Lynn Stothers (Canada)

114 - A MULTICENTRE STUDY OF ETHNICITY AND DIAGNOSIS OF URINARY INCONTINENCE

Gans Thiagamoorthy (United Kingdom)

115 - NOCTURNAL ENURESIS - PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED LUTS IN ADULT WOMEN ATTENDING A UROGYNAECOLOGY CLINIC.

Patrick Campbell (United Kingdom)

116 - PRESENCE OF BACTERIURIA AND UROPATHOGENIC BACTERIAL PROFILE ARE ASSOCIATED WITH URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS PRESENTING FOR UROGYNECOLGIC EVALUATION

Annacecilia Peacher-Seaney (USA)

117 - SONOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE OF INCREASED OUTFLOW RESISTANCE AFTER SLING SURGERY

Ka Lai Shek (Australia)

118 - OVERACTIVE BLADDER AND BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME; PAIN OF THE SAME SPECTRUM?

Abigail Ford (United Kingdom)

119 - CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FEMALE URETHRAL LENGTH IN STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Myung Ki Kim (Korea)

05:10 p.m. - 05:20 p.m.

ICS Lecture - ICI Update: Surgery for Urinary Incontinence in Women

Peter Sand (USA)

05:20 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

ICS Lecture - ICI Update: Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery

Chris Maher (Australia)


04:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 4 - Imaging and Anatomy

Location: East Ballroom B
Moderators: Queena Chou (Canada) & Aparna Hegde (India)

120 - DOES THE 7TH SLICE MATTER?

Nishamini Subramaniam (Australia)

126 - MRI COMPARISON OF FEMALE PELVIC FLOOR STRUCTURES BETWEEN NULLIPARAS AND PATIENTS WITH ELECTIVE CAESAREAN SECTION

Michal Krcmar (Czech Republic)

122 - ANAL SPINCHTER IMAGING: AT REST OR ON PFMC?

Nishamini Subramaniam (Australia)

123 - KINEMATIC PROFILES OF URETHRAL MORPHOLOGY VERSUS MOBILITY DURING PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE MAXIMUM VOLUNTARY CONTRACTIONS

Linda McLean (Canada)

124 - CORRELATION BETWEEN SLING SURGERY OUTCOME AND ULTRASOUND MEASUREMENTS OF SLING POSITION

Petr Hubka (Czech Republic)

125 - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 3D TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING AND DIGITAL INTRA-VAGINAL PALPATION ASSESSMENTS OF THE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES

Linda McLean (Canada)

121 - HOW REPEATABLE IS SPHINCTER IMAGING BY EXO-ANAL 4D ULTRASOUND?

Nishamini Subramaniam (Australia)

127 - THE IMPACT OF AGEING AND GENETIC PREDISPOSITION ON PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS. ANATOMIC AND HISTOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS

Hans Geelen (The Netherlands)

128 - PELVIS AND PELVIC FLOOR MORPHOLOGY OF HEALTHY NULLIPAROUS WOMEN ON MRI

Michal Krcmar (Czech Republic)


04:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 5 - Laporoscopic and Incontinence Treatment

Location: East Ballroom A
Moderators: Joseph Lee (Australia) & Yik Lim (Australia)

04:30 p.m. - 04:50 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Abdominal Sacrocolpopexy?

Bruno Deval (France)

129 - LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY WITH OR WITHOUT MIDURETHRAL SLING INSERTION: ONE OR TWO STEP APPROACH? A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

Esther Brühlmann (Switzerland)

130 - RISK FACTORS FOR POLYPROPYLENE MIDURETHRAL SLING EXTRUSION: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY

Derrick Sanderson (USA)

131 - A TRIAL OF SURGICAL TRAINING SYSTEM FOR LAPAROSCOPIC SACRAL COLPOPEXY

Masami Takeyama (Japan)

132 - FACTORS PREDICTING FAILURE OF MID-URETHRAL SLING SURGERY

How Chuan Han (Singapore)

133 - THE ROLE OF STEROID HORMONES IN FEMALES WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Barbara Bodner-Adler (Austria)

134 - MINIARC MONARC SUBURETHRAL SLING IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE - AN RCT - 60M FOLLOW UP

Joseph Lee (Australia)

135 - WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM LARGE DATA SETS? WHEN WE USE BULKING PROCEDURES AND COMPARISON TO MID URETHRAL SLINGS (MUS)

Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)


Friday, June 23, 2017

Morning

07:00 a.m. - 07:50 a.m.

Meet the Experts Breakfast

Location: East Ballroom C

Management of Recurrent Prolapse

Abdalla Fayyad (United Kingdom)

Conventional Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy: Tips and Tricks

Bruno Deval (France)

Video-Urodynamics in Complex Voiding Dysfunction

Gamal Ghoniem (USA)

The Female Urinary Microbiota

Linda Brubaker (USA)

Surgery for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Reheela Mohsin (Pakistan)

Actively Managing Mentorship Relationships: Methods and Tips for Mentees

Vivian Sung (USA)

Investigating Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction

Linda Cardozo (United Kingdom) & Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

Native Tissue Surgery

Bob Shull (USA)

OASIS and the UK Care Bundle for Prevention

Ranee Thakar (United Kingdom)

What to do when things go wrong: How do we and patient manage failure and complications?

Bob Freeman (United Kingdom)

How to use the IUGA Surgical Audit Database

Paul Moran (United Kingdom) & Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)

Pessaries for POP

Angela Rantell (United Kingdom)

Urethral Diverticula

Javier Pizarro Berdichevsky (Chile)

Imaging for Slings

Aparna Hegde (India)

Urethral Injectables

Tomi Mikkola (Finland)


08:00 a.m. - 09:30 a.m.

Podium Session 4 - Incontinence

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Harold Drutz (Canada) & Fred Milani (The Netherlands)

21 - MINIARC VS TVT ABBREVO MIDURETHRAL SLING IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE. AN RCT 6 AND 12MONTH FOLLOW UP

Joan Melendez Munoz (Australia)

22 - EARLY ONSET AND CONSISTENT RESPONSE OF ONABOTULINUMTOXINA TREATMENT WITH SIGNIFICANT RESOLUTION OF URINARY SYMPTOMS IN FEMALE OVERACTIVE BLADDER PATIENTS WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE IN A MULTICENTER, RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, PHASE 4 TRIAL

Jennifer Gruenenfelder (USA)

23 - VALUE BASED HEALTHCARE: THE EFFECT OF BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) ON SUCCESS AND COMPLICATIONS OF 12,000 MID URETHRAL SLINGS (MUS)

Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)

24 - THE ECONOMIC BURDEN OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER IN THE UNITED STATES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Lauren Stewart (Canada)

25 - ARE THE SAME TAPES REALLY THE SAME? - ULTRASOUND STUDY OF LASER CUT AND MECHANICALLY CUT TVT-O POST-OPERATIVE BEHAVIOR

Zdenek Rusavy (Czech Republic)

26 - THREE-MONTH EFFICACY AND TWELVE-MONTH TREATMENT ARM RESULTS FROM THE SUCCESS STUDY OF AN INTRAVESICAL BALLOON TO TREAT FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE (SUI)

Harvey Winkler (USA)

27 - THE LONG TERM EFFECTS OF BARIATRIC SURGERY ON FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE

Breffini Anglim (Ireland)

28 - AN ANALYSIS OF 10,500 MID URETHRAL SLINGS (MUS) AND THE IMPACT OF PRE-OPERATIVE URODYNAMIC STUDIES

Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)

29 - PERSISTENCE IN THE TREATMENT OF OAB WITH MIRABEGRON IN A MULTICENTRE CLINICAL STUDY

Alois Martan (Czech Republic)


09:30 a.m. - 09:45 a.m.

