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25th Congress of the ESPU

Thursday 8, May 2014 08:10 - 08:20 08:20 - 09:08 08:20 - 08:23 Opening Remarks S2: VUR

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

08:23 - 08:26

08:26 - 08:29

08:29 - 08:32

Moderators: Rien Nijman, Arne Stenberg S2-1 (PP) IS TOP-DOWN APPROACH REALLY LESS STRESSFUL FOR THE CHILD AND FAMILY: CHALLENGING THE DOGMA Murat MERMERKAYA1, Parviz HAJIYEV1, Ozg AYDOGDU2, Faraj AFANDIYEV1, Evren SER1, Berk BURGU3 and Tarkan SOYGR3 1) University of Ankara, Department of Urology, Ankara, TURKEY - 2) Izmir University, Department of Urology, Ankara, TURKEY - 3) University of Ankara, Department of Pediatric Urology, Ankara, TURKEY S2-2 (PP) PEDIATRIC CYSTOGRAM: ARE WE CONSIDERING AGE-ADJUSTED BLADDER CAPACITY? Luis GUERRA, Stephen WANG and Michael LEONARD CHEO - University of Ottawa, Surgery - Urology, Ottawa, CANADA S2-3 (PP) SCORING SYSTEM FOR PROGNOSIS OF HIGHGRADE VESICOURETERAL REFLUX IN INFANTS Sofia SJSTRM1, Rune SIXT2, Eira STOKLAND3, Hansson SVERKER4 and Ulla SILLN1 1) The Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital, Dpt of Pediatric Surgery/Urology, Gothenburg, SWEDEN - 2) The Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital, Dpt of Physiology, Gothenburg, SWEDEN - 3) The Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital, Dpt of Radiology, Gothenburg, SWEDEN - 4) The Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital, Dpt of Pediatrics, Gothenburg, SWEDEN S2-4 (PP) ENDOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF VESICOURETERAL REFLUX USING TWO DIFFERENT BULKING AGENTS: A NOVEL MATERIAL POLYACRILATE POLYALCOHOL COPOLYMER VS DEXTRANOMERE HYALURONIC ACID Ali TEKIN1, Ismail YAGMUR1, Ulkum Zafer DOKUMCU2, Raziye ERGUN1, Ali AVANOGLU1 and Ibrahim ULMAN1 1) Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Division of Pediatric Urology, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Izmir, TURKEY - 2) Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Izmir, TURKEY

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08:32 - 08:35

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

S2-5 (PP) REVISITING THE EAU PAEDIATRIC UROLOGY GUIDELINE RISK GROUPING ON VESICOURETERAL REFLUX: SHALL WE CHALLENGE OURSELVES? Serhat GROCAK1, zgr TAN1, Cenk ACAR2, Iyimser RE3, Irfan ATAY1, Esat AK1 and Zafer SINIK4 1) Gazi university school of medicine, Urology, Ankara, TURKEY - 2) Acibadem University, school of medicine, Urology, Istanbul, TURKEY - 3) Osmangazi University Faculty of Medicine, Urology, Eskisehir, TURKEY - 4) Pamukkale University, school of medicine, Urology, Denizli, TURKEY 08:35 - 08:38 S2-6 (PP) WHAT IS THE RISK OF UTI IN CHILDREN WITH ANTENATALLY-PRESENTING VUR? Kathryn EVANS, Mary NWANKWO, Abraham CHERIAN, Peter CUCKOW, Imran MUSHTAQ, Divyesh DESAI and Naima SMEULDERS Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, Urology, London, UNITED KINGDOM 08:38 - 08:41 S2-7 (PP) SHOULD OPEN INTRAVESICAL URETERONEOCYSTOSTOMY REMAIN THE GOLD STANDARD FOR VESICOURETERAL REFLUX IN THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE ERA? George STEINHARDT Helen DeVos Childrens Hospital, Pediatric Urology, Grand Rapids, USA 08:41 - 08:42 S2-8 (DP) THE IMPACT OF NICE GUIDELINES ON THE MANAGEMENT OF UTI IN CHILDREN. Boma ADIKIBI, Emily BROADIS, Rania KRONFLI, Salvatore CASCIO, Martyn FLETT and Stuart OTOOLE Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Department of Paediatric Surgery, Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM 08:42 - 08:43 S2-9 (DP) CLINICAL AND RADIOGRAPHIC SUCCESS AFTER DEXTRANOMER/HYALURONIC ACID COPOLYMER INJECTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF VESICOURETERAL REFLUX Elizabeth MALM-BUATSI1, Blake PALMER1, Faridali RAMJI2, Brad KROPP1 and Dominic FRIMBERGER1 1) The Childrens Hospital of Oklahoma, Pediatric Urology, Oklahoma, USA - 2) The Childrens Hospital of Oklahoma, Radiology, Oklahoma, USA

