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A pilot study on pelvic floor symptoms in women living with Female GenitalMutilation/Cutting: preliminary results
IUGA Academy, Patrick Dallenbach, 213090
Clinical effectiveness and safety of surgical treatments for stress urinary incontinence: a network meta-analysis
IUGA Academy, Lucky Saraswat, 213108
Differentiation of skeletal muscle myocytes from patient-specific, induced pluripotent stem cells derived from urine of women with stress urinary incontinence
IUGA Academy, Mark Kibschull, 213122
Is EpiNo Birth Trainer an effective tool to reduce pelvic floor injury among primiparous women? First Italian prospective randomized-controlled single-blind ongoing Study
IUGA Academy, Paola Pifarotti, 213140
Can Lumbosacral Magnetic Resonance Imaging be Performed Safely in Patients with a Sacral Neuromodulation Device?
IUGA Academy, Javier Pizarro-Berdichevsky, 213144
Position, Where and How? Does delivery position, place and mode of delivery affect the risk of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries (OASIS)
IUGA Academy, Ana Sofia Da Silva, 213156
Reducing obstetric anal sphincter injuries in a tertiary hospital with high perineal support rate
IUGA Academy, Jose Antonio Saavedra Arcas, 213158
Complications of incontinence and prolapse surgery: Evaluation, intervention, and resolution - an interactive review from both specialties
IUGA Academy, Howard Goldman, 219287
Complications of incontinence and prolapse surgery: Evaluation, intervention, and resolution - an interactive review from both specialties
IUGA Academy, Catherine Matthews, 219288
Complications of incontinence and prolapse surgery: Evaluation, intervention, and resolution - an interactive review from both specialties
IUGA Academy, Javier Pizarro-Berdichevsky, 219289
Complications of incontinence and prolapse surgery: Evaluation, intervention, and resolution - an interactive review from both specialties
IUGA Academy, Sandip Vasavada, 219290
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Sohier Elneil, 219281
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Anni Baha Khan, 219282
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Raj Khasriya, 219283
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Keng Jin Ng, 219284
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Jure Tornic, 219285
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Ian Tucker, 219286
Neuro-urogynecology SIG workshop: New pain syndromes we need to address
IUGA Academy, Sheela Swamy, 221466
Chronic Genito-Pelvic Pain and Overactive Pelvic Floor
IUGA Academy, Course Faculty, 218929
Bladder Pain Syndrome, Interstitial Cystitis and OPF
IUGA Academy, Mauro Cervigni, 218925
Female Voiding Difficulty - Evaluation and Management
IUGA Academy, Howard Goldman, 218926
Overactive Pelvic Floor, sexual pain disorders and Sexual Function
IUGA Academy, Anna Padoa, 218927
The Pathophysiology of the Overactive Pelvic Floor
IUGA Academy, Linda McLean, 218924
Physiotherapists Approach to the Overactive Pelvic Floor
IUGA Academy, Melanie Morin, 218928
Thigh Exploration for Mesh Excision of a Transobturator Sling
IUGA Academy, Alana Murphy & Howard B. Goldman, 218997
JUNE E-Lecture: If nail is hammer, is prolapse Hysterectomy? The role for uterine conservation
IUGA Academy, Beri Ridgeway, 218998
Uterosacral Ligament Colpopexy: The Way We Do It
IUGA Academy, Tonya N. Thomas, Lauren N. Siff & Mark D. Walters, 218832
MAY E-Lecture: Evaluation, evidence and experience in managing UTI's
IUGA Academy, Deborah Myers, 214364
APRIL E-Lecture: Secrets of the posterior compartment - When and how to do a good repair
IUGA Academy, Catherine A. Matthews, 212155
MARCH E-Lecture: Urinary Tract Injury in Gynaecological Surgery
IUGA Academy, Peter Dwyer & Debjyoti Karmakar, 209971
FEBRUARY E-Lecture: Pelvic Organ Prolapse Definition and Classification
IUGA Academy, Steven Swift, 206300
JANUARY E-Lecture: Iatrogenic Obstruction After Sling Surgery
IUGA Academy, Howard Goldman, 205751
Mini State of the Art - Is there an Association between POP and OAB?
