Proceedings of the International Continence Society, 33rd Annual Meeting, Florence, Italy, 5th–9th October 2003

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  • SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME Tuesday 7th October 2003 09:00 - 10:30 Podium Session 1 Urodynamics 09:00 1 THE REPORTING QUALITY OF ABSTRACTS OF RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS

    SUBMITTED TO THE ICS MEETING IN HEIDELBERG Herbison G P

    09:15 2 NON-INVASIVE BLADDER PRESSURE: THE CASE FOR USING A MODIFIED ICS

    NOMOGRAM Griffiths C, Blake C, Harding C, McIntosh S, Drinnan M, Robson W, Pickard R, Abrams P, Ramsden P

    09:30 3 VALIDATION OF THE PENILE COMPRESSION-RELEASE MANOEUVRE FOR NON-

    INVASIVE DIAGNOSIS OF BLADDER OUTFLOW OBSTRUCTION Harding C, Mcintosh S, Robson W, Ramsden P, Drinnan M, Griffiths C, Pickard R

    09:45 4 IS THERE A ROLE FOR URODYNAMIC TEST ON CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT?

    URODYNAMIC EVALUATION OF URINARY INCONTINENT WOMEN TREATED WITH PERINEAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION. Bruschini H, Almeida F, Srougi M

    10:00 5 LEAK POINT PRESSURE TESTING AFTER TISSUE ENGINEERED SLING PLACEMENT IN

    A MODEL OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE Cannon T, Conway D, Lu S H, Xavier M, Fraser M O, Chermansky C, de Groat W, Huard J, Chancellor M

    10:15 6 VLPP AND SURGICAL OUTCOME: PRELIMINARY DATA

    Pajoncini C, Costantini E, Bini V, Tascini M C, Rociola W, Guercini F, Porena M 11:30 - 13:00 Poster Session 1 Basic Science 11:30 7 CELLULAR PROPERTIES OF HUMAN SUB-UROTHELIAL MYOFIBROBLASTS - THEIR

    ROLE IN BLADDER SENSATION Fry C, Wu C, Sui G

    11:37 8 DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY INCREASED LEVELS OF NERVE GROWTH

    FACTOR IN BLADDER AFFERENT PATHWAYS IN RATS Satoshi S, Sasaki K , Igawa Y , Nishizawa O, Chancellor M , de Groat W , Yoshimura N

    11:45 9 ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE L6 AND S1 SPINAL NERVES REDUCES THE

    BLADDER OVERACTIVITY INDUCED BY CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE IN ANESTHETIZED RATS Allard J, Francomme C, Bernab J, Denys P, Chartier-Kastler E, Giuliano F

    11:52 10 SUPRASPINAL AMPA AND NMDA GLUTAMATERGIC TRANSMISSION IN THE

    MICTURITION REFLEX IN THE URETHANE-ANESTHETIZED RAT Yoshiyama M, de Groat W

    12:00 11 CANNABINOID THERAPY IN DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY: LOCAL VERSUS SYSTEMIC

    EFFECT IN A SPINALISED RAT MODEL Blyweert W, Van der Aa F , De Ridder D

    12:07 12 ACTIVATION OF 5-HT7 RECEPTORS IS LIKELY TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR 5-HT

    EFFECTS IN THE RAT URINARY BLADDER Palea S, Lluel P , Barras M, Duquenne C, Galzin A, Arbilla S

    12:15 13 SVT-40776, A NEW SELECTIVE M3 MUSCARINIC ANTAGONIST: HUMAN RECEPTOR

    BINDING PROFILE AND BLADDER EFFECTS IN THE GUINEA PIG Salcedo C, Balsa D, Enrich A , Davalillo S , Pellicer T, Lagunas C , Catena J, Fernndez-Serrat A, Farrerons C , Fernndez A G

    12:22 14 IN VIVO AND IN VITRO FUNCTIONAL CHANGES OF THE URINARY BLADDER IN MICE

    LACKING MUSCARINIC M2 OR M3 RECEPTORS Igawa Y, Zhang X, Umeda M, Iwata A, Nishizawa O, Taketo M, Manabe T, Matsui M, Andersson K

    12:30 15 COMPARISON OF EFFECTS OF VARIOUS ANTIMUSCARINIC DRUGS ON

    NORADRENALINE RELEASE FROM HUMAN ISOLATED URETHRA Yoshida M, Miyamae K, Otani M, Iwashita H, Masunaga K, Inadome A, Ueda S