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08:43 - 08:44 S2-10 (DP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

A MODIFIED TOP DOWN APPROACH TO IMAGING: DMSA >= 3 MONTHS AFTER FEBRILE UTI Nicol Corbin BUSH, Melise KEAYS, Colby ADAMS, Kimberly MIZENER, Karen PRITZKER, William SMITH, Janelle TRAYLOR, Carlos VILLANUEVA and Warren SNODGRASS Childrens Medical Center, Pediatric Urology, Dallas, USA 08:44 - 09:08 09:08 - 09:44 S3: IMAGING Moderators: Anthony Caldamone, Sebastian Ionescu S3-1 (PP) RADIATION BURDEN OF DIRECT ISOTOPE CYSTOGRAPHY COMPARED TO CONVENTIONAL FLUOROSCOPIC CYSTOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN Bernhard HAID1, Tanja BECKER1, Mark KOEN1, Christoph BERGER1, Lisa WAGENHUBER1, Werner LANGSTEGER2, Ernst PUTZ3, Stephanie HAID4 and Josef OSWALD1 1) Hospital of the sisters of charity, Department of pediatric urology, Linz, AUSTRIA - 2) Hospital of the sisters of charity, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Linz, AUSTRIA - 3) Hospital of the sisters of charity, Department of Radiooncology, Linz, AUSTRIA - 4) Hospital of the sisters of charity, Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Linz, AUSTRIA 09:11 - 09:14 S3-2 (PP) COMPARISON OF DIMERCAPTOSUCCINIC ACID RENAL SCAN AND RENAL ULTRASOUND IN THE EVALUATION OF CHILDREN WITH VESICOURETERAL REFLUX Natasha GUPTA1, Brian KIM1, Heather DI CARLO1, Joan KO1, John GEARHART1, Madhan BOSEMANI2 and Ming-Hsien WANG1 1) Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute and Department of Urology, Baltimore, USA - 2) Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, The Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, Baltimore, USA Discussion

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09:08 - 09:11

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09:14 - 09:17 S3-3 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

