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ADHERENCE AND FOLLOW-UP TO PESSARY USING EDUCATIONAL VIDEO: PROSPECTIVE COURT
IUGA Academy, Camila Vasconcelos, 175327
WHAT ARE THE CLINICAL FACTORS THAT ARE PREDICTIVE OF PERSISTENT PESSARY USE AT 12 MONTHS?
IUGA Academy, Michelle Chan, 175328
THE SAFETY, OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE OUTCOME OF LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY WITHOUT RETROPERITONEALISATION OF MESH: A LONG TERM COHORT STUDY
IUGA Academy, W. (Wenche) Klerkx, 175329
LEVATOR AVULSION: HOW LIKELY IS A FALSE POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS?
IUGA Academy, Hans Peter Dietz, 175332
A SURVEY OF PATIENT FACTORS IMPACTING ACQUISITION OF HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS
IUGA Academy, Alexandra Bain, 175333
DROP OFF THE CURTAIN: IS OVERWEIGHT OR OBESITY REALLY IMPORTANT RISK FACTOR OF SYMPTOMATIC PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE?
IUGA Academy, Balint Farkas, 175334
OUTCOME OF WOMEN WHO RECEIVED LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Shing Chee Chan, 175335
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
IUGA Academy, Henry Castro, 175336
ANATOMICAL OUTCOMES COMPARED BETWEEN OPEN AND LAPAROCOPIC SACRAL COLPOPEXY AT 24 MONTHS FOLLOW UP
IUGA Academy, Carlos Rondini, 175337
PREVALECE AND RISK FACTORS FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN WOMEN FROM A RIVERSIDE AND URBAN REGIONS OF BRAZILIAN AMAZON: COMPARATIVE STUDY
IUGA Academy, Aljerry Rego, 175338
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 XENOGRAFT,
IUGA Academy, Matteo Balzarro, 175339
COMPARISON OF LEVATOR ANI MUSCLE DAMAGE IN PATIENTS WITH CLINICALLY SIGNFICANT PREDOMINANT ANTERIOR COMPARTMENT PROLAPSE AND POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Aparna Hegde, 175340
MEDIUM-TERM COMPARISON OF UTERINE SPARING VERSUS HYSTERECTOMY IN PELVIC RECONSTRUCTION TREATED WITH ELEVATED SYSTEM MESH
IUGA Academy, Kuan-Hui Huang, 175341
RISK FACTORS FOR ANATOMIC FAILURE AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC OR ABDOMINAL SACRAL COLPOPEXY
IUGA Academy, Renee Rolston, 175342
PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF 18-MONTH EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF THE ELEVATE AND CALISTAR ANTERIOR MESH PROCEDURES
IUGA Academy, Artur Rogowski, 175344
LAPAROSCOPIC SACROCOLPOPEXY VERSUS TRANSVAGINAL APPROACH USING UPHOLD MESH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Fei-Chi Chuang, 175346
DOES ANTI-INCONTINENCE SURGERY AFFECT URINARY INCONTINENCE-SPECIFIC QUALITY OF LIFE IN PROLAPSE PATIENTS AFTER TRANS-VAGINAL MESH SURGERY?
IUGA Academy, Manami Kinjo, 175347
COUGH, STRAIN, OR VALSALVA ? WHO CARES ?