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  • 12:37 16 EFFECT OF PROTAMINE PRETREATMENT ON DETRUSOR HYPERACTIVITY INDUCED BY INTRAVESICAL CAPSAICIN IN ANAESTHETIZED GUINEA-PIGS. Cialdai C, Lecci A, Lazzeri M, Giuliani S, Maggi C A, Turini D

    12:45 17 NICOTINIC RECEPTORS MODULATED CONTRACTILE ACTIVITY AND COMPLIANCE OF

    MUSCLE-DERIVED STEM CELLS INCORPORATED INTO ACELLULAR SCAFFOLDS FOR URETHRAL AND BLADDER RECONSTITUTION Lu S, Sacks M, Qu-Petersen Z, Peng H, Pruchnic R, Somogyi G, Cannon T, Huard J, de Groat W, Chancellor M

    12:52 18 INTRAURETHRAL MUSCLE DERIVED CELL INJECTIONS INCREASE LEAK POINT

    PRESSURE IN A RAT MODEL OF INTRINSIC SPHINCTERIC DEFICIENCY Chermansky C, Tarin T, Kwon D, Cannon T, de Groat W, Huard J, Chancellor M

    11:30 13:00 Poster Session 2 Quality of Life 11:30 19 MEASURING QUALITY OF LIFE (QOL) IN MEN WITH URINARY SYMPTOMS: USING THE

    WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATIONS INSTRUMENT WHOQOL-BREF Haltbakk J, Hanestad B R, Hunskaar S

    11:37 20 PREDICTORS OF GENERAL HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN OLDER ADULTS

    WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE Sereika S, Engberg S, Engberg R

    11:45 21 NOCTURIA HAS A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE

    Coyne K, Zhou Z, Versi E 11:52 22 THE HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE (HRQOL) IMPACT OF THE SYMPTOMS OF

    NOCTURIA IN PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER Pleil A M, Kelleher C J, Allen L E, Ray Reese P

    12:00 23 THE ASSOCIATION OF DIET AND OTHER LIFESTYLE FACTORS WITH OVERACTIVE

    BLADDER:A LONGITUDINAL STUDY IN WOMEN. Dallosso H

    12:07 24 SYMPTOMS, TREATMENTS AND QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG MEMBERS OF THE

    INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS SUPPORT GROUP IN THE UK Tincello D, Walker A

    12:15 25 HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN ADOLESCENTS WITH SPINA BIFIDA: A

    PROSPECTIVE MULTIDIMENSIONAL STUDY Rendeli C, Padua L, Ausili E, Girardi E, Caliandro P, Salvaggio E

    12:22 26 PROPIVERINE VS. TOLTERODINE EFFICACY AND TOLERABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH

    DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY Jnemann K P, Halaska M, Rittstein T , Bruenjes R

    12:30 27 EVALUATION OF INCONTINENCE QUALITY OF LIFE (I-QOL) SUBSCALES IN PATIENTS

    SUFFERING FROM DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY(DO):IMPACT OF SACRAL NEUROMODULATION Cappellano F, Bertapelle P , Catanzaro F, Del Popolo G, Cervigni M, Spinelli M, Curti P, Minardi D, Leone G, Giardiello G, GINS Group O B

    12:37 28 PATIENTS' VIEWS OF A COLOSTOMY FOR FAECAL INCONTINENCE

    Norton C, Burch J, Kamm M A 12:45 29 THE OUTCOME OF TVT ANALYSED WITH DISEASE-SPECIFIC QUALITY OF LIFE

    QUESTIONNAIRES: RESULTS FROM THE NETHERLANDS MULTICENTER TVT STUDY. Schraffordt S, Vervest H, Bisseling T

    12:52 30 CURE: DO CLINICIANS KNOW BEST?

    Robinson D, Anders K, Cardozo L, Bidmead J 14:00 - 15:30 Poster Session 3 Diagnostic Techniques 14:00 31 THE FLOW STUDY: VALIDATION OF FOUR QUESTIONNAIRES ON SYMPTOMS AND

    QUALITY OF LIFE IN ITALIAN WOMEN WITH LUTS Tubaro A, Prezioso D , Zattoni F , Artibani W , Pesce F , Scarpa R M, Simoni L

    14:07 32 EXPLORING THE USE OF FREQUENCY-VOLUME CHARTS

    De Wachter S, Wyndaele J J

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  • 14:15 33 THE EFFECT OF ANITCHOLINERGIC THERAPY ON URGENCY SEVERITY IN PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER: CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF A NEWLY VALIDATED TOOL Dmochowski R, Heit M, Sand P

