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The 3rd World Congress on
Controversies in Urology (CURy)
Hilton Hotel, Athens, Greece, February 25-28, 2010
 
  Group A Print
Friday, February 26, 2010
 
Board #
  
Topic: Bladder Cancer
  
1
BCL-2 EXPRESSION STATUS IN HUMAN BLADDER CANCER: RELATIONSHIP WITH INTRAVESICAL BCG IMMUNOTHERAPY AFTER RESECTION
F. Ajili, A. Derouiche, H. Tounsi, E. Jerbi, M. Cherif, M. Chebil, M. Mannai, S. Boubaker             
Institut Pasteur de Tunis; Faculte des Sciences de Tunis & Service d’Urologie, Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Charles Nicolle de Tunis, Tunisia
   
2
COFILIN IS A POTENT MARKER IN UROTHELIAL CELL CARCINOMA OF HUMAN URINARY BLADDER
H.S. Kim
, H. Chung, C.-K. Lee, B. Kim, S.-K. Yang, K.H. Song                   
Department of Urology & Department of Physiology, Konkuk University College of Medicine, Chungju & Department of Urology, Chungnam National University College of medicine, Daejeon, South Korea
  
3
3 WEEK MAINTENANCE BCG IS NECESSARY FOR OPTIMAL PREVENTION OF RECURRENCE, PROGRESSION, METASTASIS AND MORTALITY IN TA, T1 AND IN SITU BLADDER CANCER
D. Lamm
, H. Akaza, A. Boehle, J. Palou, M. Brausi, R. Buckley, R. Persad, M. Colombel, M. O’Donnell
Department of Surgery, University of Arizona; BCG Oncology, Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Department of Urology, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan; Department of Urology, HELIOS Agnes Karll Hospital, Bad Schwartau, Germany; Department of Urology, Fundació Puigvert, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; Department of Urology, AUSL Modena Estense and B Ramazzini Hospitals, Modena, Italy; Department of Urology, North York General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Department of Urology/Surgery, Bristol Royal Infirmary & Bristol Urological Institute, Bristol, United Kingdom; Department of Urology, Claude Bernard University, Hôpital Edouard Herriot, Lyon, France; Department of Urology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA
  
4
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TIMING OF RECURRENCE AFTER BCG THERAPY FOR THE PROGRESSION AND SURVIVAL OF HIGH RISK PATIENTS WITH NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER: RESULTS OF LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP
S.J. Hong
, Y.D. Choi, K.H. Rha, Y.H. Lee, H.G. Jeon, K.S. Han                 
Department of Urology and Urological Science Institute, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
  
5
THE EFFECTS OF INTRAVESICAL CHEMOIMMUNOTHERAPY WITH GEMCITABINE AND BACILLUS CALMETTE–GUERIN IN SUPERFICIAL BLADDER CANCER: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
H.-S. Park
, H.-L. Lee                               
Korea university medical college, Seoul & Kyong Hee University East-West Neo-Medical Center, Seoul, Korea
  
6
GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING AND CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY BLADDER CANCER: A COMPUTATIONAL STUDY USING MICROARRAYS
A. Zaravinos
, G.I. Lambrou, I. Boulalas, I. Karyotis, D. Delakas, D.A. Spandidos                     
Department of Clinical Virology, University of Crete, School of Medicine, Crete; 1st Department of Pediatrics, University of Athens, Athens & Department of Urology, Asklipieio General Hospital, Athens, Greece
  
7
IMPORTANCE OF IL8, IL6, IL5 AND IL4 CONCRETATION IN URINE SAMPLES IN DIAGNOSIS AND PROGNOSIS OF BLADDER CANCER (TCC)
R. Milosevic
, D. Vojvodic, S. Cerovic, N. Milovic, P. Aleksic, Z. Campara, V. Bancevic, M. Jovanovic, I. Nikolic, G. Teodorovic, D. Simic, A. Spasic, I. Stanojevic, Z. Magic, I. Majstorovic
Clinic for Urology; Institute for Medical Research & Institute for Pathology, Military Medical Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
  
8
THE HIGH EXPRESSION OF GRADE (3+) KI-67 IN RECURRENT, HIGH GRADE UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA IN BLADDER
D.-Y. Kim
, J.-C. Kim, T.-K. Yoo, T.-H. Oh                        
Catholic University of Daegu, Daegu, Korea
  
9
DETECTION RATES IN HAL FLUORESCENCE CYTOSCOPY FOR NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER – ADVANTAGES OF ROUTINE USE?
B. Geavlete
, M. Jecu, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Dragutescu, P. Geavlete                 
”Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania
  
10
HIGH-RISK NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER: “THE REAL DEAL” FOR BLUE LIGHT CYSTOSCOPY AND TURBT?
B. Geavlete
, M. Jecu, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Dragutescu, P. Geavlete 
”Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania
  