2018 Annual Meeting Presentation

Location: East Exhibition Hall A

09:45 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

State of the Art Lecture

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: David Quinlan (Canada) & Steven Swift (USA)

What is the Moral of the Mesh Story?

Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada)


10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Podium Session 5 - Prolapse

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Sylvia Botros-Brey (USA) & Anna Rosamilia (Australia)

30 - INSTRUMENTAL DELIVERY AND THE RISK OF AVULSION: A META- ANALYSIS

Talia Friedman (Australia)

31 - USE OF MESH IN WOMEN HAVING REPEAT PROLAPSE SURGERY: RESULTS FROM PROSPECT, A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Bob Freeman (United Kingdom)

33 - 4 YEAR OUTCOMES OF FOLLOW UP OF EXTRAPERITONEAL UTEROSACRAL VAULT SUSPENSION WITH MESH VERSUS SACROCOLPOPEXY FOR TREATMENT OF VAULT PROLAPSE - A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Lin Li Ow (Australia)

34 - A DOUBLE-BLIND, NON-INFERIORITY RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF TRANSVAGINAL PROCEDURES FOR THE REPAIR OF A RECTOCELE

Etienne Henn (South Africa)

35 - THE MANCHESTER-FOTHERGILL PROCEDURE VERSUS VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF UTERINE PROLAPSE: AN ACTIVITY BASED COSTING ANALYSIS

Karen Ruben Husby (Denmark)

36 - EAS DEFECT SIZE: DOES IT MATTER?

Nishamini Subramaniam (Australia)

12:10 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - Vaginal Oestrogens after Breast Cancer

Kelsey Mills (Canada)


11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Podium Session 6 - Basic Science

Location: East Ballroom B
Moderators: May Alarab (Canada) & Tony Bazi (Lebanon)

37 - AGE, MENOPAUSAL STATUS AND THE BLADDER MICROBIOME

Natasha Curtiss (United Kingdom)

38 - EFFECT OF MULTIPLE DELIVERIES ON BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PELVIC ORGAN TISSUES

Pedro Martins (Portugal)

39 - PROTEOMIC AND BIOINFORMATIC ANALYSIS OF UROTHELIUM IN OVERACTIVE RAT MODELS

Jong Mok Park (Korea)

41 - SERUM PROTEIN PATTERN IN FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Marianne Koch (Austria)

42 - COMPARABLE VAGINAL WALL BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES FOLLOWING ELECTROSPUN POLYCARBONATE- UREIDOPYRIMIDONE MESH IMPLANTATION AND SIMULATED NATIVE TISSUE REPAIR IN SHEEP

Lucie Hympanova (Belgium)

43 - GENE EXPRESSION, FIBRONECTIN AND SCARRING PATTERNS IN HUMAN FIBROBLASTS IN RESPONSE TO MESH AND CATHETER MATERIALS USING A NOVEL 3D COLLAGEN MODEL

Lynn Stothers (Canada)

44 - C-RGD BIOACTIVATION MODERATES THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO UPY-POLYCARBONATE ELECTROSSPUN MESH IN RAT

Lucie Hympanova (Belgium)

45 - INVESTIGATING INFLAMMATORY CHANGES IN HUMAN DIABETIC BLADDER DYSFUNCTION

Gans Thiagamoorthy (United Kingdom)


Afternoon

12:30 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Lunch

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

12:45 p.m. - 01:15 p.m.

E-Poster Session 5 - Prolapse

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Maria Bortolini (Brazil) & Marianne Koch (Austria)

237 - OPEN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING TO DEFINE THE AFFECT OF POSTURE ON THE PELVIC FLOOR IN ASSESSMENT OF PROLAPSE; REFERENCE LINES AND 3D PELVIC RECONSTRUCTIONS

Marwa Abdulaziz (Canada)

238 - THE QUALITY OF REPORTING OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN CHINA

Haojie He (China)

239 - IN-VIVO PSEUDO-COMPLIANCE MEASUREMENT USING TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND IMAGES

Susanne Housmans (Belgium)

240 - INVESTIGATING THE MECHANISM OF CONTINENCE AFTER POSTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY: A STUDY WITH URETHRAL PRESSURE REFLECTOMETRY.

Niels Klarskov (Denmark)

241 - ANALYSIS OF THE ABILITY OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN THE EVALUATION OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Marair Sartori (Brazil)

242 - PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS IN A COHORT OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY AND ANTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Ryan Joseph Lirazan (Philippines)

243 - HYSTERECTOMY OR UPHOLD UTERINE CONSERVATION IN WOMEN WITH APICAL PROLAPSE: S PARALLEL COHORT STUDY OF 6 MONTHS

Natharnia Young (Australia)

245 - TRANSLATION AND VALIDATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION ON INCONTINENCE QUESTIONNAIRE-VAGINAL SYMPTOMS (ICIQ-VS) IN DANISH

Louise Arenholt (Denmark)


12:45 p.m. - 01:15 p.m.

E-Poster Session 6 – Incontinence Assessment

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Svjetlana Lozo (USA) & Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

246 - UNDER PRESSURE TO ESTABLISH THE DIAGNOSIS

George Araklitis (United Kingdom)

247 - REVISITING EARLY LEAK DURING URODYNAMICS: IS IT PREDICTIVE OF FAILURE IN THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE?

Laura Martin (USA)

248 - PREVALENCE OF URINARY INCONTINENCE SYMPTOMS: LOOKING BEYOND STRESS & URGENCY URINARY INCONTINENCE

Carolyn Botros (USA)

249 - SONOGRAPHIC SLING POSITION AND CURE RATE 10-YEARS AFTER TVT-O PROCEDURE

Ayman Tammaa (Austria)

250 - WHY DO WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE USE PADS? A STUDY OF RISK FACTORS AND URODYNAMIC FINDINGS

Mohamed Elhodaiby (United Kingdom)

251 - HOW ACCURATE ARE WE IN URETHRAL MOBILITY ASSESSMENT? - SUBJECTIVE VS OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT

Kamil Svabik (Czech Republic)

252 - CAN WE REPLACE THE CATHETER WHEN EVALUATING URINARY RESIDUALS?

George Araklitis (United Kingdom)

253 - URINARY INCONTINENCE SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN WITH ANTERIOR PROLAPSE: DOES THE ASSOCIATED APICAL PROLAPSE MATTER?

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

254 - RISK FACTORS FOR POSITIVE URINE CULTURE PRIOR TO REFERRAL TO UROGYNECOLOGY CLINIC

Renee Rolston (USA)

255 - ESTABLISHING RADIATION RISKS FOR VIDEOCYSTOURETHROGRAPHY

Angela Rantell (United Kingdom)


12:45 p.m. - 01:15 p.m.

E-Poster Session 7 - Surgical Complications

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Debjyoti Karmakar (Australia) & Philip Toozs-Hobson (United Kingdom)

256 - COMPLICATIONS OF SLING SURGERY FOR SUI AMONG FEMALE MILITARY BENEFICIARIES.