    14:22 34 PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF FREE FLOW RATE WITH FLOW

    RATE OBTAINED FOLLOWING FLEXIBLE CYSTOSCOPY Weston R, Das S, Pace A, Powell C

    14:30 35 HOW UROFLOWMETRY IS PERFORMED: RESULTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY

    AMONG ICS MEMBERS Artibani W, Pesce F, Rubilotta E, Aresu L, D'Amico A, Curti P, Cerruto M A

    14:37 36 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED? THE URODYNAMIC EXPERIENCE

    Dixon A, Anders K, Cardozo L, Robinson D 14:45 37 ACCEPTANCE AND MORBIDITY ASSOCIATED WITH URODYNAMIC STUDIES IN

    PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY. Bycroft J, Wood S , Bywater H, Knight S, Craggs M, Shah J

    14:52 38 ADVANCED 3D MODELLING. SIMULATION OF SQUEEZING AND VALSALVA

    MANOEUVRES IN HEALTHY NULLIPAROUS WOMEN. Otcenasek M, Halaska M, Krcmar M, Blovsky J

    15:00 39 NORMAL VALUES FOR PELVIC ORGAN DESCENT IN HEALTHY NULLIGRAVID YOUNG

    CAUCASIAN WOMEN Dietz H P, Eldridge A, Grace M, Clarke B

    15:07 40 BLADDER WALL THICKNESS AND THE OVERACTIVE BLADDER: DO CONTRACTIONS

    COUNT? Robinson D, Anders K, Cardozo L, Dixon A

    15:15 41 THE INFLUENCE OF TUR OR OPEN PROSTATECTOMY ON ULTRASOUND ESTIMATED

    BLADDER WEIGHT (UEBW): A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON 26 PATIENTS Canepa G, Capponi G, Campodonico F, Maffezzini M

    15:22 42 A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL OF THE USE OF ENDOANAL ULTRASOUND

    AFTER DELIVERY TO DIAGNOSE ANAL SPHINCTER TEARS AND PREVENT FAECALINCONTINENCE Faltin D, Boulvain M, Floris L, Weil A, Irion O

    14:00 - 15:30 Poster Session 4 Paediatrics and LUTS 14:00 43 VOIDED VOLUMES AND URINARY OUTPUT OF WATER AND SOLUTES, OVER A 72-

    HOUR PERIOD, IN 62 NORMAL SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN Van Hoeck K, Bael A M, Lax-Gross H, Hirche H, Vander Linden A , van Gool J D

    14:07 44 THE INVESTIGATION AND SUB-CLASSIFICATION OF RENAL TRACT IMMATURITY IN

    CHILDHOOD EURESIS USING NOVEL METABONOMIC TECHNOLOGY. Taylor C, Bollard M, Tang H, Mouriquand P, Foxall P

    14:15 45 LONG TERM FOLLOW UP ON CONTINENCE AND RENAL FUNCTION IN 50 PATIENTS

    WITH CAUDAL REGRESSION SYNDROME. A MULTICENTER STUDY. Buffa P, De Gennaro M, Battaglino F, Beseghi U, Di Lorenzo F, Urso S, Cama A

    14:22 46 PERCEPTION OF THE NEED FOR A PAEDIATRIC BLADDER DYSFUNCTION QUALITY OF

    LIFE MEASURE. Bower W, Yeung C

    14:30 47 TIMED VOIDING THERAPY FOR CHILDREN WITH DAYTIME URINARY INCONTINENCE

    ATTRIBUTABLE TO OVERACTIVE BLADDER Kajiwara M, Inoue K, Usui A, Usui T

    14:37 48 BOTULINUM TOXIN A INJECTION IN THE M. DETRUSOR VESICAE REPLACES SURGERY

    IN CHILDREN WITH MYELOMENINGOCELE Staehler M, Sauter T, Miller K

    14:45 49 CANADIAN URINARY BLADDER SURVEY: POPULATION-BASED STUDY OF SYMPTOMS

    AND INCONTINENCE Herschorn S, Corcos J, Gajewski J, Schulz J, Ciu E

    14:52 50 INCREASED NOCTURNAL URINE VOLUME IS ASSOCIATED WITH A GONADOTROPIN-

    INDEPENDENT REDUCTION OF NIGHTTIME SERUM TESTOSTERONE LEVEL IN MALE NOCTURIA PATIENTS Lin A T, Lin A D, Wang P S , Chen K K