11
ONE YEAR RECURRENCE RATES IN NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER AFTER HAL CYTOSCOPY: BLUE LIGHT IMPACT IN THE LONG RUN
B. Geavlete
, M. Jecu, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Dragutescu, P. Geavlete                 
”Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania
  
12
REPEAT TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION (RETUR) PREVENTS THE EARLY RECURRENCES IN NON MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER (NMIBC)
A. Grigorakis
, V. Kyrikos, C. Petraki, I. Xoxakos, D. Kontodimopoulos, A. Tsiotras, S. Stefanakis, D. Malorouvas
Department of Urology & Department of Pathology, G.H.of Athens “Evaggelisos”, Athens, Greece
  
13
REPEAT TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION (RETUR) FOR NON MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER (NMIBC): OUR EXPERIENCE
V. Kyrikos
, A. Grigorakis, C. Petraki, I. Xoxakos, D. Kontodimopoulos, I. Promponas, S. Stefanakis, D. Malovrouvas            
Department of Urology and Department of Pathology, G.H.of Athens “Evaggelismos", Athens, Greece
   
14
LYMPHATIC INVASION AS A RISK FACTOR FOR UNDERSTAGING IN PT1 STAGE BLADDER CANCER
G. Gakis
, D. Schilling, S. Kruck, J. Siegel, K.-D. Sievert, A. Stenzl                 
Department of Urology, Eberhrd-Karls University, Tuebingen, Germany
   
15
PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF SUBSTAGING IN PT1 BLADDER CANCER
T.-H. Kim
, B.S. Kim, E.S. Yoo, S.K. Chung, Y.K. Park, T.G. Kwon                  
Department of Urology, School of medicine, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea
  
16
THE CLINICAL CHARACTERISTIC AND PROGNOSIS OF UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA WITH INVOLVEMENT OF THE PROSTATE
Y.D. Choi
, J.S. Chung, H.S. Yu, K.H. Choi, K.H. Kim, Y.S. Lee, W.J. Jeong, W.S. Ham, H.J. Ju, J.S. Lee     
Department of Urology, Urological Science Institute, Clinical Trials Center for Medical Devices, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
 
17
THE FEASIBILITY OF REAL-TIME BLADDER NAVIGATION
R.O.P. Draga
, H.J. Noordmans, M.C.M. Grimbergen, T.M.T.W. Lock, R.J.L.H. Bosch                    
Department of Urology, Medical Technology and Clinical Physics, University Medical Center, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  
18
A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE IN RADICAL CYSTECTOMY IN ELDERLY PATIENT WITH SIGNIFICANT CO-MORBIDITIES
L. Fumado
, J.A. Lorente, A. Frances, R. Cortadellas, J. Lloreta-Trull, G. Nohales, O. Bielsa, O. Arango             
Hospital del Mar, Barcelona, Spain
  
19
MINIMALLY INVASIVE (OPEN) RADICAL CYSTECTOMY: THE MINILAPAROTOMY APPROACH
J.B. Jensen
, K.V. Pedersen, K.O. Olsen, U.F. Bisgaard, K.M. Jensen                    
Department of Urology, Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby, Denmark
 
20
IMMEDIATE SURGICAL OUTCOMES OF ROBOT-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY: COMPARISON WITH OPEN PROCEDURE
B.W. Kim
, B.S. Kim, T.-H. Kim, E.S. Yoo, S.K. Chung, Y.K. Park, H.T. Kim, T.G. Kwon            
Department of Urology, School of Medicine, Kyungpook National University & College of Medicine, Yeungnam University, Daegu, Korea
  
21
SUBSTRATIFICATION IN NODE-NEGATIVE PT2 BLADDER CANCER IS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR FOR RECURRENCE-FREE SURVIVAL: A CONTEMPORARY SERIES
G. Gakis
, D. Schilling, M. Renninger, K.D. Sievert, A. Stenzl                     
Eberhard-Karls University, Department of Urology, Tubingen, Germany
  
22
ORTHOTOPIC AND CONDUIT DIVERSION PROS AND CONS
D.Z. Perovic
, N. Bojanic                                
Insitute of Urology, Clinical Center of Serbia & Clinical Center of Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro
  
23
THE MODIFIED TECHNIQUE OF USE OF THE ROTICULATOR MULTIFIRE GIA ENDOSTAPLER IN ANTERIOR EXENTERATION IN FEMALE PATIENTS
E.Z. Neulander
, J. Klain, M. Asali, J. Kaneti
Soroka UMC, Ben Gurion Universtiy, Beer Sheva, Israel 
   
24
THE LATERAL LIGAMENT AND ITS CLINICAL IMPORTANCE IN CANCER
M. Piagkou
, G. Piagkos, T. Demesticha, A. Kouki, G. Androutsos, P. Skandalakis                  
Department of Anatomy and Surgical Anatomy & Department of History of Medicine, Medical School University of Athens & Metropolitan Hospital, Greece
   