Joy Greer (USA)

257 - THE EXPERIENCES OF TRANSURETHRAL ENDOSCOPIC EXCISION OF ERODED MESH USING HOLMIUM LASER CONSIDERING THE DEPTH OF EXCISION

Jeong Hwan Son (Korea)

258 - INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE THE RISK OF VAGINAL VAULT HAEMATOMAS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Suneetha Rachaneni (United Kingdom)

259 - LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR AN EVIDENCE INFORMED ALGORITHM FOR MESH COMPLICATIONS

Geoffrey Cundiff (Canada)

261 - EARLY COMPLICATIONS OF AN ULTRA LIGHT WEIGHT TRANSVAGINAL MESH

Philippe Ferry (France)

262 - UTEROSACRAL VAULT SUSPENSION AT TIME OF HYSTERCTOMY: COMPARISON OF LAPAROSCOPIC VS. VAGINAL APPROACH ON SURGICAL CASE TIME, LENGTH OF STAY AFTER SURGERY, AND POST-OPERATIVE URINARY RETENTION RATES.

Sara Houlihan (Canada)

263 - EARLY VOIDING DYSFUNCTION AFTER MID-URETHRAL SLING: COMPARISON OF TWO MANAGEMENT APPROACHES

Erin Brennand (Canada)

264 - COMPLICATION RATE ON THE LEARNING CURVE OF LAPAROSCOPIC SACRAL (HYSTERO-)COLPOPEXY

Mija Blaganje (Slovenia)

265 - NON-INVASIVE METHOD TO DIAGNOSE, WITHOUT MATERIAL RESOURCES, HIGH POST VOID RESIDUAL URINE VOLUME AFTER PROLAPSE OR INCONTINENCE SURGERY

Maria Alcoba (Argentina)


12:45 p.m. - 01:15 p.m.

E-Poster Session 8 - Pregnancy and Childbirth

Location: East Exhibition Hall B
Moderators: Hans Peter Dietz (Australia) & Jerome Melon (Australia)

266 - DOES HYSTERECTOMY ALTER PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE FUNCTION?

Nishamini Subramaniam (Australia)

267 - IS LIGAMENTOUS LAXITY PREDICTIVE OF OBSTETRICAL ANAL SPHINCTER INJURY IN TERM PREGNANT WOMEN?

Betrand Gachon (France)

268 - QUANTITATIVE OPTICAL MEASUREMENT OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE FUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH NEUROGENIC BLADDER USING NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

Emily Deegan (Canada)

269 - TO COMPARE THE INCIDENCE, RISK FACTORS, AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER CESAREAN SECTION AND VAGINAL DELIVERY- A CHORT STUDY

Ching-Chung Liang (Taiwan)

270 - COMPARATIVE ROLES OF DIFFERENT PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES BASELINE ACTIVITIES IN FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Jenn-Ming Yang (Taiwan)

271 - IN VIVO ASSESSMENT OF LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE ELASTIC PROPERTIES. PRELIMINARY RESULTS.

Betrand Gachon (France)

272 - RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRESENCE OF VAGINAL WINDS IN WOMEN FROM A CHILEAN HOSPITAL

Henry Castro (Chile)

274 - PREVALENCE OF PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTIONS IN PRIMIPAROUS 12 TO 24 MONTHS AFTER VAGINAL DELIVERY

Glaucia Pereira (Brazil)

275 - ULTRASSONOGRAPHIC FINDINGS OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES FROM LATE POSTPARTUM WOMEN: COMPARISON BETWEEN WOMEN THAT UNDERWENT CESAREAN AND VAGINAL DELIVERIES

Mariana Rosique (Brazil)


01:15 p.m. - 02:45 p.m.

IUGA Business Meeting (members only)

Location: East Exhibition Hall A

03:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.

Panel Discussion: Birth Trauma, A Necessary Evil?

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Momoe Hyakutak (Canada) & Abdul Sultan (United Kingdom)

Epidemiology

Victoria Handa (USA)

Primary Prevention

Colin Birch (Canada)

Secondary Prevention

Chantale Dumoulin (Canada)

Midwifery Perspective

Jennifer Kruger (New Zealand)


04:00 p.m. - 04:30 p.m.

Coffee Break

Location: East Exhibition Hall B

04:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 6 - Voiding Dysfunction

Location: East Exhibition Hall A
Moderators: Jorge M. Haddad (Brazil) & Engelbert Hanzal (Austria)

136 - DOES SPINAL ANESTHESIA FOR OUTPATIENT UROGYNECOLOGIC SURGERY INCREASE RATES OF URINARY RETENTION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Alas Alexandriah (USA)

137 - FUNCTIONALITY OF TELEMEDICINE PLATFORM IN FEMALES WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY TO MANAGE NEUROGENIC BLADDER AND PREVENT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS

Emily Deegan (Canada)

138 - EVALUATION OF DETRUSOR OXYGENATION IN PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME/INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS

Karla Rebullar (Canada)

139 - VOIDING DYSFUNCTIONS AFTER MIDURETRHAL SLING PLACEMENT IN A LARGE DATASET COHORT

Trinidad Raby (Chile)

140 - THE SAFETY OF TENS ON CERVICAL CANCER PATIENTS

Xiuli Sun (China)

141 - INCIDENCE OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS IN WOMEN WITH POST OPERATIVE VOIDING DYSFUNCTION

Bernadette Brown (Australia)

142 - IS METABOLIC SYNDROME INFLUENCING FACTOR IN FEMALE LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS?

Hana Yoon (Korea)

05:10 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - MUT/Sling Update: Is there a need to revisit the Transobturator Tape/Sling

Wael Agur (United Kingdom)


04:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Podium Session 7 / Oral Poster Session 7 - Translational Science

Location: East Ballroom B
Moderators: Marie-Andrée Harvey (Canada) & Halina Zyczynski (USA)

46 - AUTOLOGOUS MUSCLE DERIVED CELLS FOR URINARY SPHINCTER REPAIR IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF SINGLE AND MULTIPLE TREATMENT MODALITIES

Magali Robert (Canada)

47 - REAL-TIME CHANGES IN BRAIN ACTIVITY DURING SACRAL NEUROMODULATION FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER

Javier Pizarro Berdichevsky (Chile)

48 - CULTURE INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS OF RECURRENT BACTERIAL CYSTITIS IN PATIENTS WITH REFRACTORY DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY

Zhuoran Chen (Australia)

143 -URINE DERIVED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS FROM PATIENTS WITH STRESS URINE INCONTINENCE: A SOURCE FOR DERIVATION OF AUTOLOGOUS FIBROBLASTS FOR TREATMENT OF PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS (PILOT PROJECT)

Mark Kibschull (Canada)

145 - THE CO-CULTURE OF ADIPOSE DERIVED STEM CELLS DIFFERENTIATED SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS AND FIBROBLASTS ON A SILK FIBROIN SCAFFOLD: A PRIMARY RESEARCH ON THE PROLIFERATION AND MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Yue Chang (China)

146 - THE EXPRESSION OF MAJOR ECM PROTEINS-COLLAGEN AND ELASTIN-IS ENHANCED BY LOCAL ESTROGEN THERAPY IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH SEVERE POP

Oksana Shynlova (Canada)


04:30 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 8 - Urinary Incontinence and Anorectal Dysfunction

Location: East Ballroom A
Moderators: Hans Peter Dietz (Australia) & Wolfgang Umek (Austria)

04:30 p.m. - 04:50 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - Update on Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction

Lynn Stothers (Canada)

147 - REVIEW OF CLINICAL PRACTICE AFTER INTRODUCTION OF RISK REDUCING STRATEGIES TO PREVENT OASIS

Nicola Boyd (New Zealand)

148 - GENITAL HIATUS AND PERINEAL BODY MEASURES: CORRELATION WITH DEFECATORY SYMPTOMS

Camila Vasconcelos (Brazil)

149 - INTERVIEW-BASED OR SELF-ADMINISTERED ST. MARK'S INCONTINENCE SCORE, - IS THERE A DIFFERENCE?