IUGA Academy, Dina El-Hamamsy, 175351
SINGLE-INCISION MESH REPAIR VERSUS NATIVE TISSUE REPAIR FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Anna Padoa, 175354
DAILY USED CUBE PESSARIES IN WOMEN WITH PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: FITTING, INFLUENCE ON PELVIC FLOOR FUNCTION
IUGA Academy, Grzegorz Surkont, 175355
CONSERVATIVE CARE AND OUTPATIENT MESH EXPOSURE EXCISION AFTER TRANSVAGINAL MESH PROLAPSE REPAIR
IUGA Academy, Chutimon Asumpinwong, 175357
LAPAROSCOPIC SACRALCOLPOPEXY VERSUS PERMANENT SUTURE FOR VAGINAL APICAL REPAIR: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY OF ANATOMICAL RESULTS
IUGA Academy, Julio Alvarez, 175358
FDA WARNINGS: THE IMPACT ON THE USE OF MESH KITS IN A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
IUGA Academy, Harvard Z Lin, 175360
SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES OF TRANSVAGINAL MINIMAL MESH REPAIR FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Yu Wei Chang, 175361
ORIGINAL FLOW CHART FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF HYDROURETERONEPHROSIS AFTER PESSARY PLACEMENT
IUGA Academy, Matteo Balzarro, 175363
SHORT TERM OUTCOMES OF THE MINIMAL MESH TVM FOR THE TREATMENT OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Naoko Takazawa, 175365
TRANSVAGINAL MESH REPAIR OF PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Robert Molnar, 175367
RISK FACTORS FOR MESH EXPOSURE AFTER TRANSVAGINAL MESH SURGERY
IUGA Academy, Ke Niu, 175368
VAGINECTOMY WITH CONCOMITANT VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY: A PREFERABLE RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURE FOR ADVANCED STAGE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Pattaya Hengrasmee (THAILAND), 175369
CLINICAL OUTCOME OF RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY WITH ANTERIOR VAGINAL MESH AND UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT COLPOPEXY FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Aki Takase, 175371
THE CLINICAL EFFICACY OF BIOLOGIC MESH AND SYNTHETIC MESH FOR PELVIC FLOOR RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
IUGA Academy, Tingting Cao, 175372
LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF SACROSPINOUS COLPOPEXY AND SACROSPINOUS HYSTERECTOMY FOR TREATING FEMALE PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Gin-Den Chen, 175376
PESSARY USE IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE IN WOMEN
IUGA Academy, Carlos Rondini, 175379
THIS LITTLE PIGGY'S ON THE MARKET
IUGA Academy, George Araklitis, 175380
A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF TRANSOBTURATOR TAPE'S OUTCOME IN LONG- TERM: SINGLE SURGEON EXPERIENCE OF 152 CONSECUTIVE CASES
IUGA Academy, Marilene Monteiro, 175382
URINARY NGF IN OAB AFTER ANTIMUSCARINICS TREATMENTS
IUGA Academy, Hana Yoon, 175383
CLASSIC TRANSOBTURATOR TAPE PLACEMENT VERSUS INTRAOPERATIVE SLING TENSION ADJUSTMENT: EIGHT YEARS FOLLOW UP
IUGA Academy, Francisco Kaplan, 175385
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BURCH COLPOSUSPENSION AND TRANSOBTURATOR VAGINAL TAPE PROCEDURE IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Jai Sharma, 175386
RETROPUBIC VERSUS TRANSOBTURATOR MID URETHRAL SLING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE OVERACTIVE BLADDER COMPONENT OF MIXED URINARY INCONTINENCE: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY
IUGA Academy, Carlos Rondini, 175388
OUTCOMES OF SUB URETHRAL SLINGS FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN THE OBESE POPULATION
IUGA Academy, Hemikaa Devakumar, 175389
DOES SEVERITY OF OAB AFFECT THE OUTCOME OF CONSERVATIVE THERAPY?
IUGA Academy, Aneta Obloza, 175392
QOL AND OBJECTIVE OUTCOME IN WOMEN WITH TAPE DIVISION AFTER SURGERY FOR SUI
IUGA Academy, Daniela Ulrich, 175393
QUALITY OF INFORMATION ON THE INTERNET RELATED TO OVERACTIVE BLADDER: AN ANALYSIS OF QUALITY AND READABILITY OF PATIENT-TARGETED WEBSITES.
IUGA Academy, Aisling Clancy, 175394
CAN THE ANTERIOR VAGINAL WALL REPAIR SURGERY INFLUENCE THE RESULTS OF MIDDLE URETHRAL SLING? LONG-TERM RESULTS AFTER 7 YEARS FOLLOW-UP
IUGA Academy, Matteo Balzarro, 175395
ERBIUM-YAG LASER: OUR 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE FOR TREATMENT PELVIC FLOOR DISFUNCTION
IUGA Academy, Inna Apolikhina, 175397
BULKAMID®: SHOULD WE BULK-A-LOT?
IUGA Academy, Ka Woon (Kandice) Wong, 175401
TENDENCY OF BODY COMPOSITION COMPONENTS BY HIGH-PRECISION BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS IN JAPANESE FEMALE PELVIC FLOOR DISEASE
IUGA Academy, Hitomi Sasaki, 175403
EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF PROPIVERINE CHLORIDE FLEXIBLE DOSEIN FEMALE MIXED URINARY INCONTINENCE PATIENTS
IUGA Academy, Hana Yoon, 175405
A REPORT OF 5-YEAR OUTCOME OF TVT-SECUR SURGERY FOR WOMEN WITH URODYNAMIC STRESS INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Osanna Yee Ki Wan, 175406
HORSEBACK RIDING FITNESS MACHINE: DOES IT IMPROVE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE CONTRACTION?