25
PSEUDOSARCOMATOUS FIBROMYXOID TUMOR OF THE URINARY BLADDER: AN EXTREMELY RARE TUMOR
S. Koutsikos
, A. Lekas, A. Lazaris, A. Papatsoris, M. Chrisofos, I. Fokitis, C. Deliveliotis              
Department of Urology, General Hospital of Nikea, Piraeus; Department of Urology, Sismanoglio Hospital, School of Medicine, University of Athens; Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Athens & Department of Urology, Thriaseio Hospital, Elefsina, Greece
  
26
EFFECTS OF SIMULTANEOUS TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF NON-MUSCLE-INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER AND BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA
S.J. Kim
, S.H. Park, S. Kim                           
Department of Urology, Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Korea
 
27
INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE IN NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER: BIPOLAR PLASMA VAPORIZATION, A RELIABLE APPROACH?
B. Geavlete
, M. Jecu, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Dragutescu, P. Geavlete                 
”Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania
  
28
URETEROSCOPIC CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMAS OF THE UPPER URINARY TRACT
I.D. Tsohatzis
, C. Clement, J. Deturmeny, E. Lechevallier, C.E. Coulange                     
Hospital de la Conception, Marseille, France & Air Force General Hospital, Athens, Greece
 
29
OUTCOME OF URETEROSCOPIC CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF TRANSITIONAL CELL CARCINOMAS OF THE UPPER URINARY TRACT: ELECTIVE INDICATION VS TREATMENT OF NECESSITY
I.D. Tsohatzis
, C. Clement, J. Deturmeny, E. Lechevallier, C.E. Coulange                     
Hospital de la Conception, Marseille, France & Air Force General Hospital, Athens, Greece
  
   
Board #
  
Topic: BPH
  
30
THE CHANGES OF TRANSIENT RECEPTOR POTENTIAL (TRP) CHANNELS EXPRESSION IN THE UROTHELIUM OF RATS WITH DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY (DO) INDUCED BY BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION (BOO)
C.K. Sul
, J.H. Shin, S.M. Yuk, J.S. Lim, Y.G. Na, K.H. Song                 
Department of Urology, Chungnam National University Hospital, Dae Jeon, Korea
   
31
LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS SUGGESTIVE OF BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA: SHOULD IMAGING OF THE URINARY TRACT BE RECOMMENDED? ANALYTICAL STUDY ABOUT 285 CASES
S. Sallami
, S. Ben Rhouma, A. Dahmani, M. Gargouri, M. Hmidi, A. Horchani                  
Department of Urology, La Rabta Hospital-University, Tunis, Tunisia
  
32
THE CHANGES OF EXPRESSION OF ALPHA- AND BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR RELATED TO URODYNAMIC CHANGES IN RAT BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION
H.-J. Kim
, Y. Kyung, J.-G. Lee, H.-S. Park, M.-G. Park, J.-G. Yeo, J.-B. Choi             
Department of Urology, Dankook Unversity, Korea University, Inje University & Ajou University, Colleges of Medicine, Korea
  
33
SURVEY ON BPH PREVALENCE AND TREATMENT PATTERNS FOR MEN WITH LUTS VISITING UROLOGISTS AT GENERAL HOSPITALS IN KOREA: PART I
S.W. Kim
, J.Y. Lee, C.S. Kim, H.M. Lee, C.I. Kim, T.K. Yoo, K.S. Lee, K. Park, S.S. Byun, B.H. Chung, J.S. Hyn, D.Y. Yang, K.H. Moon      
Department of Urology, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea; Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine; School of Medicine, Sungkynkwan University; Keimyung University; Eulji University; Dongguk University; Chonnam National Unversity; Seoul National University, Bundang Hospital & Yonsei University, Korea
   
34
THE EFFECT OF INTRAPROSTATIC CHRONIC INFLAMMATION ON BENIGN PROSTATE HYPERPLASIA TREATMENT
C.I. Kim
, B.H. Chung, K.S. Lee                           
Keimyung University School of Medicine, Daegu, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul & Dongguk University School of Medicine, Gyeongju, Korea
  
35
RISK FACTORS FOR LUTS/BPH PROGRESSION IN MEN AGED BETWEEN 50 TO 80 YEARS: A VIEW FROM UROLOGIST’S OFFICE
N.Z. Predrag
, D. Nale, A. Vuksanovic, O. Durutovic, C. Tulic, S. Micic                 
Cinical Center of Serbia, Clinic of Urology, Belgrade, Serbia
   
36
ANTICHOLINERGIC MONOTHERAPY IN MEN WITH SEVERE STORAGE LUTS AND DOCUMENTED NON OBSTRUCTIVE BPH
S. Andreadakis
, C. Konstantinidis, P. Kartsaklis, C. Thomas, E. Chliounakis, A. Gekas                  
Urology Department, Foundation of Social Insurance, Kilkis; Urology Department, National Institute of Rehabilitation, Athens; Urology Department, General Hospital of Patras "Saint Andrew", Greece
   