Hege Johannessen (Norway)

150 - 3C OR NOT TO SEE? SHOULD CONSULTANT PRESENCE BE MANDATORY FOR ALL OBSTETRIC ANAL SPHINCTER INJURIES INVOLVING THE INTERNAL ANAL SPHINCTER?

Ka Woon Wong (United Kingdom)

151 - DOES THE PRESENCE OF A TRUE RECTOCELE INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD OF SYMPTOMS OF PROLAPSE?

Bernadette Brown (Australia)

152 - PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF THE INCIDENCE OF OASIS BETWEEN A WESTERN AND ASIAN HOSPITAL USING A SINGLE EXAMINER

Lucy Bates (Australia)

153 - FINITE ELEMENT MODEL FOCUSED ON STRESS DISTRIBUTION IN THE LEVATOR ANI DURING VAGINAL DELIVERY IN THE PERSISTENCE OF AN INITIAL OCCIPUT POSTERIOR POSITION.

Iva Urbankova (Czech Republic)


Evening

07:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m.

Meeting/Gala Dinner

Location: Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Morning

07:00 a.m. - 07:45 a.m.

Morning Yoga: Using Mindfulness, Breath, and Gentle Movement for Pain Management

Location: East Meeting Room 11-12

Shelly Prosko (Canada)


08:00 a.m. - 09:30 a.m.

Podium Session 8 - Surgical Complications and Anatomy

Location: East Ballroom A
Moderators: G. Willy Davila (USA) & Jane Schulz (Canada)

49 - REPORT OF COMPLICATIONS IN PELVIC FLOOR SURGERY WITH NATIVE TISSUE, USING INTERNATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL CONTINENCE SOCIETY (IUGA/ICS) CLASSIFICATION SCALE. 10. 8 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.

Carlos Diaz (Colombia)

50 - POST OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS RATES BASED ON VAGINAL APPROACH FOR PROLAPSE: RESULTS FROM THE NATIONAL SURGICAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (SNQIP) DATABASE

Kate Smith (Canada)

51 - REPORT OF COMPLICATIONS WITH VAGINAL POLYPROPYLENE MESH FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE REPAIR, USING INTERNATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL CONTINENCE SOCIETY (IUGA/ICS) CLASSIFICATION SCALE. 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN A UNIVERSITY HO

Carlos Diaz (Colombia)

52 - PROPHYLACTIC ANTIBIOTIC USAGE AND PREDICTORS OF SURGICAL SITE INFECTION IN CLASS I GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY

Mary Rieger (USA)

53 - IS PRE-OPERATIVE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE WEAKNESS A PREDICTOR OF SURGICAL FAILURE OF ANTERIOR VAGINAL PROLAPSE REPAIRS?

Jeffrey Schachar (USA)

54 - PELVIC FLOOR AND ABDOMINAL MUSCLE CROSS-TALKING IN WOMEN: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Giovana Vesentini (Brazil)

55 - NATIONAL COMPLICATION RATE OF VESICOVAGINAL FISTULAS IN THE US

Danita Akingba (USA)


09:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Debate: Blinded by or Seeing the Light – Laser is the Best Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy

Location: East Ballroom A
Moderators: Linda Cardozo (United Kingdom) & Jane Schulz (Canada)

Lasers

Oscar Aguirre (USA) & Adrian Gaspar (Argentina)

Vaginal Oestrogens

Timothy Hillard (United Kingdom) & Shawna Johnston (Canada)


10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Coffee Break

Location: Foyer

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 9 - Prolapse

Location: East Ballroom A
Moderators: Tsia-Shu Lo (Taiwan) & Roy Ng (Singapore)

154 - DOES LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE INJURY AFFECT THE EFFICACY OF VAGINAL PESSARY IN WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Rachel Yau Kar Cheung (Hong Kong)

156 - PREDICTORS FOR DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE VAGINAL PELVIC RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

Rami Ibrahim (Jordan)

157 - MAXIMIZING THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF ROBOTIC-ASSISTED SACROCOLPOPEXY THROUGH OPERATING ROOM COST CONTAINMENT INITIATIVES

Briana Walton (USA)

158 - WHAT ARE PATIENT GOALS AFTER AN ANTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY OPERATION?

Karin Glavind (Denmark)

159 - PROSPECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF ROBOTIC ASSISTED SACROCOLPOPEXY FOR THE TREATMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE; A EUROPEAN BI-CENTRE COHORT (PARSEC).

Femke van Zanten (The Netherlands)

160 - SACROSPINOUS LIGAMENT FIXATION FOR HYSTEROPEXY: DOES CONCOMITANT ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR FIXATION IMPROVE SURGICAL OUTCOME?

Tsia-Shu Lo (Taiwan)

161 - PREDICTORS OF RING PESSARY SUCCESS

Hans Peter Dietz (Australia)

162 - INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PELVIC ORGAN PROTRUSION, LEVATOR ANI DESCENT, AND HIATAL ENLARGEMENT IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT PROLAPSE

Anne Sammarco (USA)

163 - REPORT OF COMPLICATIONS WITH SUBURETHRAL SLINGS USING INTERNATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION AND INTERNATIONAL CONTINENCE SOCIETY (IUGA/ICS) CLASSIFICATION SCALE. 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.

Carlos Diaz (Colombia)

12:10 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Mini State of the Art - Is there an Association between POP and OAB?

Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)


11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 10 - Sexual Function and Pelvic Pain

Location: East Ballroom B
Moderators: Claudia Brown (Canada) & Luiz Gustavo Oliveira Brito (Brazil)

164 - VAGINAL ATROPHY TREATMENT USING MICROABLATIVE FRACTIONAL CARBON DIOXIDE LASER: A RANDOMIZED PATIENT AND EVALUATOR-BLINDED SHAM-CONTROLLED TRIAL, AN INTERRIM ANALYSIS

Purim Ruanphoo (Thailand)

165 - A POPULATION-BASED EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN MAINLAND CHINA: PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS

Lan Zhu (China)

166 - BODY-IMAGE AND PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN A BRAZILIAN POPULATION: VALIDATION OF THE BIPOP QUESTIONNAIRE AND CORRELATION WITH ATRACTIVENESS AND SEXUAL FUNCTION SCORES

Mariana Rosique (Brazil)

167 - VULVODYNIA SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON DRUG TREATMENT

Glaucia Pereira (Brazil)

168 - VAGINAL LAXITY - PREVALENCE, IMPACT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN ATTENDING A UROGYNAECOLOGY CLINIC.

