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SIU Congress

Scientific Programme

Schedule
Abstracts
2012 Abstracts

Schedule

List of Disclosures

Saturday, September 29
Sunday, September 30
Monday, October 01
Tuesday, October 02
Wednesday, October 03
Thursday, October 04


Saturday, September 29

0800-1830
Asian Robotic Urology Symposium


Off-site.

Pre-Registration Required.


Sunday, September 30

0800-1530
World Urological Oncology Federation Symposium (WUOF)


0800-0805
Chairman's Welcome

Laurence Klotz, Canada

0805-0810
Opening Remarks

Yukio Homma, Japan

0810-0945
Co-Moderators: Session One: Can-Asia-Pacific Perspectives in Kidney Cancer

Yoshihiko Tomita, Japan
Michael A. S Jewett, Canada

0815-0830
Update on the Management of Small Renal Masses

Michael A. S Jewett, Canada

0830-0845
Renal Cell Carcinoma: Stage Migration and Changing Patterns of Treatment

in Australia

Manish Patel, Australia

0845-0900
Locally Advanced Kidney Cancer: Role of Neoadjuvant Therapy

Jinsoo Chung, South Korea

0900-0915
Focal Therapy with RFA for Renal Cell Carcinoma

Fumiya Hongo, Japan

0915-0945
Environmental and Modifiable Risk Factors in Renal Cell Carcinoma

Christopher Wood, USA

0945-1130
Co-Moderators: Session Two: Bladder Cancer

Antonio Carlos Lima Pompeo, Brazil
Masayuki Nakagawa, Japan

0950-1005
Photodynamic Diagnosis and Treatment for Bladder Cancer

Keiji Inoue, Japan

1005-1020
New Treatments in the Management of Non-Muscle Invasive Disease

Maurizio Brausi, Italy

1020-1030
Chinese Perspective on the Management of Invasive Bladder Cancer

Ning Chen Li, China

1030-1050
Changing Patterns of Bladder Cancer in Egypt

Hassan Abol-Enein, Egypt

1050-1100
Discussion

All

1100-1110
Bladder Cancer Debate: Management of High Grade T1 TCC

- Most

Patients with High Grade T1 Should be Treated Initially

with Intravesical Therapy

George Thalmann, Switzerland

1110-1120
- Most Patients with High Grade T1 Should Be Treated

with Primary Cystectomy

Joseph Chin, Canada

1120-1130
Discussion

All

1130-1145
~

Break

1145-1300
Co-Moderators: Session Three: Advanced Disease Prostate Cancer

Mark Frydenberg, Australia
Mototsugu Oya, Japan

1150-1205
Role of Surgery for Locally Advanced High Risk Prostate Cancer

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

1205-1220
Genetic Biomarkers in Prostate Cancer

Robert Nam, Canada

1220-1235
The Clinical Role of Peptide Vaccines for CRPC: Prospective Randomized

Study of Peptide Vaccination vs Steroid Hormone Alone

Hirotsugu Uemura, Japan

1235-1250
Role of New Androgen Receptor Targeted Therapies

Neil Fleshner, Canada

1250-1300
Panel Discussion

All

1300-1310
~

Break

1310-1345
Biomarker-Guided Clinical Development of a Novel Multi-Peptide Vaccine for Treatment

of RCC

Harpreet Singh, Germany

1310-1345
Introduction: Luncheon Seminar: Vaccine Therapy for MRCC

Tsuneharu Miki, Japan

1345-1530
Co-Moderators: Session Four: Screening and Localized Prostate Cancer

Laurence Klotz, Canada
Norio Nonomura, Japan

1350-1405
Screening for Prostate Cancer

Peter Albertsen, USA

1405-1420
The Goteborg Trial

Jonas Hugosson, Sweden

1420-1435
Development of Nomograms to Predict Probability of Positive-Initial Prostate Biopsy

Among

Japanese Patients

Hiroyoshi Suzuki, Japan

1435-1450
Focal Therapy and Role of MRI

Mark Emberton, United Kingdom

1450-1505
Focal Therapy: Patient Selection

John F. Ward, USA

1505-1520
Focal Therapy: Why Is it a Bad Idea?

Adam Kibel, USA

1520-1530
Case Discussion: Focal Therapy

All

0830-1300
Joint Symposium of Asian Endourology and Robotic Surgery


0830-0840
Opening Remarks

Seiji Naito, Japan
Gyung Tak Sung, South Korea

0840-0910
Session 1: Debate: Treatment for Upper Urinary Tract Stones

Co-Chairs

Tie Zhou, China
Kikuo Nutahara, Japan

0840-0850
F-TUL

Olivier Traxer, France

0850-0900
Mini PCNL

Ravindra Sabnis, India

0910-0940
Session 2 : Debate: How to Treat Large BPH?