37
LUTS DUE TO BPH: TREATMENT APPROACH WITH TOLTERODINE AND TAMSULOSIN COMBINATION
C. Konstantinidis
, S. Andreadakis, C. Thomas, P. Kartsaklis, E. Chliounakis, A. Gekas                  
Urology department, National Institute of Rehabilitation, Athens, Greece; Urology department, Foundation of Social Insurance, Kilkis, Greece & Urology department, General Hospital of Patra “Agios Andreas”, Patra, Greece
   
38
COMPARING THE EFFICACY OF A SELECTIVE CYCLOOXYGENASE-2 INHIBITOR AND AN ANTICHOLINERGIC IN PATIENTS WITH BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA AND REFRACTORY NOCTURIA
C.I. Kim
, B.H. Chung, K.S. Lee                           
Keimyung University School of Medicine, Daegu, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul & Dongguk University School of Medicine, Gyeongju, Korea
   
39
LONG-TERM EFFECT OF BONT/A INJECTION ON LUTS AND URINARY FLOW IN PATIENTS WITH BPH REFRACTORY TO MEDICAL THERAPY
T. Gorgal Carvalho
, J. Silva, R. Pinto, F. Botelho, P. Silva, C.  Silva, F. Cruz, P. Dinis            
Department of Urology, Hospital Sao Joao, Porto & Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto, Portugal
   
40
THE EFFECT OF FINASTERIDE ON THE EXPRESSION OF HYPOXIA INDUCIBLE FACTOR-1A (HIF-1A) AND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR (VEGF) IN HYPERPLASTIC PROSTATE TISSUE: A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED CONTROL STUDY
S. Koutsikos
, A. Lekas, A. Lazaris, A. Papatsoris, M. Chrisofos, I. Fokitis, C. Deliveliotis              
Department of Urology, General Hospital of Nikea, Piraeus; Department of Urology, Sismanoglio Hospital, School of Medicine, University of Athens; Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Athens & Department of Urology, Thriaseio Hospital, Elefsina, Greece
   
41
THE ANALYSIS OF THE TYPE AND TREATMENT OF ACUTE URINARY RETENTION
H.W. Kim
, J.B. Choi, S.H. Kim, Y.S. Lee, U.-S. Ha, J.S. Koh, D.W. Sohn, J.C. Kim, D.H. Lee, S.Y. Cho     
Department of Urology, College of Medicine, Catholic University of Korea, Seoul & Department of Urology, Ajou University College of Medicine, Suwon, Korea
   
42
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY OF INTRAPROSTATIC INJECTIONS OF BOTULINUM TOXIN AND POLIDOCANOL IN MEN WITH LUTS DUE THE BPH
Y. Mirkin
, D. Bedredtdinova                                
URO-PRO clinic, Krasnodar & Central Institute of Urology, Moscow, Russia
   
43
DISTRIBUTION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE-A IN THE PROSTATE AFTER TRANSRECTAL INJECTION: AN MRI-BASED ASSESSMENT
T. Gorgal Carvalho
, A. Lima Carneiro, J. Silva, J.M. Jesus, F. Cruz, P. Dinis                 
Department of Urology & Department of Radiology, Hospital Sao Joao & Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
   
44
TUR P FOR BPH: HOW LARGE IS TOO LARGE?
C. Persu
, P. Geavlete, D. Georgescu, I. Arabagiu                      
Saint John Clinical Emergency Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
   
45
ANALYSIS OF RESULTS OF TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF THE PROSTATE BASED ON THE RESECTION RATIO OF IN PATIENTS WITH LARGE PROSTATES
H.G. Kim
, M.K. Jo, J.Y. Kang, D.H. Seong                         
Konkuk University, Seoul; Korea Cancer Center Hospital, Seoul; Eulji University, Seoul & Inha University, Incheon, Korea
  
46
HOLEP (HOLMIUM LASER ENUCLEATION OF PROSTATE) WITH AURIGA XL, AN OUTSTANDING PROCEDURE FOR A SMALL UROLOGY DEPARTMENT
R. Bubeck
                                   
Urologische Belegabteilung, Illertalklinik, Illertissen, Germany
 
47
BIPOLAR PLASMA VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE VERSUS MONOPOLAR TURP: IS THE “GOLD STANDARD” STILL A “STANDARD”?
B. Geavlete
, M. Jecu, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Dragutescu, P. Geavlete 
”Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania 
   
48
PHOTOSELECTIVE VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE (PVP) WITH GREENLIGHT HPS AT 120W: PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF A SERIES OF 178 PATIENTS AFTER 2 YEARS
A. Sommerhuber
, W. Loidl                                
Department of Urology, St. Vincent´s Hospital of Charity, Linz, Austria
   
49
COMPLICATIONS RATES OF BIPOLAR PLASMA VAPORIZATION OF THE PROSTATE VERSUS TURP: DOES “STANDARD” MEAN “SAFER”?
B. Geavlete
, M. Jecu, R. Multescu, D. Georgescu, M. Dragutescu, P. Geavlete                 
”Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania
   