COLOR DOPPLER SONOGRAPHIC URETERAL JETS MEASUREMENT IN EVALUATION OF HIGH GRADE HYDRONEPHROSIS IN CHILDREN Hiroshi ASANUMA1, Hiroyuki SATOH2, Zenichi MATSUI2, Aya MASUDA1, Ryuichi MIZUNO1, Hidaka KONO1 and Mototsugu OYA1 1) Keio University School of Medicine, Urology, ShinjukuKu (tokyo), JAPAN - 2) Tokyo Childrens Medical Center, Urology, Fuchu-Shi, JAPAN 09:17 - 09:20 S3-4 (PP) BLADDER DIAMETER RATIO AS A MEASURE OF BLADDER ELONGATION AND CORRELATION TO BLADDER TRABECULATION Elias WEHBI, Tandis SOLTANI, Alexander NAM, Guy HIDAS, Irene MCALEER, Gordon MCLORIE and Antoine KHOURY Childrens Hospital of Orange County, Pediatric Urology, Orange, USA 09:20 - 09:23 S3-5 (PP) ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENTIAL RENAL FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH HYDRONEPHROSIS: COMPARISON OF DMSA AND MAG3 Cem AKBAL1, Ahmet SAHAN1, Asgar GARAYEV1, Harika ALPAY2, Tufan TARCAN1 and Ferruh SIMSEK1 1) Marmara University School of Medicine, Urology, Istanbul, TURKEY - 2) Marmara University School of Medicine, Pediatric Nephrology, Istanbul, TURKEY 09:23 - 09:26 S3-6 (PP) ANTEGRADE VENOGRAPHY IDENTIFIES PARALLEL VENOUS DUPLICATIONS IN THE MAJORITY OF ADOLESCENT PATIENTS WITH A VARICOCELE P NAGAPPAN1, D KEENE1, Francesco FERRARA1, A SHABANI2 and Raimondo M CERVELLIONE1 1) Department of Paediatric Urology, Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital, Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM - 2) Department of Radiology, Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital, Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM 09:26 - 09:44 Discussion

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09:44 - 10:25 09:44 - 09:47 S4: LOWER URINARY TRACK

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

Moderators: Pedro Lopez Pereira, Goedele Beckers S4-1 (PP) LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF LOWER URINARY TRACT DYSFUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH ANORECTAL MALFORMATION Helena BORG, Gundela HOLMDAHL, Monica DOROSZKIEWICZ and Ulla SILLN The Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Gothenburg, SWEDEN

09:47 - 09:50

S4-2 (PP) THE WEAKNESS OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE AND BLADDER NECK PREDICTED BY SLOWLY RISING ABDOMINAL PRESSURE DURING BLADDER FILLING ON VIDEO URODYNAMIC STUDY IN CHILDREN Sang Hee SHIN1, Myung Joo KIM2, Young Jae IM2, Hye Young LEE2, Yong Seung LEE2 and Sang Won HAN2 1) Urological Science Institute, Yonsei University of College of Medicine, Department of Pediatric Urology, Seoul, KOREA (REPUBLIC OF) - 2) Urological Science Institute, Yonsei University of College of Medicine, Department of Urology, Seoul, KOREA (REPUBLIC OF)

8 May 2014

09:50 - 09:53

S4-3 (PP) IS LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP NECESSARY FOR LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS (LUTS) DIAGNOSED IN CHILDHOOD? Massimo GARRIBOLI1, Giovanna RICCIPETITONI2 and Giorgio SELVAGGIO2 1) St Georgess Healthcare NHS Trust, Paediatric Surgery, London, UNITED KINGDOM - 2) V. Buzzi Childrens HospitalA.O. Istituti Clinici di Perfezionamento, Paediatric surgery, Milano, ITALY

09:53 - 09:56

S4-4 (PP) CENTRAL INHIBITION OF REFRACTORY OVERACTIVE BLADDER COMPLAINTS, RESULTS OF AN IN- PATIENTTRAINING PROGRAM Anka J NIEUWHOF-LEPPINK1, Eelco F.J. MEIJER2, Edith DEKKER- VASSE3, Gerrie C.J DE JOOD-SMINK3 and Tom. P.V.M DE JONG2 1) Univeristy Medical Centrum, Peadatric Psychology & Social Work, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - 2) Univeristy Medical Centrum, Urology, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - 3) Univeristy Medical Centrum, Utrecht, NETHERLANDS

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09:56 - 09:59 S4-5 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