Co-Chairs:

Toshiyuki Kamoto, Japan
Jae Seung Paick, South Korea

0910-0920
HoLEP

Toshiya Shitara, Japan

0920-0930
PVP

Hwancheol Son, South Korea

0940-1010
Session 3: Laparoscopic Surgery for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Co-Chairs:

Satoru Takahashi, Japan
Kyu-Sung Lee, South Korea

0940-0950
Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy

Naoki Ohguchi, Japan

0955-1005
Robot-Assisted Sacrocolpopexy

Kyu-Sung Lee, South Korea

1010-1050
Session 4: Radical Cystectomy

Co-Chairs:

Shin Egawa, Japan
Gyung Tak Sung, South Korea

1010-1020
Laparoscopic Cystectomy with Pelvic Lymph Adenectomy

Hiromitsu Mimata, Japan

1025-1045
Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Cystectomy: Technical Overview and Tips & Tricks

Ashish M. Kamat, USA

1050-1105
Break

Break

1105-1130
Session 5: Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy

Chair:

Atsushi Takenaka, Japan

1105-1125
Technical Overview and Tips and Tricks

Rafael Coelho, Brazil

1130-1205
Session 6: Partial Nephrectomy

Co-Chairs:

Toshiro Terachi, Japan
Hyeon Hoe Kim, South Korea

1130-1140
Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy: Preservation of Kidney Function

Yoichi Arai, Japan

1145-1200
Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy: Tips and Tricks

Koon Ho Rha, South Korea

1205-1240
Session 7: Management of Complications of Urologic Laparoscopic Surgery

Co-Chairs:

Masato Fujisawa, Japan
Michael Wong, Singapore

1205-1215
Laparoscopy

Tomonori Habuchi, Japan

1220-1235
Robot-Assisted Prostatectomy

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

1240-1255
Session 8: Future Perspective of Urologic Robotic Surgery in Asia

Chair:

Tadashi Matsuda, Japan

1240-1250
Speaker

Koon Ho Rha, South Korea

1255-1300
Closing Remarks

Tadashi Matsuda, Japan

0830-1530
International Young Urologists Association Session


Co-Chairs

Emre Huri, Turkey
Fernando Kim, USA

0830-0845
Welcome

Emre Huri, Turkey

0845-0900
Introduction of IYUA

Fernando Kim, USA

0900-0915
Messages to Young Urologists

Mahesh R. Desai, India

0900-0915
Message from the Secretary of the AUA to Young Urologists

Gopal H. Badlani, USA

0900-0915
Messages to Young Urologists

Michael Marberger, Austria

0915-0930
The Importance of Mentorship and Role Models in Urology Curriculum

and Urology Practice

Richard A. Santucci, USA

0930-0945
The European Curriculum On Laparoscopic Training: How Do We Teach?

Ali Serdar Gozen, Germany

0945-1000
Basic Skills for Writing Papers: The Number or The Impact

of Articles: Make Your Choice

John M. Fitzpatrick, Ireland

1000-1020
The Management of TaG3 Bladder Cancer

Michael Marberger, Austria

1020-1035
Hybrid Urology Training System: Why MD-Phd?

Emre Huri, Turkey

1035-1050
Interactive Discussion with Participants

All

1050-1150
Challengers

Murat Binbay, Turkey

1050-1150
Moderator: Urinary Stone Disease

Olivier Traxer, France

1050-1150
Challengers

Cristian Surcel, Romania

1150-1235
Prostate Cancer: Moderator

Fernando Kim, USA

1150-1235
Challenger

Emre Huri, Turkey

1150-1235
Challengers

Senad Bajramovic, Bosnia And Herzegovina

1315-1335
How Should Young Urologists Prepare Themselves to Treat Localized Prostate

Cancer in the Future?

Laurence Klotz, Canada

1335-1355
The ICE Era: Renal and Prostate Cancer

Fernando Kim, USA

1355-1415
How Should Young Urologists Start Robotic Urology Training? The World

Armementerium?

Koon Ho Rha, South Korea

1415-1435
Tips and Tricks of Radical Cystectomy From My Experience

Hassan Abol-Enein, Egypt

1435-1455
Step-by-Step Performance of Robotic Radical Prostatectomy and Dealing with Complications

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

1455-1515
Discussion and Questions

All

1515-1530
Closing Remarks and Business Meeting

Emre Huri, Turkey
Fernando Kim, USA

0900-1200
International Society for Sexual Medicine Symposium


Chair

Yasusuke Kimoto, Japan

Peyronie's Disease: Surgical Alternatives for Severe Penile Curvature

Cláudio Teloken, Brazil

Epidemiology of Premature Ejaculation

Hwancheol Son, South Korea

Silodosin: Its Potential for Treating Premature Ejaculation

Yoshikazu Sato, Japan

Non-PE Ejaculatory Disorders

Raouf Seyam, Saudi Arabia

The Practice of Sexual Medicine in a Developing Country in

Asia Pacific

Doddy Soebadi, Indonesia

0900-1200
Society for Pediatric Urology: Distal and Proximal Hypospadias: Techniques and

Outcomes


Chair

Christopher Austin, USA

0900-0905
Welcome and Introductions

Christopher Austin, USA

0905-0915
MAGPI in Modern Hypospadias Repair

Christopher Austin, USA

0915-0940
Hypospadias Repair: TIP and Its Limitations

Grahame Smith, Australia

0940-1000
Repair of Penile Curvature: Plication and Grafting

Antoine E. Khoury, USA

1000-1020
The Koyanagi Repair

Kimihiko Moriya, Japan

1020-1040
One-Stage Preputial Free Graft Repair

Yoshifumi Sugita, Japan

1040-1050
~

Break

1050-1115
Proximal 1-Stage Repairs: Extended TIP/ Onlay-Tube-Onlay

Antoine E. Khoury, USA

1115-1125
2- Stage Preputial Flap Repair

Christopher Austin, USA

1125-1140
Post-Operative Assessment of Hypospadias Repair

Grahame Smith, Australia

1140-1155
Long-Term Outcomes of Hypospadias Repair

Kimihiko Moriya, Japan

1155-1200
Discussion/Closing Remarks

Christopher Austin, USA

0900-1230
Symposium on Affordable New Technologies in Urology


Chairs

Daniel Yachia, Israel
Lukman Hakim, Indonesia

0900-0930
Moderated Poster Viewing

All

0930-0945
Opening Lecture: Why Is There a Need for Affordable New

Technologies in Urology for Developing Countries?