Patrick Campbell (United Kingdom)

169 - INTERNAL CONSISTENCY AND RELIABILITY OF THE POLISH VERSION OF THE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE/INCONTINENCE SEXUAL QUESTIONNAIRE, IUGA-REVISED (PISQ-IR)

Magdalena Grzybowska (Poland)

170 - INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: SURVEY WITH GYNECOLOGISTS AND OBSTETRICIANS IN BRAZIL

Glaucia Pereira (Brazil)

171 - A PROSPECTIVE MULTICENTRE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF QUALITY OF LIFE AND SEXUAL SATISFACTION COMPARING CLINICIAN ASSISTED PELVIC FLOOR EXERCISES WITH PERICOACH ASSISTED PELVIC FLOOR EXERCISES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINEN

Peter Castillo (USA)

172 - COEXISTENCE OF BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME AND ENDOMETRIOSIS IN WOMEN WITH CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN

Angamuthu Arunkalaivanan (Australia)

173 - RISK FACTOR AFFECTING RECURRENCE OF CYSTITIS AFTER UROVAXOM TREATMENT FOR FEMALE PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT CYSTITIS

Ji-Yeon Han (Korea)

174 - REFRACTORY PUDENDAL PAIN AND PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION CAUSED BY INTRAPELVIC NERVE ENTRAPMENTS - A REVIEW OF 50 CONSECUTIVE CASES

Nucelio Lemos (Canada)

175 - OSTEOPATHIC INTRAVAGINAL TREATMENT IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH LOW BACK PAIN

Anja Wiesner (Germany)


11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Oral Poster Session 11 - Incontinence - Treatment

Location: East Ballroom C
Moderators: Aswini Balachandran (United Kingdom) & Douglas Tincello (United Kingdom)

11:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Mini State of the Art - The Dilemma of Mixed Incontinence

Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

176 - SURGERY FOR RECURRENT STRESS INCONTINENCE IN THE UK 2007-2015

Douglas Tincello (United Kingdom)

177 - MIND OVER MATTER: TREATING INCONTINENCE WITH COMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTION

Heidi Brown (USA)

178 - CYSTODISTENSION AS A TREATMENT FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER - RESULTS OF AN RCT

Aswini Balachandran (United Kingdom)

179 - LOW INCIDENCE OF CLEAN INTERMITTENT CATHETERIZATION WITH ONABOTULINUMTOXINA IN DIVERSE AGE GROUPS OF FEMALE PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER AND CORRESPONDING IMPROVEMENTS IN URINARY SYMPTOMS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN A POOLED POST HOC ANALYSIS OF PHAS

Dudley Robinson (United Kingdom)

180 - SLING OUTCOMES IN DIABETIC AND NON-DIABETIC WOMEN: DO DIFFERENCES EXIST? A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE TOMUS DATA

Heidi Brown (USA)

181 - ASSESSING QUALITY OF LIFE AND PERSISTENCE IN PATIENTS PRESCRIBED MIRABEGRON IN ROUTINE CLINICAL PRACTICE; RESULTS FROM A PAN-EUROPEAN NON-INTERVENTIONAL STUDY

Bob Freeman (United Kingdom)

182 - THE ANTICHOLINERGIC BURDEN OF WOMEN REFERRED TO UROGYNAECOLOGY

Natasha Curtiss (United Kingdom)

183 - EFFECTS OF BLADDER TRAINING AND BEHAVIOURIAL INTERVENTION IN FEMALE PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYNDROMEA RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL AT AKU

Raheela Rizvi (Pakistan)


12:30 p.m. - 01:00 p.m.

Closing Remarks

Location: East Ballroom A

Non-Moderated E-Posters and video's

Non-Moderated E-Posters and Videos

12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.

Non-Moderated E-Posters and Videos

301 - ADHERENCE AND FOLLOW-UP TO PESSARY USING EDUCATIONAL VIDEO: PROSPECTIVE COURT

Camila Vasconcelos (Brazil)

302 - WHAT ARE THE CLINICAL FACTORS THAT ARE PREDICTIVE OF PERSISTENT PESSARY USE AT 12 MONTHS?

Michelle Chan (Canada)

303 - THE SAFETY, OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE OUTCOME OF LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY WITHOUT RETROPERITONEALISATION OF MESH: A LONG TERM COHORT STUDY

Wenche Klerkx (The Netherlands)

304 - PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE FUNCTION BEFORE AND AFTER PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGERY: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

Luiz Gustavo Oliveira Brito (Brazil)

305 - FOUR YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH USAGE OF LOCAL ANESTHESIA FOR VAGINAL RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS

Jaromir Vlacil (Czech Republic)

306 - LEVATOR AVULSION: HOW LIKELY IS A FALSE POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS?

Hans Peter Dietz (Australia)

307 - A SURVEY OF PATIENT FACTORS IMPACTING ACQUISITION OF HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS

Alexandra Bain (Canada)

308 - DROP OFF THE CURTAIN: IS OVERWEIGHT OR OBESITY REALLY IMPORTANT RISK FACTOR OF SYMPTOMATIC PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE?

Balint Farkas (Hungary)

309 - OUTCOME OF WOMEN WHO RECEIVED LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Symphorosa Chan Shing Chee (Hong Kong)

310 - PREVALENCE OF LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE AVULSION IN WOMEN PRESENTING FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE PREVALENCE OF LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE AVULSION IN WOMEN PRESENTING FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Chun Hung Yu (Hong Kong)

311 - ANATOMICAL OUTCOMES COMPARED BETWEEN OPEN AND LAPAROCOPIC SACRAL COLPOPEXY AT 24 MONTHS FOLLOW UP

Carlos Rondini (Chile)

312 - PREVALECE AND RISK FACTORS FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN WOMEN FROM A RIVERSIDE AND URBAN REGIONS OF BRAZILIAN AMAZON: COMPARATIVE STUDY

Aljerry Rego (Brazil)

313 - LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF ANTERIOR VAGINAL REPAIR: A COMPARISON AMONG COLPORRHAPHY, COLPORRHAPHY WITH REINFORCEMENT BY XENOGRAFT, AND MESH FOLLOW-UP OF ANTERIOR VAGINAL REPAIR: A COMPARISON AMONG COLPORRHAPHY, COLPORRHAPHY WITH REINFORCEMENT BY XENOGRA

Matteo Balzarro (Italy)

314 - COMPARISON OF LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE DAMAGE IN PATIENTS WITH CLINICALLY SIGNFICANT PREDOMINANT ANTERIOR COMPARTMENT PROLAPSE AND POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT PROLAPSE

Aparna Hegde (India)

315 - MEDIUM-TERM COMPARISON OF UTERINE SPARING VERSUS HYSTERECTOMY IN PELVIC RECONSTRUCTION TREATED WITH ELEVATED SYSTEM MESH

Kuan-Hui Huang (Taiwan)

316 - RISK FACTORS FOR ANATOMIC FAILURE AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC OR ABDOMINAL SACRAL COLPOPEXY

Renee Rolston (USA)

317 - MORBIDITY OF PATIENTS WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN TREATMENT WITH VAGINAL PESSARIES

Blanca Munoz (Mexico)

318 - PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF 18-MONTH EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF THE ELEVATE AND CALISTAR ANTERIOR MESH PROCEDURES

Artur Rogowski (Poland)

319 - ATTITUDES TOWARDS PESSARY USE AMONG THAI WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Suvit Bunyavejchevin (Thailand)

320 - LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY VERSUS TRANSVAGINAL APPROACH USING UPHOLD MESH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Fei-Chi Chuang (Taiwan)

321 - DOES ANTI-INCONTINENCE SURGERY AFFECT URINARY INCONTINENCE-SPECIFIC QUALITY OF LIFE IN PROLAPSE PATIENTS AFTER TRANS-VAGINAL MESH SURGERY?

Manami Kinjo (Japan)

322 - IS THE HIGH UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT SUSPENSION SUBSEQUENT TO VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY SUPERIOR TO A SIMPLIFIED MCCALL PROCEDURE IN PATIENTS WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE?

Rogier Litjens (The Netherlands)

323 - SELF RETAINING SUPPORT IMPLANT - NEW IMPLANT FOR THE TREATMENT OF ANTERIOR AND APICAL COMPARTMENTS PROLAPSE.

Gil Levy (Israel)

324 - TREATMENT OF APICAL PROLAPSE COMPARING THE BILATERAL SACROSPINOUS FIXATION WITH A SUTURE CAPTURE DEVICE

Edna Cortes (Mexico)

325 - COUGH, STRAIN, OR VALSALVA? WHO CARES?