50
COMPARING DIODE LASER WITH KTP LASER
P. Bargao Santos
, M. Ferreira Coelho                                
Hospital Lusoadas, Hospital Sao Joao de Deus, Lisbon, Portugal
  
51
TISSUE-PROTECTIVE TREATMENT OF BPH (BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA), STONES, URETHRAL VALVES, CONDYLOMA AND FURTHER INDICATIONS USING THE DISTINCT CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTI-DISCIPLINARY LASER DEVICE DIOLAS LFD 3000
A. Apostolidis
, J. Neymeyer, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, K. Taymoorian, K. Riebe, Th. Wuelfing, M. Beer               
Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Berlin, Military Hospital Koblenz, Dept. of Urology, Koblenz, & DRK Kliniken Berlin-Westend e.V., Dept. of Paediatric Surgery, Berlin, Germany
  
52
HIGH-RISK PATIENTS IN UROLOGY: A CHALLENGE FOR BOTH SURGEON AND EQUIPMENT
J. Neymeyer
, A. Apostolidis, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, H. Yi, T. Wuelfing, M. Beer                     
Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Berlin, Germany & Department of Urology, No.1 Hospital of Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China
  
53
LAPAROSCOPIC DIRECT BLADDER ACCESS TRANSVESICAL BLADDER DIVERTICULECTOMY
D.S. Sharma
, C.T. Brown, C. Kouriefs, P.C.R. Grange, G. Grange                     
King's College Hospital, London, UK
  
54
TREATMENT OF AN OBSTRUCTIVE PROSTATE AND A DISTAL URETER STRICTURE AT A 63 YEAR OLD TRANSGENDER WOMAN
J. Neymeyer
, A. Apostolidis, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, H. Yi, M. Beer                     
Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Berlin, Germany & Department of Urology, No.1 Hospital of Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China
  
55
INTRAPROSTATIC INJECTION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE-A HAS NO EFFECT ON MALE SEXUAL FUNCTION
T. Gorgal Carvalho
, J. Silva, R. Pinto, F. Botelho, P. Silva, C. Silva, P. Dinis, F. Cruz            
Department of Urology, Hospital Sao Joao, Porto & Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
  
56
ANALYSIS OF THE PROSTATIC CALCULI COMPONENTS IN BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA USING CHEMICAL ANALYSIS METHOD
J.-I. Chung
, W. Lee, J.-H. Yoon                           
Inje University Busan Paik Hospital, Busan & Busan National University Hospital, Busan, Korea
  
   
Board #
Topic: Incontinence
  
57
EXPRESSION OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE (NOS) AND AQUAPORIN-3 (AQP-3) IN CYSTITIS RAT BLADDER INDUCED BY CYCLOPHSOPHAMIDE
Y.S. Chang
, J.B. Kim, D.S. Han, W. Yang                         
Konyang University, Daejeon & Soonchunhyang University, Seoul, Korea
   
58
PERCEPTUAL MAPPING OF THE ANTIMUSCARINIC AGENTS BASED ON THE SYMPTOMS OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER AND THE PATIENTS’ FEEDBACK FOR THE OVERALL IMPROVEMENT WITH SOLIFENACIN
N. Wadhwa
, B. Kotak                                
Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited, Gurgaon, India
   
59
IMPACT ON QUALITY OF LIFE OF URINARY FREQUENCY SYMPTOMS IN STRESS INCONTINENCE PATIENTS
S.J. Yun
, W.T. Kim, H. Jang, Y.-J. Kim, S.-C. Lee, W.-J. Kim                 
Department of Urology, Chungbuk National University College of Medicine, Cheongju & Daejeon Veterans Hospital, Daejeon, Korea
   
60
THE EFFECT OF CYSTOCELE ON VOIDING
C. Moreno
, P.A. Lopez, P. Lopez, G. Donate, J.C. Ruiz, G. Gomez                  
Hospital U. V. Arrixaca, El Palmar, Murcia, Spain
   
61
IMPROVING OAB THERAPY BY INDIVIDUAL DETRUSOR RECEPTOR PROFILING
J. Neuhaus
, T. Schwalenberg, H. Schulte-Baukloh, L.C. Horn, H. Ruffert, J.-U. Stolzenburg                  
Department of Urology, Department of Pathology & Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany & Department of Urology, St. Hedwig Hospital, University Hospital Charite, Berlin, Germany
   
62
IS IT POSSIBLE TO USE MAXIMAL FLOW RATE (Q MAX) TO PREDICT INTRINSIC SPHINCTER DEFICIENCY?
J.H. Noh
, B.S. Oh, W.H. Jang, D.H. Yoo, J.Y. Yim                     
Department of Urology, Kwangju Christian Hospital, Gwangju Veterans hospital, Gwangju, Korea
  
63
IMPACT OF CONSTIPATION ASSOCIATED WITH DARIFENACIN USE IN THE TREATMENT OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER
J. Tack
, J. Wyndaele, M.E. Egermark, G. Ligozio                        
Catholic University Leuven, University Hospital Antwerp, Belgium
Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland
Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, NJ, USA
  