Daniel Yachia, Israel

0945-0955
Low Health-Seeking Behaviour, Limited Resources vs. Quality of Healthcare: An

On-Going Dilemma for Young Urologists in a Developing Country

Lukman Hakim, Indonesia

0955-1005
Acceptance of ED treatment in Asia: The Facts and the

Figures

Eng Geap George Lee, Malaysia

1005-1015
Necessity Induces Inventions: Laparoscopic Suturing and Knot-Tying Practice Exerciser:

Do-It-Yourself Angle Trainer for Laparoendoscopic Single-Site Surgeries

Ernesto III Arada, Philippines

1015-1025
Increasing Day-Case Procedures to Reduce Ward Congestion in a Developing

Country: Experience of a Urology Unit

Chukwudi Okorie, Nigeria

1025-1035
Urinalysis for Early Diagnosis of Urogenital Tuberculosis

Ekatherina Kulchavenya, Russia

1035-1045
An Underused, Simple and Affordable Regional Anesthesia Technique: Caudal Block

for Penile and Prostate Surgery

Daniel Yachia, Israel

1045-1115
Moderated Poster Viewing

All

1115-1230
Moderators

Ekatherina Kulchavenya, Russia
Eng Geap George Lee, Malaysia

1115-1118
Early Experience in Laparoscopic Urology in Nepal

Robin Joshi, Nepal

1118-1121
Laparoscopic Treatment for Renal Hydatid Cyst Using a Retroperitoneal Approach:

Tips and Tricks

Redouane Rabii, Morocco

1121-1124
Sclerotherapy: Clinical Results with 98% Alcohol in 30 Cases of

Symptomatic Renal Cysts

Naser Alfgi, Libya

1124-1127
Optical Internal Urethrotomy Revisited: The Modified Way I Do it:

Khanna's Technique

Sudhir Khanna, India

1127-1130
Combination of a New Visual Prostate Symptom Score (VPSS) and

Maximum Urinary Flow Rate (Qmax) after Treatment in Men

with Urethral Strictures to Determine Stricture Recurrence and Avoid Invasive Evaluation

Gerrit Serge Wessels, South Africa

1130-1133
Perineal Urethrostomy in Management of Urethral Strictures in 206 Patients

Shailesh Shah, India

1133-1136
Urethral Prolapse: Contemporary Report on the Ligation Over a Foley

Catheter Treatment Approach

Chukwudi Okorie, Nigeria

1136-1139
Clinical Characteristics of Bladder Cancer in Indonesia: The Largest Data

Presentation from Five Hospitals

Lukman Hakim, Indonesia

1139-1142
Prevalence and Characteristics of Prostate Cancer Among Participants of Community-Based

Screening in Lagos, Nigeria

Stephen Odunayo Ikuerowo, Nigeria

1142-1145
Changing Patterns of Antibiotic Sensitivities in Urinary Tract Infections

Sunny Doodu Mante, Ghana

1145-1148
Why We Miss Urogenital Tuberculosis

Ekatherina Kulchavenya, Russia

1148-1151
Effectiveness of Unconventional Ways Traditional and Complementary Methodologies in Treating

Some Urological Problems (Stones, Erectile Dysfunction, Male Virility Enhancement)

Eng Geap George Lee, Malaysia

1151-1154
Doctor, Will I Be Dry? Factors Determining Recurrence After Vesicovaginal

Fistula Repair

Aziz Abdullah, Pakistan

1157-1200
Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy in Paediatric Age Group: Single Centre Experience

Mohammed N I Bhuiyan, Bangladesh

1200-1203
Non-functioning Kidneys: Is Nephrectomy Indicated? A 10-Year Review

Chang Chung Ngo, China

1203-1206
Safety and Efficacy of Intra-Operative Modifications to the Shah Penile

Prosthesis to Achieve Customized Fits in Narrow, Fibrous, or

Perforated Corpora

Rupin Shah, India

1206-1209
Art of Stenting: An African Way

Arun Panackal, South Africa

1209-1212
"Minimally Invasive Urethroplasty" (Kulkarni's Technique): A Single Stage Reconstruction of

Long Segment Inflammatory Urethral Stricture: A New Horizon of

Urethral Reconstruction

Zahid H Bhuiyan, Bangladesh

1212-1230
Discussion

All

1000-1200
National Delegates' Meeting


1200-1300
Break


1200-1530
Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons Symposium: Genitourinary Trauma and Disaster