Dina El-Hamamsy (United Kingdom)

326 - 5-YEAR OUTCOME FOLLOWING POSTERIOR PROLAPSE REPAIR WITH A MONOFILAMENT POLYPROPYLENE IMPLANT

Iva Urbankova (Czech Republic)

327 - LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS ASSESSMENT BEFORE AND AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY

chikako kato (Japan)

328 - SINGLE-INCISION MESH REPAIR VERSUS NATIVE TISSUE REPAIR FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Anna Padoa (Israel)

329 - DAILY USED CUBE PESSARIES IN WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: FITTING, INFLUENCE ON PELVIC FLOOR FUNCTION

Grzegorz Surkont (Poland)

331 - CONSERVATIVE CARE AND OUTPATIENT MESH EXPOSURE EXCISION AFTER TRANSVAGINAL MESH PROLAPSE REPAIR

Chutimon Asumpinwong (Thailand)

332 - LAPAROSCOPIC SACRALCOLPOPEXY VERSUS PERMANENT SUTURE FOR VAGINAL APICAL REPAIR: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY OF ANATOMICAL RESULTS

Julio Alvarez (Chile)

334 - FDA WARNINGS: THE IMPACT ON THE USE OF MESH KITS IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

Harvard Lin (Singapore)

335 - SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES OF TRANSVAGINAL MINIMAL MESH REPAIR FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Yu Wei Chang (Taiwan)

336 - APICAL SUPPORT AT THE TIME OF ANTERIOR PROLAPSE REPAIR

Pablo Sobarzo (Chile)

337 - ORIGINAL FLOW CHART FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF HYDROURETERONEPHROSIS AFTER PESSARY PLACEMENT

Matteo Balzarro (Italy)

338 - CERVICAL PRESERVATION COULD AVOID MESH EXTRUSION IN LAPAROSCOPIC SACROPEXY PROCEDURE

Ling Wu (Taiwan)

339 - SHORT TERM OUTCOMES OF THE MINIMAL MESH TVM FOR THE TREATMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Naoko Takazawa (Japan)

340 - ELASTIN GENETIC POINT MUTATION AND THE RISK FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Ido Feferkorn (Israel)

341 - TRANSVAGINAL MESH REPAIR OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Robert Molnar (Israel)

342 - RISK FACTORS FOR MESH EXPOSURE AFTER TRANSVAGINAL MESH SURGERY

Ke Niu (China)

343 - VAGINECTOMY WITH CONCOMITANT VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY: A PREFERABLE RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURE FOR ADVANCED STAGE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Pattaya Hengrasmee (Thailand)

344 - SAFETY AND OUTCOME OF SACROSPINOUS LIGAMENT FIXATION WITH ANTERIOR VAGINAL MESH COMPARED TO APICAL VAGINAL MESH

Marta Ledesma (Argentina)

345 - CLINICAL OUTCOME OF RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY WITH ANTERIOR VAGINAL MESH AND UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT COLPOPEXY FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Aki Takase (Japan)

346 - THE CLINICAL EFFICACY OF BIOLOGIC MESH AND SYNTHETIC MESH FOR PELVIC FLOOR RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

Tingting Cao (China)

347 - QUALITY OF LIFE AND VAGINAL SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE USING PESSARIES: PROSPECTIVE STUDY

Cassia Juliato (Brazil)

348 - ASSESSMENT OF VAULT PROLAPSE, IS VALSALVA GOOD ENOUGH?

Sophie Bennenbroek (The Netherlands)

349 - SAFETY, EFFICACY, CONTROVERSIES AND CHALLENGES IN VAGINAL MESH REPAIR IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Rajeev Singh (New Zealand)

350 - LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF SACROSPINOUS COLPOPEXY AND SACROSPINOUS HYSTERECTOMY FOR TREATING FEMALE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Gin-Den Chen (Taiwan)

351 - COMPARISONS OF THE COMPLCAIONS IN BETWEEN WOMEN WTH UTERINE PROLAPSE WHO UNDERWENT TOTAL VAGIAL HYSTERECTOMY ONLY AND TRANSVAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY WITH ANTEIOR AND POSTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY

Seung Joo Chon (Korea)

352 - CLINICAL APPLICATION OF BIOLOGICAL PATCH IN FEMALE PELVIC FLOOR REPAIR

Xianghua Liang (China)

353 - PESSARY USE IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN WOMEN

Carlos Rondini (Chile)

354 - THIS LITTLE PIGGY'S ON THE MARKET

George Araklitis (United Kingdom)

355 - FASCIA OR MESH ? 20 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE IN RETROPUBIC SUB-URETHRAL SLING SURGERY FOR FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: COMPARISON BETWEEN AUTOLOGOUS FASCIA AND PROLENE MESH

Teng-Lung Lin (Taiwan)

356 - A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF TRANSOBTURATOR TAPE’S OUTCOME IN LONG- TERM: SINGLE SURGEON EXPERIENCE OF 152 CONSECUTIVE CASES

Marilene Vale Monteiro (Brazil)

357 - URINARY NGF IN OAB AFTER ANTIMUSCARINICS TREATMENTS

Hana Yoon (Korea)

358 - IS NON PHARMACOLOGIC MANAGEMENT OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER UNDERUTILIZED?. RESULTS OF A SURVEY OF PHYSICIANS IN LEBANON.

Aya Itani (Lebanon)

359 - CLASSIC TRANSOBTURATOR TAPE PLACEMENT VERSUS INTRAOPERATIVE SLING TENSION ADJUSTMENT: EIGHT YEARS FOLLOW UP

Francisco Kaplan (Chile)

360 - A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BURCH COLPOSUSPENSION AND TRANSOBTURATOR VAGINAL TAPE PROCEDURE IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Jai Sharma (India)

361 - IS REPEAT TRANSOBTURATOR MID URETHRAL SLING FEASIBLE FOR RECURRENT OR PERSISTENT STRESS INCONTINENCE?

Jeong Hwan Son (Korea)

362 - RETROPUBIC VERSUS TRANSOBTURATOR MID URETHRAL SLING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE OVERACTIVE BLADDER COMPONENT OF MIXED URINARY INCONTINENCE: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY

Carlos Rondini (Chile)

363 - OUTCOMES OF SUB URETHRAL SLINGS FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN THE OBESE POPULATION

Hemikaa Devakumar (USA)

364 - URINARY LEAKAGE DURING EXERCISE: PROBLEMATIC ACTIVITIES, ADAPTIVE BEHAVIORS AND INTEREST IN TREATMENT FOR PHYSICALLY ACTIVE CANADIAN WOMEN

Erin Brennand (Canada)

365 - SLING SURGERY WITH CONCOMITANT ANTERIOR REPAIR PERFORMED THROUGH THE SAME INCISION: IS THERE AN IMPACT ON SLING LOCATION?

Aparna Hegde (India)

366 - DOES SEVERITY OF OAB AFFECT THE OUTCOME OF CONSERVATIVE THERAPY?

Aneta Obloza (United Kingdom)

367 - QOL AND OBJECTIVE OUTCOME IN WOMEN WITH TAPE DIVISION AFTER SURGERY FOR SUI

Daniela Ulrich (Austria)

368 - QUALITY OF INFORMATION ON THE INTERNET RELATED TO OVERACTIVE BLADDER: AN ANALYSIS OF QUALITY AND READABILITY OF PATIENT-TARGETED WEBSITES.