IUGA Academy, Yasukuni Yoshimura, 175407
EFFECT OF SINGLE-SESSION, CRYOGEN COOLED MONOPOLAR RADIOFREQUENCY THERAPY ON VAGINAL LAXITY AND ITS EFFECT ON URINARY INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Bruce Allan, 175410
PRP INJECTIONS IN THE TREATMENT FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Inna Apolikhina, 175411
EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH DURASPHERE BLADDER NECK BULKING AGENT
IUGA Academy, Douglas Tincello, 175412
USE OF ELECTRONIC QUESTIONNAIRES TO PROVIDE PATIENT-CENTRIC HEALTHCARE IN OVERACTIVE BLADDER
IUGA Academy, Cristina Palmer, 175415
UTILITY OF BLADDER DIARIES CONTAINING FREQUENCY VOLUME CHARTS (FCV)
IUGA Academy, Amy O'Boyle, 175416
QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH CLEAN INTERMITTENT SELF-CATHETERIZATION WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY
IUGA Academy, Maria Del Rocio Gomez, 175417
TRANSLATION AND CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF A STANDARDIZED INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION ON INCONTINENCE MODULAR QUESTIONNAIRE - VAGINAL SYMPTOMS (ICIQ-VS) TO SPANISH
IUGA Academy, Camilo Fonseca, 175420
NATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGY SURVEY OF PELVIC FLOOR UNITS IN CHILE: FIRST STEP TO IMPROVE ACCESS INEQUALITY
IUGA Academy, Julio Alvarez, 175421
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCY SEVERITY AND SEXUAL DISFUNCTION IN WOMEN
IUGA Academy, LEONARDO BEZERRA, 175422
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
IUGA Academy, Linda McLean, 175427
OCULT VERSUS SYMPTOMATIC STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: COMPARATIVE STUDY
IUGA Academy, LEONARDO BEZERRA, 175428
BLADDER NECK MOBILITY IN STRESS CONTINENT AND INCONTINENT MALAY WOMEN
IUGA Academy, Fernandi Moegni, 175429
THE RING THAT CAN CONCEAL AND REVEAL AT THE SAME TIME
IUGA Academy, George Araklitis, 175430
DYNAMIC CYSTOSCOPY FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF URINARY INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Magali Robert, 175431
COMPARISON OF WATER & AIR-CHARGED TRANSDUCER CATHETERS IN THE EVALUATION OF URETHRAL PRESSURES & ISD
IUGA Academy, Tim McKinney, 175433
PURE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE: PREVALENCE, COSTS AND FINANCIAL IMPACT
IUGA Academy, Emanuele Rubilotta, 175434
RISK FACTORS FOR MICROSCOPIC HEMATURIA IN WOMEN REFERRED TO UROGYNECOLOGY
IUGA Academy, Renee Rolston, 175436
MANAGEMENT OF BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION AFTER A SINGLE-INCISION MIDURETHRAL SLING PROCEDURE USING TAPE ELONGATION
IUGA Academy, Thomas Hung, 175437
SPECIALIST NURSE VERSUS NON-SPECIALIST NURSE CARE FOLLOWING HYSTEROPEXY
IUGA Academy, Hui Men Selina Chin, 175438
ROBOTIC REPAIR OF SUPRATRIGONAL VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA WITH SIGMOID EPIPLOICA APPENDAGE INTERPOSITION: A CASE SERIES
IUGA Academy, Derrick Sanderson, 175440
SURGICAL RESULTS OF LAPAROSCOPIC SACRAL VAGINAL FUSION SURGERY FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Tokiwa Shino, 175441
PROSPECTIVE NON-COMPARATIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A PIXEL CO2 LASER SYSTEM IN THE TREATMENT OF VULVOVAGINAL ATROPHY: INTERIM ANALYSIS
IUGA Academy, Jeffrey Schachar, 175442
THE IMPACT OF SACRAL NEUROMODULATION ON SEXUAL FUNCTION
IUGA Academy, Pedro Oliveira, 175443
ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS IN YOUNG AND SEXUAL ACTIVE WOMEN
IUGA Academy, Matteo Balzarro, 175445
BACLOFEN: A FORGOTTEN DRUG FOR VOIDING DYSFUNCTION
IUGA Academy, Laura Martin, 175446
OBSTRUCTIVE VOIDING SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYNDROME
IUGA Academy, Ariel Zilberlicht, 175447
RANDOMIZED, CROSS-OVER STUDY COMPARING HYDROPHILIC COMPACT CATHETERS VS. STANDARD CATHETERS FOR USING INTERMITTENT SELF CATHETERIZATION
IUGA Academy, Tomonori Yamanishi, 175449
PERINEAL HYPERMOBILITY, AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF OBSTRUCTIVE DEFECATION ?