BILATERAL URETERIC ECTOPIA OF SIMPLEX KIDNEYS WITHOUT ANORECTAL/CLOACAL/SPINAL ANOMALIES Naima SMEULDERS1, Paul CHARLESWORTH1, Imran MUSHTAQ1, Dan WOOD2, Abraham CHERIAN1, Divyesh DESAI1, Patrick DUFFY1 and Peter CUCKOW1 1) Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Paediatric Urology, London, UNITED KINGDOM - 2) University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Adolescent Urology, London, UNITED KINGDOM 09:59 - 10:02 S4-6 (PP) RISK FACTORS FOR CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE IN PATIENTS WITH POSTERIOR URETHRAL VALVES: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY Alejandro MANZANARES1, Oriol MARTIN2, Pedro PALAZN3, Miguel BEJARANO1, Natalie GARCA- SMITH1, Irene DE HARO1, Jessica CORREA1, Andrea SORIA1, Lus GARCA-APARICIO2 and Joan ROD2 1) Hospital Sant Joan de Du, Pediatric Surgery, Esplugues De Llobregat, SPAIN - 2) Hospital Sant Joan de Du, Pediatric Urology, Esplugues De Llobregat, SPAIN - 3) Corporaci Sanitria Parc Taul, Pediatric Surgery, Sabadell, SPAIN 10:02 - 10:05 S4-7 (PP) RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN PATIENTS BELOW 15 KG WITH LOWER URINARY TARCT DYSFUNCTION Marco CASTAGNETTI1, Giulia GHIRARDO2, Pietro ZUCCHETTA3, Piergiorgio GAMBA4, Gianfranco ZANON4 and Luisa MURER2 1) University Hospital of Padova, Urology Unit, Section for Paediatric Urology, Padova, ITALY - 2) University Hospital of Padova, Paediatric Nephrology Unit, Padua, ITALY - 3) University Hospital of Padova, Nuclear Medicine, Padua, ITALY - 4) University Hospital of Padova, Paediatric Surgery Unit, Padua, ITALY 10:05 - 10:25 10:25 10:45 Discussion COFFEE BREAK

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10:45 - 11:30 10:45 - 10:50

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

S5: EXSTROPHY-EPISPADIAS COMPLEX Moderators: Wolfgang Rsch, Enrique Jaureguizar S5-1 (LO) GENETIC MALES WITH CLOACAL EXSTROPHY/ EXSTROPHY: LONG(ER)-TERM FOLLOW-UP AND OUTCOMES OF THOSE RAISED FEMALE TRANSITIONING TO MALE COMPARED TO EXSTROPHY CONTROLS William REINER and Bradley KROPP Univ. of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Pediatric Urology, Oklahoma City, USA S5-2 (PP) SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF STAGED PELVIC OSTEOTOMIES IN CLOACAL EXSTROPHY PATIENTS Brian INOUYE, Ali TOURCHI, Heather DI CARLO, Ezekiel YOUNG, Joan KO and John GEARHART Johns Hopkins Hospital, Pediatric Urology, Baltimore, USA S5-3 (PP) PUBIC DIASTASIS DISTANCE, CONTINENCE, AND BLADDER CAPACITY: IS THERE A CORRELATION IN COMPLETE FEMALE AND COMPLETE MALE EPISPADIAS? Heather DI CARLO, Brian M. INOUYE, Adam J. M. KERN, Ali TOURCHI and John P. GEARHART Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Pediatric Urology, Baltimore, USA S5-4 (PP) QUANTIFICATION OF PUBIC DIASTASIS ALONG THE EXSTROPHY-EPISPADIAS-CLOACAL EXSTROPHY SPECTRUM Heather N. DI CARLO1, Radha SHAH1, Ami SHAH1, Bhavik B. SHAH1, Adam J. M. KERN1, June KOSHY1, Eric Z. MASSANYI1, Paul D. SPONSELLER2 and John P. GEARHART1 1) Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Pediatric Urology, Baltimore, USA - 2) Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery, Baltimore, USA S5-5 (PP) DELAYED PRIMARY BLADDER EXTROPHY CLOSURE - A SAFE AND GENTLE ALTERNATIVE TO NEONATAL SURGERY Martin PROMM, Severine BANEK, Anne-Karoline EBERT and Wolfgang H. ROESCH Klinik St. Hedwig, University Medical Center of Regensburg, Department of Paediatric Urology, Regensburg, GERMANY