64
NEUROPATHIC SPHINCTERS FAILURE: WHICH WAY IS PROPER FOR ACHIEVEMENT OF CONTINENCE?
L. Skobejko-Wlodarska
, P. Gastol, K. Felberg, M. Baka-Ostrowska                        
Children's Memorial Health Institute, Warsaw, Poland
   
65
MID-TERM RECURRENCE RATE AND RE-TREATMENT IN FEMALE PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS
M.K. Kim
, H.J. Kim, YG. Kim, H.K. Oh, M.W. Cheon                  
Department of Urology, Chonbuk National University Medical School; Namwon Medical Center, Namwon, South Korea & Presbyterian Medical Center, Jeonju, South Korea
   
66
EFFICACY OF REPEATED BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE A (BTX-A) INTRADETRUSOREAL INJECTIONS FOR NEUROGENIC DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY (NDO): A FIVE YEARS FOLLOW UP STUDY
C. Konstantinidis
, T. Jud, K. Skriapas, G. Kiss                         
Urology department, National institute of Rehabilitation, Athens, Greece & Uro-Urology Unit, Neurology department, University hospital of Innsbruck, Austria
   
67
EARLY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH DIFFERENT MESH IN CORRECTION OF HIGH DEGREE CYSTOCELE
D. Dente
, P. Paniccia, D. Petrone, G. Gaspari, C. Tucci, R. Rossetti, T. Pompa               
Urology Department, Policlinico Umberto I, Rome; Urology Department, G. D'Annunzio Unuversity & SS Annunziata Hospital, Chieti, Pellezzano, Italy
   
68
INFRAVESICAL OBSTRUCTION IN FEMALE: DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT
A.A. Moharram
, C.N.E. Eltabie                                
Cairo Univeristy Hospital, Giza, Egypt
   
69
TRANSVESICAL LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA
A.A.  Moharram
, W.G Rady
Cairo Univeristy Hospital, Giza, Egypt
 
70
GIL-VERNET TECHNIQUE FOR THE TREATMENT OF COMPLEX VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA
O. Arango
, O. Bielsa, L. Fumado, G. Nohales, A. Frances, E. Rijo, J.M. Gil-Vernet, J.A. Lorente             
Urology Department, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona & Clinica Teknon, Barcelona, Spain
   
71
EFFECT OF MESH SHORTENING IN FAILED MIDURETHRAL SLING SURGERY IN FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
D.H. Lee
, J.C. Kim, J.B. Choi, J.Y. Lee, H.W. Kim                    
Incheon, Buchen and Seoul branches of St. Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, Korea, Ajou University, Su Won, Korea & St. Paul's Hospital, Seoul, Korea
   
72
TROCAR-GUIDED TENSION-FREE VAGINAL MESH (PROLIFT) REPAIR VERSUS NON-MESH-BASED ANTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY FOR THE TREATMENT OF CYSTOCELE WITH UTEROVAGINAL PROLAPSE
D.H. Cho
, S.-L. Lee, C.B. Lee, D.C. Park                        
Department of Urology & Department of Gynecology, St. Vincent's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, Suwon, Korea
   
73
TVT-SECUR™ FOR THE TREATMENT OF FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: MIDDLE-TERM ASSESSMENT
A. Resende
, R. Oliveira, P. Silva, F. Botelho, C. Silva, P. Dinis, F. Cruz
Department of Urology, Hospital de Sao Joao, Porto, Portugal
   
74
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF TREATMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE WITH OPHIRA MINI-SLING
M. Gvozdev
, D. Pushkar, G. Kasyan, B. Godunov
Urology Dept. of MSMSU, Moscow, Russia
   
75
PROLIFT MESH SURGERY FOR REPAIR OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
M. Gvozdev
, D. Pushkar, G. Kasyan                         
Urology Department of MSMSU, Moscow, Russia
   
76
IMPACT OF PDE-5 ON CLITORAL BLOOD FLOW AFTER TENSION-FREE VAGINAL TAPE-OBTURATOR (TVT-O) FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
A. Palmas
, J. Fonseca                               
Hospital Prof. Doutor Fernando Fonseca EPE, Amadora-Sintra, Portugal
   
77
LAPAROSCOPIC ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER IMPLANTATION FOR FEMALE GENUINE STRESS INCONTINENCE: TECHNIQUE AND 4-YEAR EXPERIENCE IN 27 PATIENTS
P.E. Bryckaert
, T. Papatsoris, E. Mandron 
Clinique du Pre le Mans, Le Mans, France
   
78
FOLLOW-UP RESULTS OF ENDOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF BLADDER FOREIGN BODY AFTER ANTI-INCONTINENCE SURGERY USING HYBRID METHOD
T.W. Kang
, K.-J. Oh, D.D. Kwon, K.S. Park, S.B. Ryu                    
Chonnam National University Medical School, Gwangju, Korea
   