Aisling Clancy (Canada)

369 - CAN THE ANTERIOR VAGINAL WALL REPAIR SURGERY INFLUENCE THE RESULTS OF MIDDLE URETHRAL SLING? LONG-TERM RESULTS AFTER 7 YEARS FOLLOW-UP

Matteo Balzarro (Italy)

370 - INFLUENCE OF BARIATRIC AND METABOLIC SURGERY ON URINARY INCONTINENCE AMONG JAPANESE FEMALE PATIENTS

Akiko Fujisaki (Japan)

371 - ERBIUM-YAG LASER: OUR 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE FOR TREATMENT PELVIC FLOOR DISFUNCTION

Inna Apolikhina (Russia)

372 - USE OF UROFLOW PARAMETERS AS ANTIMUSCARINIC TREATMENT MONITORING IN OAB PATIENTS - PRELIMINARY REPORT OF MULTICENTER STUDY

Konrad Futyma (Poland)

373 - RENAL TUBERCULOSIS: AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF URINARY SYMPTOMS IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS

Sangeeta Sharma (India)

374 - THE EFFECT OF TENS ON POSTOPERATIVE URINARY FUNCTION IN EARLY CERVICAL CANCER

Wenjin Cheng (China)

375 - BULKAMID®: SHOULD WE BULK-A-LOT?

Ka Woon Wong (United Kingdom)

376 - IS REMEEX® SYSTEM SAFE AND EFFECTIVE IN OLD STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE PATIENTS?

Hyo Serk Lee (Korea)

377 - TENDENCY OF BODY COMPOSITION COMPONENTS BY HIGH-PRECISION BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS IN JAPANESE FEMALE PELVIC FLOOR DISEASE

Hitomi Sasaki (Japan)

378 - ULTRASONOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF URETHRAL ANGLE AND BLADDER NECK MOBILITY AFTER SINGLE INCISION MINI-SLING

Wu-Chiao Hsieh (Taiwan)

379 - EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF PROPIVERINE CHLORIDE FLEXIBLE DOSEIN FEMALE MIXED URINARY INCONTINENCE PATIENTS

Hana Yoon (Korea)

380 - A REPORT OF 5-YEAR OUTCOME OF TVT-SECUR SURGERY FOR WOMEN WITH URODYNAMIC STRESS INCONTINENCE

Osanna Yee Ki Wan (Hong Kong)

381 - HORSEBACK RIDING FITNESS MACHINE: DOES IT IMPROVE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE CONTRACTION?

Yasukuni Yoshimura (Japan)

382 - RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ANALYZING THE CORRELATION BETWEEN URODYNAMIC PARAMETERS AND TREATMENT OUTCOMES FOLLOWING TRIGONAL NERVE ABLATION VIA RADIOFREQUENCY ENERGY

Matthieu Gratton (Canada)

383 - EFFECT OF THE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING IN THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE

Maria Pisano (Argentina)

384 - EFFECT OF SINGLE-SESSION, CRYOGEN COOLED MONOPOLAR RADIOFREQUENCY THERAPY ON VAGINAL LAXITY AND ITS EFFECT ON URINARY INCONTINENCE

Bruce Allan (Canada)

385 - PRP INJECTIONS IN THE TREATMENT FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Inna Apolikhina (Russia)

386 - EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH DURASPHERE BLADDER NECK BULKING AGENT

Douglas Tincello (United Kingdom)

387 - INVESTIGATION ON PELVIC FLOOR FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH CERVICAL CANCER POST RADICAL HYSTERECTOMY

Aiming Lv (China)

388 - WHAT DOES THE OBSTETRICIAN KNOW ABOUT EPISIOTOMY?

Edna Cortes (Mexico)

389 - USE OF ELECTRONIC QUESTIONNAIRES TO PROVIDE PATIENT-CENTRIC HEALTHCARE IN OVERACTIVE BLADDER

Cristina Palmer (USA)

390 - UTILITY OF BLADDER DIARIES CONTAINING FREQUENCY VOLUME CHARTS (FCV)

Amy O'Boyle (USA)

391 - QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH CLEAN INTERMITTENT SELF-CATHETERIZATION WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY

Maria del Rocio Morales Gomez (Mexico)

392 - TRANSLATION TO SPANISH AND PSYCHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTIC OF THE SEXUAL QUALITY OF LIFE QUESTIONNAIRE-FEMALE (SQOL-F)

Henry Castro (Chile)

393 - THE CHARACTERIZATION OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER PHENOTYPES USING ELECTRONIC DATA CAPTURE

Amy O'Boyle (USA)

394 - TRANSLATION AND CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF A STANDARDIZED INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION ON INCONTINENCE MODULAR QUESTIONNAIRE - VAGINAL SYMPTOMS (ICIQ-VS) TO SPANISH

Camilo Fonseca (Argentina)

395 - NATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGY SURVEY OF PELVIC FLOOR UNITS IN CHILE: FIRST STEP TO IMPROVE ACCESS INEQUALITY

Julio Alvarez (Chile)

396 - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCY SEVERITY AND SEXUAL DISFUNCTION IN WOMEN

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

397 - EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR RECURRENT STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE

Edna Cortes (Mexico)

398 - EVALUATION OF PELVIC FLOOR KINEMATICS IN CONTINENT AND INCONTINENT WOMEN DURING RUNNING

Monika Leitner (Switzerland)

399 - OVERVIEW OF POTENTIAL DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA OF FEMALE DETRUSOR UNDERACTIVITY IN 3 AGE GROUPS - A RETROSPECTIVE DATA ANALYSIS

Mira Sieg (Germany)

400 - OFFICE CYSTOMETRY TO PREDICT SURGICAL OUTCOME IN STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE PATIENTS

Trinidad Raby (Chile)

401 - AN AUTOMATED, SERVO-CONTROLLED INTRAVAGINAL DYNAMOMETER TO ASSESS MECHANICAL TISSUE PROPERTIES OF THE PFMS IN WOMEN: IMPORTANT FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN DEVELOPING A CLINICAL OR EXPERIMENTAL PROTOCOL

Linda McLean (Canada)

402 - OCULT VERSUS SYMPTOMATIC STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: COMPARATIVE STUDY

Leonardo Bezerra (Brazil)

403 - BLADDER NECK MOBILITY IN STRESS CONTINENT AND INCONTINENT MALAY WOMEN

Fernandi Moegni (Indonesia)

404 - THE RING THAT CAN CONCEAL AND REVEAL AT THE SAME TIME

George Araklitis (United Kingdom)

405 - DYNAMIC CYSTOSCOPY FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF URINARY INCONTINENCE

Magali Robert (Canada)

406 - REASSESSING CLEAN CATCH: OPTIMIZING VOIDED URINE COLLECTION BY SENSITIVE MICROBIOLOGICAL ASSAYS

Danielle Johansen (USA)

407 - COMPARISON OF WATER & AIR-CHARGED TRANSDUCER CATHETERS IN THE EVALUATION OF URETHRAL PRESSURES & ISD

Timothy McKinney (USA)

408 - PURE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: PREVALENCE, COSTS AND FINANCIAL IMPACT

Emanuele Rubilotta (Italy)

410 - RISK FACTORS FOR MICROSCOPIC HEMATURIA IN WOMEN REFERRED TO UROGYNECOLOGY

Renee Rolston (USA)

411 - MANAGEMENT OF BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION AFTER A SINGLE-INCISION MIDURETHRAL SLING PROCEDURE USING TAPE ELONGATION

Man-Jung Hung (Taiwan)

412 - SPECIALIST NURSE VERSUS NON-SPECIALIST NURSE CARE FOLLOWING HYSTEROPEXY

Hui Chin (United Kingdom)

414 - ROBOTIC REPAIR OF SUPRATRIGONAL VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA WITH SIGMOID EPIPLOICA APPENDAGE INTERPOSITION: A CASE SERIES

Derrick Sanderson (USA)

415 - SURGICAL RESULTS OF LAPAROSCOPIC SACRAL VAGINAL FUSION SURGERY FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Tokiwa Shino (Japan)

416 - PROSPECTIVE NON-COMPARATIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A PIXEL CO2 LASER SYSTEM IN THE TREATMENT OF VULVOVAGINAL ATROPHY: INTERIM ANALYSIS

Jeffrey Schachar (USA)

417 - THE IMPACT OF SACRAL NEUROMODULATION ON SEXUAL FUNCTION

Pedro Oliveira (Portugal)

418 - NOVEL HYBRID FRACTIONAL ERBIUM:YAG LASER: SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES FOR TREATMENT OF GENITOURINARY SYNDROME OF MENOPAUSE AND DYSPAREUNIA.