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  • 15:00 51 CHANGES OF URINARY NERVE GROWTH FACTOR AND PROSTAGLANDINS IN MALE PATIENTS WITH LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOM Kim J C, Lim P B, Seo S I, Park Y H , Hwang T

    15:07 52 THE CLINICAL EFFICACY OF NAFTOPIDIL ON OVERACTIVE BLADDER IN PATIENTS

    WITH BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA Takahashi S, Takeuchi T, Tomita K, Homma Y, Kitamura T

    15:15 53 TREATMENT STRATEGIES, PATTERNS OF DRUG USE AND TREATMENT

    DISCONTINUATION IN MEN WITH LUTS SUGGESTIVE OF BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA - THE TRIUMPH PROJECT (1) Verhamme K, Dieleman J, Bleumink G , Bosch R , Stricker B, Sturkenboom M

    15:22 54 RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF THE CLINICAL AND COST EFFECTIVENESS OF

    EXISTING CONTINENCE SERVICES COMPARED WITH A NEW NURSE-LED SERVICE. Williams K, Assassa R P, Cooper N, Turner D, Shaw C, Abrams K, Mayne C, McGrother C

    16:00 - 17:00 Podium Session 2 Paediatrics 16:00 55 A SUGGESTED TREATMENT ALGORITHM IN NOCTURNAL ENURESIS WITH EMPHASIS

    ON PARTIAL RESPONDERS Marschall-Kehrel A, Mrtz G, Kramer G, Jnemann K

    16:15 56 IS TRANSDERMAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION A THERAPEUTIC OPTION WHEN

    PHARMACOTHERAPY IS INEFFECTIVE IN CHILDREN WITH NOCTURNAL ENURESIS IN ASSOCIATION WITH DAY TIME INCONTINENCE? Ozkurkcugil C, Oney E, Dursun E, Gokalp A

    16:30 57 LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF LOWER URINARY TRACT FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH

    OCCULT SPINAL DYSRAPHISM:CAN EARLY NEUROSURGERY PROMISE BETTER OUTCOMES IN THE LONG-TERM ? Kakizaki H, Tanaka H, Shibata T, Moriya K, Furuno T, Mitsui T, Koyanagi T

    16:45 58 INDIRECT RADIONUCLIDE CYSTOGRAPHY VOIDING PATTERNS IN CHILDREN WITH

    PRIMARY VESICOURETERAL REFLUX: COMPARATIVE STUDY Vlajkovic M, Petronijevic V, Golubovic E, Ilic S, Rajic M , Bogicevic M

    Wednesday 8th October 2003 09:00 10:30 Podium Session 3 LUTS 09:00 59 SYMPTOMS AND BOTHER OF FEMALE PATIENTS PRESENTING WITH LUTS IN

    UROLOGY CENTRES IN ITALY: FIRST EVALUATION FROM THE FLOW STUDY Pesce F, Prezioso D , Zattoni F , Artibani W , Tubaro A , Scarpa R M, Rizzi C A

    09:15 60 FEMALE URINARY INCONTINENCE - RUNNING IN THE FAMILY?

    Hannestad Y, Lie R T, Rortveit G, Hunskaar S 09:30 61 HOW BOTHERSOME ARE LUTS DURING PREGNANCY?

    van Brummen H J, Heintz P, van der Vaart H 09:45 62 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN 24-HOUR URINARY DIARIES OF ASYMPTOMATIC ADULTS.

    Mueller E , Latini J , Lux M, Stablein U , Brubaker L, Kreder K , FitzGerald M P 10:00 63 PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF NOCTURIA IN MEN - A LARGE COMMUNITY

    BASED STUDY Seim A, Hoyo C, Ostbye T , Vatten L

    10:15 64 CORRELATION OF NON-INVASIVE URODYNAMICS WITH IPSS AND PROSTATE VOLUME

    Huang Foen Chung J W N C, van Mastrigt R 11:30 - 13:00 Poster Session 5 Bladder Dysfunction 11:30 65 CEREBRAL CONTROL OF BLADDER FUNCTION: THE BRAIN-BLADDER CONNECTION

    Griffiths D, Derbyshire S , Logue E , Stenger V A , Resnick N 11:37 66 URGE INCONTINENCE AS A PREDICTOR OF INSTITUTIONALIZATION IN AN OLDER

    POPULATION Nuotio M, Tammela T L, Luukkaala T, Jylh M

    11:45 67 CORRELATION BETWEEN DETRUSOR AFTER-CONTRACTION AND OVERACTIVE

    BLADDER SYNDROME, DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY AND POST-MICTURITION DRIBBLE D'amico A, Pesce F, Rubilotta E, Sarti A, Curti P, Artibani W