IUGA Academy, Dudley Robinson, 190584
OSTEOPATHIC INTRAVAGINAL TREATMENT IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH LOW BACK PAIN
IUGA Academy, Anja Wiesner, 175242
REFRACTORY PUDENDAL PAIN AND PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION CAUSED BY INTRAPELVIC NERVE ENTRAPMENTS - A REVIEW OF 50 CONSECUTIVE CASES
IUGA Academy, Nucelio Lemos, 175241
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PELVIC ORGAN PROTRUSION, LEVATOR ANI DESCENT, AND HIATAL ENLARGEMENT IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Anne Sammarco, 175229
COEXISTENCE OF BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME AND ENDOMETRIOSIS IN WOMEN WITH CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN
IUGA Academy, Angamuthu Arunkalaivanan, 175239
THE ANTICHOLINERGIC BURDEN OF WOMEN REFERRED TO UROGYNAECOLOGY
IUGA Academy, Natasha Curtiss, 175249
PREDICTORS OF RING PESSARY SUCCESS
IUGA Academy, Hans Peter Dietz, 175228
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 INCONTINENCE<
IUGA Academy, PA Castillo, 175238
ASSESSING QUALITY OF LIFE AND PERSISTENCE IN PATIENTS PRESCRIBED MIRABEGRON IN ROUTINE CLINICAL PRACTICE RESULTS FROM A PAN-EUROPEAN NON-INTERVENTIONAL STUDY
IUGA Academy, Bob Freeman, 175248
SACROSPINOUS LIGAMENT FIXATION FOR HYSTEROPEXY: DOES CONCOMITANT ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR FIXATION IMPROVE SURGICAL OUTCOME?
IUGA Academy, Tsia-Shu Lo, 175227
INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE: SURVEY WITH GYNECOLOGISTS AND OBSTETRICIANS IN BRAZIL
IUGA Academy, Glaucia Pereira, 175237
SLING OUTCOMES IN DIABETIC AND NON-DIABETIC WOMEN: DO DIFFERENCES EXIST? A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE TOMUS DATA
IUGA Academy, Heidi Brown, 175247
INTERNAL CONSISTENCY AND RELIABILITY OF THE POLISH VERSION OF THE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE/INCONTINENCE SEXUAL QUESTIONNAIRE, IUGA-REVISED (PISQ-IR)
IUGA Academy, Magdalena Grzybowska, 175236
VAGINAL LAXITY - PREVALENCE, IMPACT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN ATTENDING A UROGYNAECOLOGY CLINIC.
IUGA Academy, Patrick Campbell, 175235
WHAT ARE PATIENT GOALS AFTER AN ANTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY OPERATION?
IUGA Academy, Karin Glavind, 175225
VULVODYNIA SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON DRUG TREATMENT
IUGA Academy, Glaucia Pereira, 175234
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 PHASE 3
IUGA Academy, Dudley Robinson, 175246
MAXIMIZING THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF ROBOTIC-ASSISTED SACROCOLPOPEXY THROUGH OPERATING ROOM COST CONTAINMENT INITIATIVES
IUGA Academy, Briana Walton, 175224
BODY-IMAGE AND PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN A BRAZILIAN POPULATION: VALIDATION OF THE BIPOP QUESTIONNAIRE AND CORRELATION WITH ATRACTIVENESS AND SEXUAL FUNCTION SCORES
IUGA Academy, Mariana Rosique, 175233
CYSTODISTENSION AS A TREATMENT FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER - RESULTS OF AN RCT
IUGA Academy, Aswini Balachandran, 175245