Response


1200-1235
Genital Injury

Miroslav Djordjevic, Serbia

1235-1240
Discussion and Questions

All

1240-1320
Session 2: Discussant

Frank Burks, USA

1240-1315
Renorrhaphy and Nonoperative Management of Renal Injury

Richard A. Santucci, USA

1315-1320
Discussion and Questions

All

1320-1350
Session 3: Discussant

Justin Chee, Australia

1320-1345
Controversies in PFUDI: To Catheterize or Not To Catheterize

Reynaldo Gomez, Chile

1345-1350
Discussion and Questions

All

1350-1430
Session 4: Discussant

Shailesh Shah, India

1350-1425
Pelvic Fracture and Pelvic Fracture Urethral Distraction Injuries

Joel Gelman, USA

1425-1430
Discussion and Questions

All

1430-1530
Session 5: Discussant

OVERVIEW: Disaster Response: Medical and Urologic

Views and Lessons Learned from Natural Disasters

Michael Metro, USA

1430-1455
Medical Response to the Japanese Tsunami

Tadashi Ishii, Japan

1455-1520
Medical/Urological Response to Christchurch Earthquake

Stephen Mark, New Zealand

1520-1530
Discussion and Questions

All

1230-1500
Pan-African Urological Surgeons' Association (PAUSA) Symposium


Chair

Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal

1230-1240
Introduction

Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal
Mohamed Eissa, Egypt

1240-1400
Chairs: Session 1

Sunny Doodu Mante, Ghana
Albert Ruenes, USA

1240-1255
Posterior Urethral Valves in the Older Child and Adolescent

E. Oluwabunmi Olapade-Olaopa, Nigeria

1255-1310
Update on Undescended Testis

Mohamed Eissa, Egypt

1310-1325
The Use of Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation in the Management

of the Overactive Bladder

Jean McDonald, United Kingdom

1325-1340
Laparoscopic Management of Renal Hydatic Cyst

Redouane Rabii, Morocco

1340-1400
Discussion

All

1400-1500
Chairs: Session 2

Jean McDonald, United Kingdom
Igor Vaz, Mozambique

1400-1415
Capacity Building in Prostate Cancer Surgery in West Africa

Albert Ruenes, USA

1415-1430
Capacity Building in Lymphatic Filariasis Surgery in Africa

Sunny Doodu Mante, Ghana

1430-1445
Capacity Building in Fistula Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa

Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal

1445-1500
Discussion

All

1230-1530
European Association of Urology Symposium


Chair

Walter Artibani, Italy

1230-1250
The Continuing Dilemma of PCa Screening

Fritz H. Schröder, Netherlands

1250-1310
Contemporary Management of OAB

Christopher R. Chapple, United Kingdom

1310-1330
Ablation Therapy of Small Renal Masses

Michael Marberger, Austria

1330-1350
Partial Nephrectomy 2012: When and How

Hendrik Van Poppel, Belgium

1350-1410
~

Break

1410-1430
Radical Cystectomy: Tips and Tricks

Manfred Wirth, Germany

1430-1450
Orthotopic Urinary Diversion: Tips and Tricks

Wiking Månsson, Sweden

1450-1510
Enhanced Recovery After Radical Cystectomy

Walter Artibani, Italy

1300-1530
International Symposium on Ureteral Stents


Co-Chairs

Ben Chew, Canada
Dirk Lange, Canada

1300-1305
Introductions

Ben Chew, Canada
Dirk Lange, Canada

1305-1335
Retrospective Analysis of the Long-Term Indwelling Ureteral Stent

Hitoshi Yamada, Japan

1305-1335
Preoperative Stenting for Ureteroscopic Lithotripsy for a Large Renal Stone

Junichi Matsuzaki, Japan

1335-1400
Moderators: Does the Discolouration of Ureteral Stents Affect Patient Treatment?

Ben Chew, Canada
Dirk Lange, Canada

1335-1400
Panelists

Akito Yamaguchi, Japan
Soichi Mugiya, Japan
Jun Miyazaki, Japan

1400-1410
Management of Recurrent Bulbar Urethral Stricture with a New Stent:

Allium

Mustafa Melih Culha, Turkey

1410-1420
Effect of Alfuzosin in Preventing Double-J Stent Related Morbidity: A

Prospective Randomized Study

Sanjay Mittal, India

1420-1430
Alpha Blockers Impact Stent-Related Symptoms: A Randomized, Double Blind Placebo

Controlled Trial

M Hammad Ather, Pakistan

1430-1440
Use of Only Ureteric Catheter 24 to 48 Hours Postoperatively

Reduces Nephrostomy Tube and JJ Stent Related Morbidity in

Selected Cases of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

Mohammed N I Bhuiyan, Bangladesh

1440-1530
Debate: Tubeless versus Tubed PCNL -- Tubeless PCNL

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1440-1530
Debate: Tubeless versus Tubed PCNL -- Tube PCNL

Mantu Gupta, USA

1700-1800
Opening Ceremonies


1800-2000
Welcome Reception



Monday, October 01

0700-0830
Instructional Course 01: Male Reproductive & Sexual Dysfunction: Latest Advances

and Newest Treatments


Chair

Paul J. Turek, USA

0700-0705
Introduction

Paul J. Turek, USA

0705-0730
What's New in our Understanding of Infertility, Peyronie's Disease and

Erectile Dysfunction?