10:50 - 10:53

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10:53 - 10:56

10:56 - 10:59

10:59 - 11:02

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11:02 - 11:05 S5-6 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

ROUTINE URETERIC REIMPLANTATION AT PRIMARY BLADDER EXSTROPHY CLOSURE Raimondo M CERVELLIONE, Francesco FERRARA, G DUSHI, Alberto MANTOVANI and Alan P DICKSON Department of Paediatric Urology, Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital, Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM 11:05 - 11:08 S5-7 (PP) THE ROLE OF ROUTINE CYSTOSCOPY AND CYSTOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN WITH EXSTROPHY- EPISPADIAS COMPLEX Jacob BEN-CHAIM, Joseph BINYAMINI and Yuval BARYOSEF

11:08 - 11:09 S5-8 (DP) SPONTANEOUS BLADDER RUPTURE IN NONAUGMENTED BLADDER EXSTROPHY PATIENTS Sarah GUITRONICH1, Aurelien SCALABRE2, Thomas BLANC3, Peter BORZI4, Yves AIGRAIN3, Mike OBRIEN1, Pierre MOURIQUAND5 and Yves HELOURY6 1) Royal Childrens Hospital, Urology, Parkville, AUSTRALIA 2) Hopital Femme Mere Enfant, Urology, Bron, FRANCE - 3) Hopital Necker Enfants Malades, Pediatric urology, Paris, FRANCE - 4) Mater Childrens Hospital, Pediatric surgery, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - 5) Hopital Femme Mere Enfant, Pediatric urology, Bron, FRANCE - 6) Royal childrens hospital, Pediatric urology, Parkville, AUSTRALIA 11:09 - 11:30 Discussion

11.30 - 12:20 PANEL THE BLADDER EXSTROPHY JOURNEY. EVALUATION AND CHOICE ALONG THE ROAD Moderator: Philip Ransley Panelists: Ashraf Hafez, Shiv Kureel, Peter Cuckow, Miss Karen Ryan 12:20 - 12:50 JOHN DUCKETT LECTURE Douglas A Canning Introductionby Gran Luckgren, President ESPU Bladder exstrophy: observations over 25 years 12:50 - 13:50 LUNCH & Meet the expert tables

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Tel-Aviv Medical Center, Pediatric Urology, Dana-Dwek Childrens Hospital, Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL

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13:50 - 14:16 13:50 - 13:53 S6: ADOLESCENT UROLOGY Moderators: Piet Hoebeke, Dan Wood S6-1 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

TRANSITIONAL CARE IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROGENIC BLADDER DUE TO ACQUIRED AND CONGENITAL SPINAL DISEASE. PRELIMINARY EXPERENCE OF A BIPOLAR REGIONAL SPINA BIFIDA CENTER Barbara TADINI1, Alberto MANASSERO2, Stefania CHIERCHIA2, Valeria BUCCI1, Massimo CATTI1, Efisia MARRAS1, Alon MASHIAH1, Daniela CORSI3, Giuseppina GIUBERTINI2, Ines LUPANO1, Marina GRISSINO1, Emilio MERLINI1 and Roberto CARONE2