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    11:52 68 THE DIURNAL RHYTHM OF URINE OUTPUT AND AVP SECRETION IN ELDERLY NOCTURNAL POLYURICS, ELDERLY AND YOUNG CONTROLS. Hvistendahl G M, Frkir J, Nielsen S, Djurhuus J C

    12:00 69 IDIOPATHIC DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY IN WOMEN - A 5-10 YEAR LONGITUDINAL

    STUDY OF OUTCOMES Morris A R, Westbrook J I, Moore K H

    12:07 70 DOES DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY EVER CEASE? REPEAT URODYNAMIC TESTING AT 1

    TO 9 YEARS. Blackwell A L, Moore K H

    12:15 71 AUTONOMIC RESPONSE TO STRESS IN INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS

    Lutgendorf S, Rothrock N, Hoffmann A, Zimmerman B, Latini J, Kreder K 12:22 72 HYPERBARIC OXYGEN FOR TREATMENT OF INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS: RESULTS OF A

    PILOT STUDY van Ophoven A, Rossbach G, Oberpenning F, Hertle L

    12:30 73 CONTINUOUS INTRAVESICAL INFUSION OF RESINIFERATOXIN BY IN SITU DRUG

    DELIVERY SYSTEM TO TREAT INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS: A PILOT STUDY. Lazzeri M, Beneforeti P, Turini D, Spinelli M, Malaguti S, Giardiello G

    12:37 74 CAN MEDICATION PROLONG WARNING TIME?

    Cardozo L, Prescott K, Serdarevic D, Skillern L 12:45 75 EVALUATION OF OAB TREATMENT AND PATIENT SATISFACTION REFLECTING REAL-

    LIFE CONDITIONS IN UROLOGICAL OFFICES IN AUSTRIA Madersbacher H, Berner L, Struhal G, Eisenmenger M, Neumann M

    12:52 76 CHRONIC SACRAL (S3) NERVE STIMULATION: THE EFFECTS ON NOCTURIA AND

    NOCTURNAL BLADDER CAPACITY AND CORRELATES WITH SUPINE URODYNAMICS IN WOMEN WITH REFRACTORY URGE URINARY INCONTINENCE Bosch R, Groen J

    11:30 - 13:00 Poster Session 6 Treatment of Incontinence 11:30 77 THE RISE AND DEMISE OF THE VESICA PROCEEDURE - LESSONS TO BE LEARNT

    ABOUT BLADDER NECK SUSPENSION Reid S V, Parys B T

    11:37 78 THE SAFETY, EFFICACY, COMFORT, AND PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH THREE

    COMMONLY USED PENILE COMPRESSION DEVICES FOR MALE INCONTINENCE. Moore K N

    11:45 79 URODYNAMIC FINDINGS AFTER RADICAL RETROPUBIC PROSTATECTOMY USING

    SUSPENSION TECHNIQUE FOR RAPID RECOVERY OF CONTINENCE Noguchi M , Shimada A, Ogata H, Noda S

    11:52 80 PELVIC RADIOTHERAPY DOES NOT INCREASE THE COMPLICATION RATES OF

    ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER IMPLANTATION Lai H H, Smith C P, Teh B S , Butler E B, Boone T B

    12:00 81 PADS AND PRESSURE: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFECTS OF ABSORBENT

    INCONTINENCE PADS ON PRESSURE MANAGEMENT MATTRESSES Fader M, Bain D, Cottenden A

    12:07 82 PRODUCT FOCUS: DISPOSABLE PADS FOR WOMEN WITH LIGHT INCONTINENCE

    MAKING THE RIGHT PRODUCT CHOICE. Clarke-O'Neill S , Pettersson L , Mandy F, Cottenden A , Brooks R

    12:15 83 THE EFFECT OF PRIOR TREATMENT EXPERIENCE AND INCONTINENCE SEVERITY ON

    THE PLACEBO RESPONSE OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE (SUI) Yalcin I, Bump R

    12:22 84 DULOXETINE VS. PLACEBO IN THE TREATMENT OF STRESS URINARY

    INCONTINENCE: A GLOBAL PHASE 3 STUDY Millard R , Moore K, Yalcin I , Bump R

    12:30 85 DOES THE SEVERITY OF STRESS INCONTINENCE INFLUENCE OUTCOME FOLLOWING

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