Paul J. Turek, USA

0730-0755
Latest Advances in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction and Peyronie's

Disease

Raymond A. Costabile, USA

0755-0800
Question and Answer

All

0800-0825
Latest Advances in the Treatment of Male Infertility

Joseph Alukal, USA

0825-0830
Question and Answer

All

0700-0830
Instructional Course 02: Focal Therapy for Prostate Cancer


Co-Chairs

Joseph Chin, Canada
John F. Ward, USA

0700-0710
Introduction

Joseph Chin, Canada

0710-0730
Imaging and Biopsying Prostate Cancer

Jonathan I. Izawa, Canada

0730-0735
Discussion and Questions

All

0735-0755
Ablative Energies for Focal Prostate Cancer Treatment

Joseph Chin, Canada

0755-0800
Discussion and Questions

All

0800-0820
Focal Therapy Outcomes: Measures of Success and Failure

John F. Ward, USA

0820-0825
Discussion and Questions

All

0825-0830
Closing Remarks

John F. Ward, USA

0700-0830
Instructional Course 03: Pediatric Urology: An Update and Recent Advances


Chair

Antoine E. Khoury, USA

0700-0720
Pediatric Office Procedures and Orchiopexy

Chad Wallis, USA

0720-0740
Pediatric Urology Emergencies

Christopher Austin, USA

0740-0800
Update on Management of VUR and UTI

Antoine E. Khoury, USA

0800-0820
Prenatal Hydronephrosis and Pyeloplasty

Paul A. Merguerian, USA

0820-0830
Discussion

All

0700-0830
Instructional Course 04: Setting Up a Robotic Surgery Program in

Asia


Chair

Koon Ho Rha, South Korea

0700-0730
Faculty

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

0730-0800
How to Build and Grow Your Practice in Asia

Koon Ho Rha, South Korea

0800-0830
Faculty

Kunihiko Yoshioka, Japan

0700-0830
Instructional Course 05: Lymphadenectomy in Urological Cancers: Where Are We?


Chair

Makarand. K. Khochikar, India

Introduction

Makarand. K. Khochikar, India

0700-0715
Role of LND in Renal Cancer: Has Anything Changed in

the Last Decade?

Michael Marberger, Austria

0715-0730
My Indications for PLND at Radical Prostatectomy

John M. Fitzpatrick, Ireland

0730-0745
Extended LND in Bladder Cancer: Have We Reached a Consensus?

Michael Marberger, Austria

0745-0800
Post-chemotherapy RPLND in Testicular Cancer: Challenging Situations

Makarand. K. Khochikar, India

0800-0830
Case Studies with Panel Discussion

All

0830-0900
Welcome and SIU-Astellas European Foundation Lecture


0840-0900
The Evolving Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Localized

Prostate Cancer

Peter T. Scardino, USA

0900-0955
Plenary 1: Testosterone and the Prostate: Accelerant or Retardant?


Chair

Gerald Andriole, USA

0900-0915
Serum and Tissue Androgens in Prostate Cancer

Ann Hsing, USA

0915-0930
Is Testosterone Replacement Safe in Men With or At Risk

for Prostate Cancer?

Michael A. S Jewett, Canada

0930-0945
Is There a Role for Intermittent Hormone Therapy for Men

with Prostate Cancer?

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0945-0955
Case Discussion Participants

Ann Hsing, USA

0945-0955
Moderator: Case Discussion

Gerald Andriole, USA

0945-0955
Case Discussion Participants

Michael A. S Jewett, Canada
Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0955-1015
UAA Lecture


0955-1015
Prostate Cancer and PSA Screening in Asia: Incidence, Mortality and

Future Perspectives of an Ongoing Asian Screening Study

Kazuto Ito, Japan

1015-1030
Break


1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 01: Female Pelvic Medicine: Mesh or Mess


Chair

Gopal H. Badlani, USA

1030-1035
Introduction: Controversy, FDA Warning

Gopal H. Badlani, USA

1035-1052
What Are the Indications for Surgery

Sandip Vasavada, USA

1052-1109
Is Mesh Necessary? Science or Sales

Gopal H. Badlani, USA

1109-1126
Surgical Planning: Sling or No Sling, Kit or No Kit

Sherif Mourad, Egypt

1126-1143
Outcomes and Complications of Mesh Use

Walter Artibani, Italy

1143-1200
How Can We Improve? Registries, Materials, Training

Paulo Palma, Brazil

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 02: Bladder Cancer


Chair

George Thalmann, Switzerland

1030-1043
Why is Non Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer so Difficult to

Grade and Stage?

Esuvaranathan Kesavan, Singapore

1043-1056
2nd Resection After TURB: What Is the Evidence?

Sidney Kam Hung Yip, Hong Kong

1056-1109
Optimizing BCG Therapy for Bladder Cancer: When and How?

Ashish M. Kamat, USA

1109-1122
What Are the Indications for Cystectomy in NMIBC?

Hassan Abol-Enein, Egypt

1122-1135
Prostate-Sparing Cystectomy: Pros and Cons

Manfred Wirth, Germany

1135-1148
What to Do When Positive Cytology Persists?

Maurizio Brausi, Italy

1148-1200
Discussion

All

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 03: Andrology: The Cutting Edge


Chair

Craig Niederberger, USA

1030-1035
Introduction

Craig Niederberger, USA

1035-1055
Modern Microsurgical Techniques for Extracting Sperm from the Challenging Testis

Rupin Shah, India

1055-1115
Medical Approaches to Improving the Sperm Factory

Alayman Hussein, Egypt

1115-1135
Assessing Sperm and the New WHO Guidelines

Peter Chan, Canada

1135-1155
Reproductive Healthcare Delivery in Asia

Hiroshi Okada, Japan

1200-1315
Sponsored Symposia


Astellas Pharma Inc.