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1) Citt della Salute e della Scienza, Urologia Pediatrica O.I.R.M., Torino, ITALY - 2) Citt della Salute e della Scienza, Neurourologia Unit Spinale Unipolare, Torino, ITALY - 3) Citt della Salute e della Scienza, Servizio di Continuit Assistenziale, Torino, ITALY 13:53 - 13:58 S6-2 (LO) COMPARATIVE PRESSURE PROFILOMETRY OF MITROFANOFF PRINCIPLE CONDUITS WITH AND WITHOUT YACHIA RECTUS ABDOMINIS NEOSPHINCTER Atila RONDON1, Bruno LESLIE1, Marcela LEAL1, Gilmar GARRONE1, Sergio OTTONI1, Riberto LIGUORI1, Valdemar ORTIZ2 and Antonio MACEDO JR1 1) FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, PEDIATRIC UROLOGY, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL - 2) FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, UROLOGY, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL 13:58 - 14:01 S6-3 (PP) THE USE OF SODIUM TETRADECYL SULPHATE FOAM AS A SCLEROSANT OF CHOICE FOR ADOLESCENT WITH IDIOPATHIC VARICOCELE Kly CHUNG1, Sdy SIHOE2, Csw LIU2, Tw FAN3, Nsy CHAO2, Pmy TANG2, Kkw LIU2 and Mwy LEUNG2 1) Queen Elizabeth Hospital and United Christian Hospital, Division of Paediatric Surgery, Department of Surgery, Hong Kong, HONG KONG - 2) Queen Elizabeth Hospital and United Christian Hospital, Hong Kong, HONG KONG 3) Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Department of Radiology & Imaging, Hong Kong, HONG KONG

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14:01 - 14:04 S6-4 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

LAPAROSCOPIC VARICOCELECTOMY: A SINGLE SURGEONS EXPERIENCE WITH OVER 500 PROCEDURES Kenneth GLASSBERG, Jason VAN BATAVIA and Angela FAST Columbia University Medical Center, Urology, Remsenburg, USA 14:04 - 14:16 14:16 - 14:26 Discussion Highlights of Basic Science

Christian Radmayr 14:26 - 15:20 14:26 - 14:29 S7: AUGMENTATION DIVERSION Moderators: Raimund Stein, Margaret Baka S7-1 (PP) CATHETERIZABLE CONTINENT URINARY CHANNELS: WHAT DO YOU USE, WHERE DO YOU PUT IT AND DOES IT MATTER? Mark CAIN, Konrad SZYMANSKI, Ben WHITTAM, Rosalia MISSERI, Martin KAEFER and Richard RINK Indiana University, Pediatric Urology, Indianapolis, USA 14:29 - 14:32 S7-2 (PP) CATHETERIZABLE SEROUS LINED URINARY OUTLET ASSOCIATED WITH ILEAL BLADDER AUGMENTATION, GHONEIM PROCEDURE: SAFE AND RELIABLE PROCEDURE IN CHILDREN Tousaint TAPSOBA1, Nathalie BOTTO1, Annabel PAYEJAOUEN1, Christine GRAPIN2 and Alaa EL-GHONEIMI1 1) University Hospital Robert Debre, APHP, University Paris Diderot , Sorbonne Paris Cite, Paediatric Surgery and Urology, Paris, FRANCE - 2) University Hospital Robert Debre, APHP, University Paris XIII , Sorbonne Paris Cite, Paediatric Surgery and Urology, Paris, FRANCE 14:32 - 14:35 S7-3 (PP) THE EVALUATION OF ANTIREFLUXING MECHANISM IN CONTINENT STOMAS FOR BOWEL RESERVOIRS CATHETERIZATION IN OWN MATERIAL. Anna BRYKS-LASZKOWSKA, Leszek KOMASARA, Magdalena WOLF-TYBURA, Andrzej GOLEBIEWSKI and Piotr CZAUDERNA Medical university of Gdansk, Department of Surgery and Urology for Children and Adolescents, Gdask, POLAND

