Female urology research examines sling surgery, robotic approaches, mesh

April 24, 2014

Sling surgery, robotic approaches to sacrocolpopexy and pelvic organ prolapse, and mesh are among the key studies in the area of female urology to watch for at the 2014 AUA annual meeting.

This article is part of the State of Urology 2014

Dr. RazSling surgery, robotic approaches to sacrocolpopexy and pelvic organ prolapse, and mesh are among the key topics in the area of female urology to watch for at the 2014 AUA annual meeting.

Specifically, here are the top abstract picks for female urology from this year's AUA annual meeting, as selected by Shlomo Raz, MD, professor of surgery/urology at UCLA:

MP33-02: Prospective Multicenter Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial of the Efficacy and Safety of Liposomal Botulinum Toxin-A Instillation vs. Placebo in Treatment of Patients with Refractory Overactive Bladder
Yao-Chi Chuang

MP33-03: The long-term outcomes from TVT procedure for female stress urinary incontinence; Data from minimal 13 years of follow-up
Phil Hyun Song

MP33-06: Long-Term Device Outcomes for Artificial Urinary Sphincter Reimplantation Following Prior Explantation for Erosion or Infection
Brian Linder

MP33-07: Success of Autologous Pubovaginal Sling Following Failed Midurethral Sling
Jaclyn Milose

MP33-11: The male transobturator sling has a high reoperation rate and increased cost in men with a history of radiation after prostatectomy: a cost-based analysis
Shubham Gupta

MP33-20: Anticholinergic Cycling and Treatment Outcomes in Overactive Bladder Patients with Urinary Incontinence
Michael Chancellor

MP38-13: Comparison of ROC Curves for Preoperative VLPP, MUCP and Urinary NTx As Predictors for Midurethral Sling Outcomes
AeuMuro Lake

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MP76-02: The development and validation a new nomogram for diagnosing bladder outlet obstruction in women
Eskinder Solomon

PD29-02: Utilization of sacrocolpopexy: comparison of practice patterns between urologists and gynecologists using a national database
Blake Alberts

PD29-06: Addition of Defecography Phase to Dynamic Pelvic MRI Enhances Detection and Visualization of Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Hina Arif Mumtaz

PD29-10: Robotic Sacrocolpopexy Failure Outcomes: Is There a Correlations Between Objective and Subjective Results
Paholo Barboglio Romo

PD29-12: Robotic-Assisted Prolapse Surgery: Initial 5-Year Experience at a Training Institution
Jamie Bartley

PD33-03: Impact of female stress urinary incontinence surgery on pre-op overactive bladder symptoms
Halina Zyczynski

PD33-8: Prospective evaluation of patients' knowledge and perceptions of mesh
Christopher F. Tenggardjaja

PD33-09: Mesh complications and their relathionship to mid urethral sling position and mobility on translabial ultrasound
Leah Nakamura

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