GlaxoSmithKline


Sanofi


1200-1315
Break


1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 01: Trauma and Reconstruction


Moderators

Sanjay Balwant Kulkarni, India
Yutaro Hayashi, Japan

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 02: Sexual Function and Dysfunction


Moderators

Craig Niederberger, USA
Shigeo Horie, Japan

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 03: Stones: Pathogenesis and Investigations


Moderators

Janak Desai, India
Yoshiyuki Kojima, Japan

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 04: Minimally Invasive Surgery


Moderators

Kazunori Kihara, Japan

1315-1445
Podium Session 01: Bladder Cancer


Moderators

Seiichiro Ozono, Japan
Vipan Bhatia, United Arab Emirates

1315-1445
Podium Session 02: Male LUTS and BPH


Moderators

Andreas Gross, Germany
Taiji Tsukamoto, Japan

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 04: Endocrine Disease in Urology


Co-Chairs

Jan Breza, Slovak Republic
Seiji Naito, Japan

1315-1335
Diagnosis of Hyperparathyroidism

Jan Breza, Slovak Republic

1335-1355
Diagnosis of Hyperaldosteronism

Yoichi Arai, Japan

1355-1415
Surgical Treatment: Hyperaldosteronism and Cushing's Syndrome

Tadashi Matsuda, Japan

1415-1435
Surgical Treatment: Pheochromocytoma

Jan Breza, Slovak Republic

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 05: The Overactive Bladder


Chair

Christopher R. Chapple, United Kingdom

1315-1325
Overactive Bladder: Epidemiology and Diagnostic Options for Overactive Bladder

Yukio Homma, Japan

1325-1335
Current Guidelines Relating to Management

Paul Abrams, United Kingdom

1335-1345
Antimuscarinic Therapy: Current Concepts and Future Potential Directions

Christopher R. Chapple, United Kingdom

1345-1355
beta3 Agonist: A Glimpse of the Future

Yasuhiko Igawa, Japan

1405-1415
Management of Failure of First-Line Therapy: Interstim and Other Forms

of Electrical Neuromodulation

Kyu-Sung Lee, South Korea

1415-1445
Roundtable Discussion

Paul Abrams, United Kingdom
Yukio Homma, Japan
Yasuhiko Igawa, Japan
Kyu-Sung Lee, South Korea

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 06: SIU Global Consensus Initiative on a Prostate

Cancer Screening Decision Aid for Men


Chair

Joachim W. Thüroff, Germany

1315-1320
Introduction and Goal

Fritz H. Schröder, Netherlands

1320-1340
Overview: Randomized Controlled Trials of Prostate Cancer Screening

Monique J. Roobol, Netherlands

1345-1405
Reasons For and Against Population-Based Screening for Prostate Cancer

Mark Emberton, United Kingdom

1410-1430
Proposal for a Decision Aid for Men at Risk and

Care Providers

Fritz H. Schröder, Netherlands

1435-1445
Discussion

All

1445-1515
Break


1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 05: Bladder Cancer: Various Topics


Moderators

Chikara Ohyama, Japan
Hassan Abol-Enein, Egypt

1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 06: BPO/LUTS


Moderators

Amit Chakrabarty, USA
Osamu Nishizawa, Japan

1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 07: Prostate Cancer: Basic Research and Staging


Moderators

Akira Yokomizo, Japan
Ralph deVere White, USA

1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 08: Renal Cell Carcinoma and Urothelial Cancer


Moderators

Alessandro Volpe, Italy
Masatoshi Eto, Japan

1515-1645
Podium Session 03: Urinary Incontinence


Moderators

Momokazu Gotoh, Japan
Walter Artibani, Italy

1515-1645
Podium Session 04: Prostate Cancer: Detection and Screening


Moderators

Makoto Ohori, Japan
Maurizio Brausi, Italy

1515-1645
Surgical Tips 1: PCNL


Chair

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1515-1535
My Rules: Right and Wrong

Peter Alken, Germany

1535-1555
Renal Access and Teaching Renal Access

Luc Valiquette, Canada

1555-1615
Tubeless Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy & Miniperc

Mantu Gupta, USA

1615-1635
Staghorn Morphometry: Classification in Relation to Treatment

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1515-1645
Surgical Tips 2: Robotic RRP


Chair

John Davis, USA

1515-1545
Faculty

John Davis, USA

1545-1615
Faculty

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

1615-1645
Faculty

Koon Ho Rha, South Korea

1645-1800
Sponsored Symposium: Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd.


1900-2200
SIU Night



Tuesday, October 02

0700-0815
Sponsored Symposium: Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.


0700-0830
Instructional Course 06: Urinary Tract Reconstruction in Conjunction with Radical

Cystectomy: How to Obtain Optimal Functional Results


Chair

Wiking Månsson, Sweden

0700-0725
Conduit Diversion

James N'Dow, United Kingdom

0730-0755
Orthotopic Bladder Substitution

Richard E. Hautmann, Germany

0800-0825
Continent Cutaneous Diversion and Method to Patient Matching

Wiking Månsson, Sweden

0700-0830
Instructional Course 07: Urolithiasis: Management for a 1.5 to 1.8

cm Renal Stone


Chair

Janak Desai, India

0710-0730
Ultra-Mini PCNL

Janak Desai, India

0730-0750
ESWL

Ravindra Sabnis, India

0750-0810
RIRS

Olivier Traxer, France

0810-0830
PCNL & Micro-PCNL

Jean de la Rosette, Netherlands

0700-0830
Instructional Course 08: Laparoscopic and Robotic Urology: World-Class Techniques, World-Class

Complications


Chair

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0700-0710
Radical Nephrectomy: Lap. Radical Nephrectomy: Technique and Possible Complications

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0710-0710
Radical Nephrectomy: Partial Nephrectomy: USC Technique

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0720-0725
Radical Nephrectomy: Robotic Partial Nephrectomy

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0725-0730
Radical Nephrectomy: Complications of Partial Nephrectomy

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0735-0745
Radical Prostatectomy: Laparoscopic and Robotics: Anterograde Technique

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0745-0755
Radical Prostatectomy: Laparoscopic and Robotics: Retrograde Technique

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0755-0800
Radical Prostatectomy: Laparoscopic and Robotics: Complications of Radical Prostatectomy

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0800-0805
Robotic Repair of Urinary Fistulae: Recto-Urethral, VVF, etc.