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25th Congress of the ESPU


14:35 - 14:38

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

14:38 - 14:41

8 May 2014

14:41 - 14:44

14:44 - 14:47

14:47 - 14:50

S7-4 (PP) INFECTIOUS BLADDER STONES AFTER BLADDER AUGMENTATION ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM Rosalia MISSERI, Konrad SZYMANSKI, Benjamin WHITTAM, Sable AMSTUTZ, Martin KAEFER, Richard RINK and Mark CAIN Indiana University, Pediatric Urology, Indianapolis, USA S7-5 (PP) MORTALITY AFTER BLADDER AUGMENTATION IN PATIENTS WITH SPINA BIFIDA Rosalia MISSERI, Konrad SZYMANSKI, Benjamin WHITTAM, Katherine HUBERT, Cyrus ADAMS, Jordan KIRKEGAARD, Shelly KING, Martin KAEFER, Richard RINK and Mark CAIN Indiana University, Pediatric Urology, Indianapolis, USA S7-6 (PP) OPEN VERSUS ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC AUGMENTATION ILEOCYSTOPLASTY AND MITROFANOFF APPENDICOVESICOSTOMY (RALIMA) FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF NEUROGENIC BLADDER IN CHILDREN Mohan GUNDETI1, Joshua COHN1, Prithvi MURTHY2 and Pankaj DANGLE1 1) University of Chicago, Department of Surgery, Section of Urology, Chicago, USA - 2) Pritzker School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Section of Urology, Chicago, USA S7-7 (PP) PREGNANCY AFTER URINARY DIVERSION PERFORMED DURING ADOLESCENCE OR CHILDHOOD Raimund STEIN1, Steffi BHLK1, Christopher ZIESEL1, Sebastian FREES1, Peter RUBENWOLF1 and Joachim W. THROFF2 1) Division of Pediatric Urology; Johannes Gutenberg University, School of Medicine, Department of Urology, Mainz, GERMANY - 2) Johannes Gutenberg University, School of Medicine, Department of Urology, Mainz, GERMANY S7-8 (PP) RENAL TRANSPLANT OUTCOME IN CHILDREN WITH AN AUGMENTED BLADDER Virginia AMESTY1, Pedro LOPEZ PEREIRA2, Ruben ORTIZ3, Maria Jose MARTINEZ URRUTIA3, Roberto LOBATO3, Laura ESPINOSA4 and Enrique JAUREGUIZAR3 1) University hospital La Paz, Paediatric Urology, Madrid, SPAIN - 2) ChildrensHospital La Paz, Paediatric Urology, Madrid, SPAIN - 3) University hospital La Paz, Paediatric Urology, Madrid, SPAIN - 4) University hospital La Paz, Paediatric Nephrology, Madrid, SPAIN

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14:50 - 14:53 S7-9 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

THE IMPACT OF BLADDER AUGMENTATION IN PEDIATRIC KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION FOR UROLOGIC PROBLEMS: A CONTEMPORARY PROSPECTIVE SERIES. Bruno LESLIE1, Riberto LIGUORI1, Sergio OTTONI1, Gilmar GARRONE1, Rodrigo TRIVELATO1, Atila RONDON1, Valdemar ORTIZ2 and Antonio MACEDO JR1 1) FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, PEDIATRIC UROLOGY, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL - 2) FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, UROLOGY, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL 14:53 - 15:20 15:20 - 15:50 15:50 - 16:10 16:10 - 16:40 COFFEE BREAK APAPU LECTURE I Where APAPU stands today-widest spectrum of diseases treated with the widest variety. Sang Won Han (President APAPU) Introduction: Serdar Tekgul 16:40 - 17:30 16:40 - 16:43 S8: MISCELLANEOUS Moderators: Tanja Becker, Radim Kocvara S8-1 (PP) CRANBERRY JUICE FOR THE PREVENTION OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS. Giuseppe LAURITI1, Valentina CASCINI2, Gabriele LISI3, Dacia DI RENZO2, Mariagrazia ANDRIANI1 and Pierluigi LELLI CHIESA3 1) Spirito Santo Hospital of Pescara, Italy, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Pescara, ITALY - 2) G. dAnnunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Pescara, ITALY - 3) Spirito Santo Hospital of Pescara, Italy and G. dAnnunzio University of ChietiPescara, Italy, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Pescara, ITALY Discussion INVITED LOCAL LECTURE : The man in the ice a thriller from the past

Prof. Dr. Walter Leitner, Archeologist

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16:43 - 16:46 S8-2 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