PREDICTORS FOR DETRUSOR OVERACTIVITY FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE VAGINAL PELVIC RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
IUGA Academy, Rami Ibrahim, 175223
MIND OVER MATTER: TREATING INCONTINENCE WITH COMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTION
IUGA Academy, Elizabeth Meller, 175244
DOES LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE INJURY AFFECT THE EFFICACY OF VAGINAL PESSARY IN WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Rachel CHEUNG, 175221
VAGINAL ATROPHY TREATMENT USING MICROABLATIVE FRACTIONAL CARBON DIOXIDE LASER: A RANDOMIZED PATIENT AND EVALUATOR-BLINDED SHAM-CONTROLLED TRIAL, AN INTERRIM ANALYSIS
IUGA Academy, Purim Ruanphoo, 175231
SURGERY FOR RECURRENT STRESS INCONTINENCE IN THE UK 2007-2015
IUGA Academy, Douglas Tincello, 175243
Debate: Blinded by or Seeing the Light - Laser is the Best Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy - Vaginal Oestrogens -Timothy Hillard
IUGA Academy, Timothy Hillard, 183878
Debate: Blinded by or Seeing the Light - Laser is the Best Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy - Vaginal Oestrogens - Shawna Johnston
IUGA Academy, Shawna L. Johnston, 183879
Debate: Blinded by or Seeing the Light – Laser is the Best Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy - Lasers - Oscar Aguirre and Adrian Gaspar
IUGA Academy, Adrian Gaspar, 183877
Mini State of the Art - MUT/Sling Update: Is there a need to revisit the Transobturator Tape/Sling
IUGA Academy, Wael Agur, 183875
THE EXPRESSION OF MAJOR ECM PROTEINS-COLLAGEN AND ELASTIN-IS ENHANCED BY LOCAL ESTROGEN THERAPY IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH SEVERE POP
IUGA Academy, Tanya Tyagi, 175213
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
IUGA Academy, Yue Chang, 175212
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)
IUGA Academy, Mark Kibschull, 175210
IS METABOLIC SYNDROME INFLUENCING FACTOR IN FEMALE LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS?
IUGA Academy, Hana Yoon, 175209
INCIDENCE OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS IN WOMEN WITH POST OPERATIVE VOIDING DYSFUNCTION
IUGA Academy, Bernadette Brown, 175208
PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF THE INCIDENCE OF OASIS BETWEEN A WESTERN AND ASIAN HOSPITAL USING A SINGLE EXAMINER
IUGA Academy, Lucy Bates, 175219
THE SAFETY OF TENS ON CERVICAL CANCER PATIENTS
IUGA Academy, Xiuli Sun, 175207
DOES THE PRESENCE OF A TRUE RECTOCELE INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD OF SYMPTOMS OF PROLAPSE?
IUGA Academy, Bernadette Brown, 175218
VOIDING DYSFUNCTIONS AFTER MIDURETRHAL SLING PLACEMENT IN A LARGE DATASET COHORT
IUGA Academy, Trinidad Raby, 175206
3C OR NOT TO SEE? SHOULD CONSULTANT PRESENCE BE MANDATORY FOR ALL OBSTETRIC ANAL SPHINCTER INJURIES INVOLVING THE INTERNAL ANAL SPHINCTER?
IUGA Academy, Ka Woon (Kandice) Wong, 175217
EVALUATION OF DETRUSOR OXYGENATION IN PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME/INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS
IUGA Academy, Karla Rebullar, 175205
INTERVIEW-BASED OR SELF-ADMINISTERED ST. MARK'S INCONTINENCE SCORE, - IS THERE A DIFFERENCE?