IUGA Academy, Maria Emilia Alcoba Gutierrez, 175450
PREVALENCE AND QUALITY OF LIFE IMPACT OF COLORECTAL SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH SYMPTOMATIC PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
IUGA Academy, Marco Arellano, 175452
ANAL SPHINCTER TRAUMA: HOW LIKELY IS A FALSE POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS ON EXO- ANAL TOMOGRAPHIC ULTRASOUND?
IUGA Academy, Hans Peter Dietz, 175453
IS THERE A GENUINE CORRELATION BETWEEN MUCP AND URETHRAL DESCENT? A COMPARISON OF URODYNAMIC AND ULTRASOUND DATA.
IUGA Academy, Jaromir Masata, 175455
PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTIONS IN PRIMIPAROUS:TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND AND OBSTETRICS RISK FACTORS
IUGA Academy, Glaucia Pereira, 175456
RELATIONS BETWEEN BRUXISM AND PELVI-PERINEAL PAIN ON A PROSPECTIVE SERIES OF 92 PATIENTS.
IUGA Academy, Murielle Mollo, 175458
BIOFEEDBACK THERAPY COMBINED WITH DIET TO TREATING ODS (ANISMUS); 2 YEARS OUTCOME
IUGA Academy, Tahereh Forooghifar, 183424
CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT OF UROGENITAL FISTULAS AT A TERTIARY REFERRAL CENTER IN SAUDI ARABIA
IUGA Academy, Ashraf Dawood, 183425
DOES GABAPENTIN REDUCE OPIOID USE POSTOPERATIVELY? ("GROUP" STUDY): A RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL IN WOMEN UNDERGOING RECONSTRUCTIVE PELVIC SURGERY
IUGA Academy, Danny Lovatsis, 183426
NON-ABLATIVE FRACTIONATED INTRAVAGINAL RADIOFREQUENCY IN TREATMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE- PRELIMINARY RESULS
IUGA Academy, Zsuzsanna Jarmy-di-Bella, 183427
TVT-R SPACE OF RETZIUS INFILTRATION: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW
IUGA Academy, Petrus Kruger, 183428
THE MANCHESTER-FOTHERGILL PROCEDURE VERSUS VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF UTERINE PROLAPSE: A MATCHED COHORT STUDY
IUGA Academy, Niels Klarskov, 183848
RISK FACTORS FOR PROLAPSE RECURRENCE- SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
IUGA Academy, Talia Friedman, 183847
FIVE-YEAR OUTCOMES OF UTEROSACRAL LIGAMENT SUSPENSION OR SACROSPINOUS LIGAMENT FIXATION FOR APICAL PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL
IUGA Academy, Eric Jelovsek, 183846
An IUGA - ICS joint report on the terminology for female anorectal dysfunction
IUGA Academy, Abdul Sultan, 167208
RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE OUTCOME OF THE TVT -ABBREVO
IUGA Academy, Hosam El Halwagy, 142577
CONSIDERATIONS FOR POST-OPERATIVE REHABILITATION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN UROGYNECOLOGY
IUGA Academy, Jessica McKinney, 142578
SEXUAL PURSUITS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE!
IUGA Academy, Angie Rantell, 142576
LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF SEXUAL FUNCTION IN WOMEN AFTER TENSION-FREE VAGINAL TAPE OPERATION FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
IUGA Academy, Karin Glavind, 142575
SHOULD SCREENING FOR SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION BE A ROUTINE PART OF UROGYNAECOLOGICY ASSESSMENT?
IUGA Academy, Angie Rantell, 142574
IS YOUR SEX LIFE OVER IF YOU HAVE A PELVIC FLOOR DISORDER?
IUGA Academy, Geoffrey Cundiff, 142572
A LONG TERM STUDY OF INTRAVESICAL DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE (DMSO) THERAPY FOR INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/BLADDER PAIN SYNDROME (IC/BPS)
IUGA Academy, Takeya Kitta, 142570
WHICH BLADDER INSTILLATIONS ARE MORE EFFECTIVE? DMSO VS. BUPIVICAINE/HEPARIN/TRIAMCINALONE: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW
IUGA Academy, Shilpa Iyer, 142569

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