PREDICTORS OF RE-OPERATION DUE TO HERNIA IN CHILDREN UNDERGOING PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Annette SCHROEDER1, Amir RUMMAN1, Sibylle TSCHUMI2, Darius J. BAGLI1, Walid A. FARHAT1, Armando J. LORENZO1, Martin A. KOYLE1, Elizabeth A. HARVEY2 and Joao L. PIPPI SALLE1 1) Hospital for Sick Children, Urology, Toronto, CANADA - 2) Hospital for Sick Children, Nephrology, Toronto, CANADA 16:46 - 16:49 S8-3 (PP) CATHETER-RELATED COMPLICATIONS REQUIRING SURGICAL REPAIR IN CHILDREN ON PERITONEAL DIALYSIS Annette SCHROEDER1, Amir RUMMAN1, Sibylle TSCHUMI2, Darius J. BAGLI1, Walid A. FARHAT1, Armando J. LORENZO1, Martin A. KOYLE1, Elizabeth A. HARVEY2 and Joao L. PIPPI SALLE1 1) Hospital for Sick Children, Urology, Toronto, CANADA - 2) Hospital for Sick Children, Nephrology, Toronto, CANADA 16:49 - 16:52 S8-4 (PP) PROSPECTIVE STUDY COMPARING PAIN FOLLOWING PAEDIATRIC CIRCUMCISION USING GLUE VERSUS SUTURE CLOSURE Yew-Wei TAN1, Bhavesh DHORAJIWALA1, Jemma ALEXANDER2, Hannah ADAMS2 and Thomas TSANG1 1) Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Paediatric Surgery, Norwich, UNITED KINGDOM - 2) Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Day Procedure Unit, Norwich, UNITED KINGDOM 16:52 - 16:55 S8-5 (PP) PROS AND CONS OF CYANOACRYLATE USE IN CIRCUMCISION UNDER LOCAL ANESTHESIA Selami SOZUBIR1, Safak KARACAY2, Hakan KOYUNCU3, Sevgi BILGEN4 and Cigdem KASPAR5 1) Yeditepe University Hospital, Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Urology, Istanbul, TURKEY - 2) Bahcesehir University, Pediatric Surgery, Liv Hospital Ulus, Istanbul, TURKEY - 3) Yeditepe University, Urology, Istanbul, TURKEY - 4) Yeditepe University, Anesthesiology, Istanbul, TURKEY - 5) Yeditepe University, Medical Informatics, Istanbul, TURKEY

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16:55 - 16:58 S8-6 (PP)

May 7-10th, 2014 - Innsbruck, Austria

STOOL PROBLEMS DURING POTTY TRAINING: CONTRIBUTING FACTORS Tinne VAN AGGELPOEL1, Stefan DE WACHTER1, Guido VAN HAL2, Gunter DE WIN1, Jean Jeacques WYNDAELE1 and Alexandra VERMANDEL1 1) University of Antwerp - Faculty of Medicine and Health Care, Department of Urology, Wilrijk, BELGIUM - 2) University of Antwerp - Faculty of Medicine and Health Care, Department Epidemiology and Social Medicine, Wilrijk, BELGIUM 16:58 - 17:01 S8-7 (PP)

Martin KAEFER Riley Hospital for Children, Urology, Indianapolis, USA 17:01 - 17:23 17:30 18:30 Discussion SPONSORED SYSPOSIUM on VUR Moderator: J. Oswald, FEAPU

Current approaches to the management of VUR - A Nephrologists Perspective M. Coulthard Is there an indication for endoscopic therapy in high grade reflux? Raimund Stein, FEAPU 14:00 - 17:00 Limits and opportunities treating incontinent children with bulking agents Rien JM Nijman

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Hands-on-course on Laparoscopic Paediatric Urology on a Pulsating Organ Perfusion Trainer

Moderators: Philipp Szavay, Rita Gobet Registration Required

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8 May 2014

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