Nathan Guerette (USA)

419 - ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS IN YOUNG AND SEXUAL ACTIVE WOMEN

Matteo Balzarro (Italy)

420 - BACLOFEN: A FORGOTTEN DRUG FOR VOIDING DYSFUNCTION

Laura Martin (USA)

421 - OBSTRUCTIVE VOIDING SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYNDROME

Ariel Zilberlicht (Israel)

422 - CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY ON UROLOGICAL SYMPTOMS IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS WITH PULMONARY AND NON RENAL EXTRA-PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

Sangeeta Sharma (India)

423 - RANDOMIZED, CROSS-OVER STUDY COMPARING HYDROPHILIC COMPACT CATHETERS VS. STANDARD CATHETERS FOR USING INTERMITTENT SELF CATHETERIZATION

Tomonori Yamanishi (Japan)

424 - PERINEAL HYPERMOBILITY, AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF OBSTRUCTIVE DEFECATION ?

Maria Alcoba (Argentina)

425 - THE HMO GRADING SYSTEM FOR DYNAMIC PELVIC MRI IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

Jacqueline Kikuchi (USA)

426 - PREVALENCE AND QUALITY OF LIFE IMPACT OF COLORECTAL SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH SYMPTOMATIC PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Marco Arellano (Chile)

427 - ANAL SPHINCTER TRAUMA: HOW LIKELY IS A FALSE POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS ON EXO- ANAL TOMOGRAPHIC ULTRASOUND?

Hans Peter Dietz (Australia)

428 - SHORT TERM OUTCOME AND SEXUAL FUNCTION OF TRANSANAL ANTERIOR DELORME PROCEDURE FOR RECTOCELE

Tomoko Takahashi (Japan)

429 - IS THERE A GENUINE CORRELATION BETWEEN MUCP AND URETHRAL DESCENT? A COMPARISON OF URODYNAMIC AND ULTRASOUND DATA.

Jaromir Masata (Czech Republic)

430 - PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTIONS IN PRIMIPAROUS:TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND AND OBSTETRICS RISK FACTORS

Glaucia Pereira (Brazil)

431 - EFFECT OF LOW-DOSE TRIPLE THERAPY USING GABAPENTIN, AMITRIPTYLINE, AND A NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME

Hee Jong Jeong (Korea)

432 - RELATIONS BETWEEN BRUXISM AND PELVI-PERINEAL PAIN ON A PROSPECTIVE SERIES OF 92 PATIENTS.

Murielle Mollo (France)

433 - SURGERY FOR FEMALE GENITAL FISTULA IN WALES; 19-YEAR ANALYSIS OF PATIENT EPISODE DATABASE FOR WALES (PEDW) DATA

Sharif Ismail (United Kingdom)

434 - OASIS - A NEW SERVICE EXPERIENCE IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL SETTING

S. Bulchandani (United Kingdom)

435 - ROBOTIC ASSISTED SACROCOLPOPEXY: TIPS AND TRICKS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY

Erica Stockwell (USA)

436 - RECTOCELE PLICATION: SURGICAL TECHNIQUE AND MEDIUM TERM OUTCOMES

Etienne Henn (South Africa)

437 - MANAGEMENT OF INTRAVESICAL MESH EROSION WITH BLADDER CALCULI USING COMBINED SUPRAPUBIC LAPAROSCOPIC PORT AND CYSTOSCOPY

Cristina Palmer (USA)

438 - COMPLETE REMOVAL OF RETROPUBIC SLING

Ruchi Singh (Australia)

439 - LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY USING Y-SHAPED MESH FOR RECURRENT MULTIPLE COMPARTMENT VAGINAL PROLAPSE

Jemina Loganathan (United Kingdom)

440 - LAPAROSCOPIC REMOVAL OF INTRAVESICAL MESH FOLLOWING PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGERY

Jimmy Nomura (Japan)

441 - LAPARASCOPIC REPAIR OF A THERMIC LESION OF THE BLADDER

Ivo Faehnle (Switzerland)

442 - OBSTETRIC ANAL SPHINCTER INJURIES: IS IT TIME TO ROUTINELY INCORPORATE THE HANDS-ON PERINEAL WORKSHOP INTO OUR OBGYN TRAINING CURRICULUM?

Pattaya Hengrasmee (Thailand)

443 - A COMPLEX URETHRAL DIVERTICULUM: DIAGNOSTIC WORK-UP AND SURGICAL REMOVAL

Ariel Zilberlicht (Israel)

444 - SELF CUT MESH FOR POP REPAIR

Zhu Lan (China)

445 - ROBOT-ASSISTED PARTIAL CYSTECTOMY FOR BLADDER PAIN

Rajeev Ramanah (France)

446 - SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF LARGE CHRONIC AND INCARCERATED PROCIDENTIA AND PELVIC MASS BY THE VAGINAL ROUTE

Debjyoti Karmakar (Australia)

447 - VAGINAL ROUTE AS AN OPTION FOR MYOMECTOMY

Enrique Ubertazzi (Argentina)

448 - UTERINE-SPARING UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT SUSPENSION

Jessica Zigman (USA)

449 - URETHROVAGINAL FISTULA REPAIR AND CONCOMITANT FASCIAL SLING

Sebastian Viguera (Chile)

450 - ANTERIOR APICAL SINGLE INCISION MESH SURGERY IN THE TREATMENT OF ANTERIOR VAGINAL PROLAPSE

Barbara Cristina Gentile (Italy)

451 - BLADDER EXSTROPHY ASSOCIATED WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SURGICAL TREATMENT

Hector Soderini (Argentina)

453 - A NEW SURGICAL TECHNIQUE USING AUTOLOGOUS DERMAL TISSUE FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE

Koichi Nagao (Japan)

455 - BIOFEEDBACK THERAPY COMBINED WITH DIET TO TREATING ODS (ANISMUS); 2 YEARS OUTCOME

Tahereh Forooghifar (Iran)

456 - CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT OF UROGENITAL FISTULAS AT A TERTIARY REFERRAL CENTER IN SAUDI ARABIA

Ashraf Dawood (Saudi Arabia)

457 - DOES GABAPENTIN REDUCE OPIOID USE POSTOPERATIVELY? ("GROUP" STUDY): A RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL IN WOMEN UNDERGOING RECONSTRUCTIVE PELVIC SURGERY

Danny Lovatis (Canada)

458 - NON-ABLATIVE FRACTIONATED INTRAVAGINAL RADIOFREQUENCY IN TREATMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE- PRELIMINARY RESULS

Zsuzsanna Jarmy-di-Bella (Brazil)

459 - TVT-R SPACE OF RETZIUS INFILTRATION: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW

Petrus Kruger (South Africa)

461 - FOWLER’S SYNDROME POST OOCYTE RETRIEVAL

Ashraf Dawood (Saudi Arabia)