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0805-0815
Robotic Radical Cystectomy

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0815-0820
Robotic Radical Cystectomy: Robotic High-Extended PLND

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0820-0825
Robotic Radical Cystectomy: Complications of Radical Cystectomy

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0825-0830
The Next Frontier: LESS and NOTES

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

0700-0830
Instructional Course 09: Prostate Cancer Screening, Overdiagnosis and Active Surveillance:

Towards Optimization


Chair

Monique J. Roobol, Netherlands

0700-0730
Prostate Cancer Screening and Risk Stratification

Monique J. Roobol, Netherlands

0730-0800
Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer

Chris Bangma, Netherlands

0800-0830
Psychological Aspects of Men Under Active Surveillance

J Athene Lane, United Kingdom

0830-0955
Plenary 2: Update on Radical Prostatectomy


Chair

Michael Marberger, Austria

0830-0850
Open Radical Prostatectomy

Arturo Mendoza Valdes, Mexico

0850-0910
Robotic and Pure Laparoscopy

Inderbir S. Gill, USA

0910-0955
Debate: Is Radical Prostatectomy Without a Robot Still Justified?

--

NO vs. YES

Rafael Coelho, Brazil

0910-0955
- YES

Manfred Wirth, Germany

0955-1015
PAUSA Lecture


0955-1015
Prostate Cancer in Africa: A Growing Pandemic in Fast Motion

Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal

1015-1030
Break


1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 07: Small Renal Masses: Active Surveillance vs Nephrectomy


Chair

Michael A. S Jewett, Canada

1030-1045
Active Surveillance

Alessandro Volpe, Italy

1045-1100
Role for Biopsy

Michael A. S Jewett, Canada

1100-1115
"Triggers" for SRM Treatment (Markers for SRM Progression)

Hirotsugu Uemura, Japan

1115-1130
Thermal Ablation

Pilar Laguna Pes, Netherlands

1130-1145
Partial Nephrectomy

Mototsugu Oya, Japan

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 08: ICUD Report on Male LUTS


Co-Chairs

Christopher R. Chapple, United Kingdom
Kevin T. McVary, USA
Claus G. Roehrborn, USA

1040-1050
Epidemiology Including Natural History of LUTS

Yukio Homma, Japan
J.K. Parsons, USA

1050-1100
Symptom and Patient Assessment

Ruud Bosch, Netherlands

1100-1110
Nocturia

Marcus Drake, United Kingdom

1110-1120
MLUTS and Sexual Function

Kevin T. McVary, USA

1120-1130
Medical Treatment Including New Targets

Claus G. Roehrborn, USA
Karl-Erik Andersson, USA

1130-1140
Surgical Treatment Including New Methods

Peter Gilling, New Zealand
Oliver Reich, Germany

1140-1150
Detrusor Underactivity

Christopher R. Chapple, United Kingdom

1150-1200
Male Pelvic Pain Syndrome

J. Curtis Nickel, Canada

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 09: Active Surveillance in Low-Risk Prostate Cancer


Chair

Peter Albertsen, USA

1030-1045
Who Is a Candidate for Active Surveillance?

Chris Bangma, Netherlands

1045-1100
How Should Patients Be Followed? What Tests Should Be Ordered

and How Frequently?

Jonas Hugosson, Sweden

1100-1115
How Should Patients Be Managed?

Hideyuki Akaza, Japan

1115-1130
How Do You Define Disease Progression?

Laurence Klotz, Canada

1130-1145
What Therapy Should Be Offered if Patients Have Progressed? Focal

Therapy vs. Whole Gland Therapy

Mark Emberton, United Kingdom

1145-1200
Discussion and Conclusion

All

1200-1315
Sponsored Symposia


Astellas Pharma Inc.


AstraZeneca


Bayer Yakuhin, Ltd.


1200-1315
Break


1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 09: Prostate Cancer: Markers and Therapy


Moderators

Mototsugu Oya, Japan
Shiv Bhanot, United Kingdom

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 10: Kidney Cancer: Various Topics


Moderators

Arturo Mendoza Valdes, Mexico
Norio Nonomura, Japan

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 11: Pediatric Urology


Moderators

Katsuya Nonomura, Japan
Mohamed Eissa, Egypt

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 12: Urinary Incontinence


Moderators

Hidehiro Kakizaki, Japan
Philip Van Kerrebroeck, Belgium

1315-1445
Podium Session 05: Sexual Function and Dysfunction


Moderators

Masayuki Takeda, Japan
Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal

1315-1445
Podium Session 06: Minimally Invasive Surgery


Moderators

Ken Nakagawa, Japan
Mihir M. Desai, USA

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 10: Advances in Imaging for the Prostate


Chair

Yoshihiko Hirao, Japan

1315-1335
Advances in Ultrasound

Osamu Ukimura, USA

1335-1355
Advances in MRI

Satoru Takahashi, Japan

1355-1415
Fused US/MRI Imaging

Markus Hohenfellner, Germany

1415-1435
Current Role of PET and CT/MRI for Defining Progression

Satoru Takahashi, Japan

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 11: Castrate-Resistant PCA


Chair

Bertrand Tombal, Belgium

1315-1320
Introduction

Bertrand Tombal, Belgium

1335-1350
Hormonal Manipulations in CRCP: Revisiting the Benefit of an Old

Lady

Noel Clarke, United Kingdom

1350-1405
Chemotherapy: Taxanes and Beyond, Is it Still the Gold Standard

for Every Patient?