79
ROLE OF PRE-OPERATIVE URODYNAMIC STUDY IN PATIENTS WITH PROSTATIC CANCER
J.C. Kim
, J.B. Choi, H.G. Kim, D.Y. Kim, D.W. Lee, D.H. Cho                 
Department of Urology, Ajou University, Suwon; Konkuk University, Seoul; Catholic University of Daegu & The Catholic Univeristy of Korea, Seoul, South Korea
   
80
ADVANCE SLING: FUNCTIONAL TREATMENT OF MALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
R.M. Bauer
, I. Soljanik, M.E. Mayer, A. Buchner, C.G. Stief, C. Gozzi                 
Department for Urology, LMU, Munich, Germany
  
81
CONCOMITANT IMPLANTATION OF BONE ANCHORED BULBOURETHRAL SLING AND INFLATABLE PENILE PROSTHESIS AFTER RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
M. Guimaraes
, R. Oliveira, R. Pinto, P. Silva, N. Tomada, P. Dinis, P. Vendeira, F. Cruz             
Hospital Sao Joao, Department of Urology, Porto, Portugal
 
82
URETHRAL AUGMENTATION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ARTIFICIAL URINARY SPHINCTER REVISION
M. Margreiter
, A. Farr, N. Swietek, H.C. Klingler, M. Marberger                        
Department of Urology, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
  
83
LONG-TERM ASSESSMENT OF THE BONE-ANCHORED PERINEAL MALE SLING FOR POST-PROSTATECTOMY INCONTINENCE
R. Oliveira
, M. Guimaraes, R. Pinto, P. Silva, F. Pina, F. Cruz                  
Hospital Sao Joao, Department of Urology, Porto & Hospital da ordem do Carmo, Department of Urology, Porto, Portugal
  
84
INTRA-TRIGONAL INJECTION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN A IN PATIENTS WITH REFRACTORY BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME MODULATES URINARY NEUROTROPHINES
R. Almeida Pinto
, T. Lopes, B. Frias, J. Alturas Silva, C. Martins Silva, P. Dinis, C. Cruz, F. Cruz            
Department of Urology, Hospital de S. João; Faculty of Medicine of University of Oporto & Institute of Histology and Embryology and IBMC, University of Porto, Portugal
   
85
THE RESULTS OF EARLY SURGERIES ON PATIENTS WITH ANTERIOR URETHRAL INJURIES
H.K. Yun
, S.R. Cho, J.S. Kim, J.B. Kwon                      
Department of Urology, Fatima Hospital, Daegu, South Korea
  
86
VENTRICULOVESICAL SHUNT: A UNIQUE SOLUTION FOR A COMMON PROBLEM
A.K. Kubaisi
                                    
Urology Department, Mosul Medical College, Mosul, Iraq
  
  
Board #
 
Topic: Urolithiasis
  
87
FACTORS CONCERNING FOLLOW-UP LOSS IN URINARY STONE PATIENTS DIAGNOSED IN EMERGENCY ROOM
D.K. Kim
, E.T. Kim                               
Eulji University Hospital, Daejeon, Korea
  
88
SODIUM RESTRICTION: FIRST STEP AS A CONSERVATIVE MEASURE IN URINARY STONE FORMERS
W.T. Kim
, S.J. Yun, H. Jang, Y.-J. Kim, S.-C. Lee, W.-J. Kim                
Department of Urology, Chungbuk National University College of Medicine, Cheongju & Daejeon Veterans Hospital, Daejeon, Korea
   
89
THE RADIO GRAPHIC APPEARANCE OF THE CALCULI IN PUT FILM & ITS EFFECTS ON THE RESULT OF EXTRA CORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY
M. Etafy
, N.I. Abdel-Hamid Ismael                                
Alazher University, Orange, New Jersey, USA
   
90
EFFECTIVENESS AND COMPLICATIONS OF ESWL IN PATIENTS WITH LARGE RENAL STONES: DO STENTS HELP?
A.A. Ploumidis
, G.I. Papadopoulos, I.E. Karyotis, G.C. Garaganis, D.I. Volanis, E.N. Serafetinides, D.S. Delakas               
Department of Urology, Asklipieio General Hospital, Voula, Athens, Greece
   
91
EFFICACY OF EXPULSIVE THERAPY USING PROPIVERINE AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY OF URETERAL STONES
T. Karagounis
, J. Heretis, N. Hondros, G. Daskalopoulos                        
Urology Department of University Hospital of Heraklion, Greece
   
92
DOES ETHYLENE CHLORIDE SPAY AFFECT THE LEVEL OF PAIN DURING EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY? PRELIMINARY RESULTS
J. Heretis
, U. Vergetaki, D. Glaritis, and F. Sofras
Urology Department, University Hospital of Crete, Heraklion, Greece
   
93
RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH RENAL TRAUMA AND PERINEPHRIC HEMATOMA FOLLOWING ELECTROMAGNETIC SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY
J. Heretis
, D. Takos, G. Patsais and F.Sofras
Urology Department of University Hospital of Heraklion, Greece
   