IUGA Academy, Hege Holmo Johannessen, 175216
FUNCTIONALITY OF TELEMEDICINE PLATFORM IN FEMALES WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY TO MANAGE NEUROGENIC BLADDER AND PREVENT URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
IUGA Academy, Emily Deegan, 175204
GENITAL HIATUS AND PERINEAL BODY MEASURES: CORRELATION WITH DEFECATORY SYMPTOMS
IUGA Academy, LEONARDO BEZERRA, 175215
DOES SPINAL ANESTHESIA FOR OUTPATIENT UROGYNECOLOGIC SURGERY INCREASE RATES OF URINARY RETENTION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
IUGA Academy, Alexandriah Alas, 175203
REVIEW OF CLINICAL PRACTICE AFTER INTRODUCTION OF RISK REDUCING STRATEGIES TO PREVENT OASIS
IUGA Academy, Niki Dykes, 175214
Panel Discussion: Birth Trauma, A Necessary Evil? - Epidemiology
IUGA Academy, Victoria Handa, 183871
Panel Discussion: Birth Trauma, A Necessary Evil? - Primary Prevention
IUGA Academy, Colin Birch, 183872
Panel Discussion: Birth Trauma, A Necessary Evil? - Secondary Prevention
IUGA Academy, Chantale Dumoulin, 183873
Panel Discussion: Birth Trauma, A Necessary Evil? - Midwifery Perspective
IUGA Academy, Jennifer Kruger, 183874
ESTABLISHING RADIATION RISKS FOR VIDEOCYSTOURETHROGRAPHY
IUGA Academy, Angie Rantell, 175306
NON-INVASIVE METHOD TO DIAGNOSE, WITHOUT MATERIAL RESOURCES, HIGH POST VOID RESIDUAL URINE VOLUME AFTER PROLAPSE OR INCONTINENCE SURGERY
IUGA Academy, Maria Emilia Alcoba Gutierrez, 175316
ULTRASSONOGRAPHIC FINDINGS OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES FROM LATE POSTPARTUM WOMEN: COMPARISON BETWEEN WOMEN THAT UNDERWENT CESAREAN AND VAGINAL DELIVERIES
IUGA Academy, Mariana Rosique, 175326
TRANSLATION AND VALIDATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION ON INCONTINENCE QUESTIONNAIRE-VAGINAL SYMPTOMS (ICIQ-VS) IN DANISH
IUGA Academy, Louise Arenholt, 175296
RISK FACTORS FOR POSITIVE URINE CULTURE PRIOR TO REFERRAL TO UROGYNECOLOGY CLINIC
IUGA Academy, Renee Rolston, 175305
COMPLICATION RATE ON THE LEARNING CURVE OF LAPAROSCOPIC SACRAL (HYSTERO-)COLPOPEXY
IUGA Academy, MIJA Blaganje, 175315
PREVALENCE OF PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTIONS IN PRIMIPAROUS 12 TO 24 MONTHS AFTER VAGINAL DELIVERY
IUGA Academy, Glaucia Pereira, 175325
RECURRENCE OF PROLAPSE FOLLOWING VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY WITH AND WITHOUT VAGINAL VAULT FIXATION: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW
IUGA Academy, Ira Dominique Malonzo, 175295
URINARY INCONTINENCE SYMPTOMS IN WOMEN WITH ANTERIOR PROLAPSE: DOES THE ASSOCIATED APICAL PROLAPSE MATTER?
IUGA Academy, LEONARDO BEZERRA, 175304
CAN WE REPLACE THE CATHETER WHEN EVALUATING URINARY RESIDUALS?
IUGA Academy, George Araklitis, 175303
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.
IUGA Academy, Sara Houlihan, 175313
PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS IN A COHORT OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY AND ANTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Ryan Joseph Lirazan, 175293
HOW ACCURATE ARE WE IN URETHRAL MOBILITY ASSESSMENT? - SUBJECTIVE VS OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT
IUGA Academy, Kamil Švabík, 175302
Early complications of an ultra light weight transvaginal mesh
IUGA Academy, Philippe Ferry, 175312
IN VIVO ASSESSMENT OF LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE ELASTIC PROPERTIES. PRELIMINARY RESULTS.
IUGA Academy, Bertrand Gachon, 175322
ANALYSIS OF THE ABILITY OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN THE EVALUATION OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Marair Sartori, 175292
WHY DO WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE USE PADS? A STUDY OF RISK FACTORS AND URODYNAMIC FINDINGS
IUGA Academy, Mohamed Elhodaiby, 175301
COMPARATIVE ROLES OF DIFFERENT PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES BASELINE ACTIVITIES IN FEMALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Jenn-Ming Yang, 175321
TO COMPARE THE INCIDENCE, RISK FACTORS, AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER CESAREAN SECTION AND VAGINAL DELIVERY- A CHORT STUDY
IUGA Academy, Ching-Chung Liang, 175320

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