94
THE EFFECTS OF SWL FAILURE ON OUTCOMES OF SUBSEQUENT PNL IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL CALCULI
H.-Y. Choi
, H.-S. Moon, S.-Y. Park, Y.-T. Kim, H.-Y. Park, T.-Y. Lee                 
Hayng University Guri Hospiatl, Gyunggi-do & Seoul, Korea
  
95
THE USE OF URETEROSCOPY (URS) FOR THE TREATMENT OF URETERAL STONES
S. Koutsikos
, A. Lekas, A. Papatsoris, M. Chrisofos, I. Fokitis, C. Deliveliotis              
Department of Urology, General Hospital of Nikea, Piraeus; Department of Urology, Sismanoglio Hospital, School of Medicine, University of Athens; Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Athens & Department of Urology, Thriaseio Hospital, Elefsina, Greece
   
96
DIGITAL FLEXIBLE URETEROSCOPES: WHAT IS IMPROVED AND WHICH ARE THE LIMITATIONS?
R. Multescu
, B. Geavlete, D. Georgescu, P. Geavlete                        
"Saint John" Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
  
97
HIGHLY FLEXIBLE FIBER PROBES FOR THE TREATMENT OF STRICTURES, TUMORS IN URETER AND KIDNEY AS WELL AS STONES USING LASER TECHNOLOGY
J. Neymeyer
, A. Apostolidis, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, H. Yi, A. Gunnemann, T. Wuelfing, M. Beer                     
Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Berlin, German;  Department of Urology, No.1 Hospital of Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China & Department of Urology, Klinikum Lippe-Detmold GmbH, Germany
  
98
VALUE OF THE NTRAP(R) DURING URETEROSCOPIC LITHOTRIPSY OF UPPER URETER STONE
S. Lee
, S. Min, S. Cho                           
Department of Urology, National Police Hospital, Seoul, South of Korea
  
99
CAN RADIATION EXPOSURE DURING UPPER TRACT ENDOSCOPY BE REDUCED?
K. Wadhwa
, S. Devenish, S.R. Keoghane, B.H. Walmsley                       
South Coast Stone Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, UK
  
100
FIRST CLINICAL EXPERIENCES WITH LASER LITHOTRIPSY USING THE LOW-ENERGY LASER SHOCKWAVE MODE OF DIALOS LFD 3000
J. Neymeyer
, W. Abdul-Wahab Al-Ansari, T. Wuelfing, A. Apostolidis, H. Yi (Alan Ho), M. Beer                  
Department of Urology and Urogynecology, Franziskus-Hospital-Berlin, Berlin, Germany & Department of Urology, No.1 Hospital of Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China
  
101
MINI- PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY IN ADULT PATIENTS: FIVE YEARS OF LOCAL EXPERIENCE
I. Romanowsky
, A. Tiktinsky, E. Rosenberg, L. Lismer, J. Kaneti                    
Soroka Medical Center, Beer Sheva, Israel
  
102
PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY IN PATIENTS OVER THE AGE 70: 8 YEARS OF SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE
I. Romanowsky
, E. Rosenberg, A. Tiktinsky, L. Lismer, M. Asali, J. Kaneti                 
Soroka University Medical Center, Beer Sheva, Israel
 
103
PYELOCALICEAL MATRIX LITHIASIS: HOW CHALLENGING IS TO DIAGNOSE AND TREAT THIS RARE PATHOLOGY?
P. Geavlete
, R. Multescu, B. Geavlete, D. Georgescu, M. Jecu                    
Department of Urology, “Saint John” Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
  
104
LAPAROSCOPIC URINARY LITHIASIS SURGERY: INDICATIONS AND SURGICAL OPTIONS
A. Garcia Segui
, W. Rivero Rodriguez, E. Bercowsky, E. Banda, M. Salazar, M. Gascon, I. Gomez Fernandez, R. Gibernau            
Hospital General Mateu Orfila, Mahon, Spain; Centro Urologico C. Ardila Lulle, Bucaramanga, Colombia; Hospital Carlos Andrade Maron, Quito, Ecuador
  
 
Late Addition:
105
RELATIONSHIP WITH MALE OVERACTIVE BLADDER AND INTRAVESICAL PROSTATIC PROTRUSION IN THE PATIENTS WITH BPH
Y.S. Kim, D.H Lee, S.K. Yang                           
NHIC Ilsan Hospital; Ewha University Mokdong Hospital & Kon-Kuk University Chungju Hospital, Geyonggi-do, South Korea
   
106
PREOPERATIVE ULTRASOUND AND INTRAOPERATIVE FINDINGS OF INGUINAL HERNIAS IN CHILDREN
Y.S. Kim
, D.H Lee, S.K. Yang                           
NHIC Ilsan Hospital; Ewha University Mokdong Hospital & Kon-Kuk University Chungju Hospital, Geyonggi-do, South Korea
    

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