Dominik Berthold, Switzerland

1405-1420
Bone Targeting Therapy: For Whom, When, and Which One?

Neal Shore, USA

1420-1445
Clinical Case Discussion

All

1315-1645
SIU Urology Residents' Forum


Moderators

Gerald H. Jordan, USA
Richard A. Santucci, USA
Shin Egawa, Japan
Yukio Homma, Japan

1445-1515
Break


1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 13: BPO/LUTS


Moderators

Akira Furuta, Japan
Paul Abrams, United Kingdom

1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 14: Prostate Cancer: Detection and Screening


Moderators

Koji Okihara, Japan
Monique J. Roobol, Netherlands

1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 15: Female Urology: Pelvic Disorders


Moderators

Ajit Vaze, India
Makoto Shimada, Japan

1515-1645
Moderated Poster Session 16: Infections and Inflammation


Moderators

J. Curtis Nickel, Canada
Shingo Yamamoto, Japan

1515-1645
Podium Session 07: Kidney Cancer


Moderators

Henry Ho, Singapore
Yoshihiko Tomita, Japan

1515-1645
Podium Session 08: Prostate Cancer Therapy


Moderators

Robert Flanigan, USA
Yoshiyuki Kakehi, Japan

1515-1645
Surgical Tips 3: Avoiding Complications in Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery


Chair

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

1515-1545
Faculty

Rene Sotelo, Venezuela

1545-1615
Faculty

Mihir M. Desai, USA

1615-1645
Faculty

Pradeep Rao, India

1515-1645
Surgical Tips 4: Ureteroscopy-How To Prevent Complications


Chair

Petrisor Aurelian Geavlete, Romania

1515-1520
Introduction

Petrisor Aurelian Geavlete, Romania

1520-1540
Ureteral Access, Endoscopes and Instruments for Rigid and Flexible Ureteroscopy:

How to Prevent and Manage Their Specific Complications?

Olivier Traxer, France

1540-1600
Energy Sources and Complex Stones Therapy Related Complications: How to

Prevent and Treat Them?

Michael Wong, Singapore

1600-1620
Ureteroscopic Tips and Tricks in Obstructed Urinary Tract and Upper

Urinary Tract Tumors: There Are More Complications?

Michael Grasso, USA

1620-1640
Case Presentation: Discussion and Questions

All

1640-1645
Conclusion

Petrisor Aurelian Geavlete, Romania

1900-2200
Optional Evening Activities


Symposium for Japanese Urologists



Wednesday, October 03

0700-0830
Instructional Course 10: Reconstruction of the Anterior Urethra and Genitalia


Chair

Guido Barbagli, Italy

0700-0730
How to Reconstruct The Penile and Bulbar Urethra in Simple

Traumatic and Non-traumatic Stricture Disease

Guido Barbagli, Italy

0730-0800
How to Reconstruct The Penile and Bulbar Urethra in Complete

Stricture Disease

Sanjay Balwant Kulkarni, India

0800-0830
Topic TBC

Rados Djinovic, Serbia

0700-0830
Instructional Course 11: Use of Ultrasound in Urology


Chair

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

0700-0730
Faculty

Christopher Cheng, Singapore

0730-0800
Faculty

Henry Ho, Singapore

0800-0830
Faculty

Yan Mee Law, Singapore

0700-0830
Instructional Course 12: Transurethral Enucleation and Resection of the Prostate


Chair

Keong Tatt Foo, Singapore

0700-0720
Pathophysiology of BPH and Why TUERP

Keong Tatt Foo, Singapore

0720-0745
Indications for Enucleation and TUEB Techniques

Ken Nakagawa, Japan

0745-0810
TUERP Technique, Complications and Results

Chunxiao Liu, China

0810-0830
Discussion

All

0700-0830
Instructional Course 13: Developing Effective Solutions: Clinical Care, Education, Research

and Training for Urology in Developing Countries


Chair

Michael Hehir, China

0700-0705
Introduction

Michael Hehir, China

0705-0725
Addressing Challenges in the Contemporary Management of Elusive Genitourinary Tuberculosis

and Giant Complex Staghorn Stones with Unfavorable Anatomy

Toe Lwin, Myanmar

0725-0730
Discussion and Questions

All

0730-0750
Combining Cost-Effective Patient Management and Clinical Research: How to Overcome

the Challenges of Budget Limitations

Chris F. Heyns, South Africa

0750-0800
Discussion and Questions

All

0800-0820
An International Perspective on Training for Urologists

Michael Hehir, China

0820-0830
Discussion, Questions and Conclusion

All

0830-0850
SIU-Albert Schweitzer Award Lecture


0830-0850
Global Disparities in Access to Surgery: A Humanitarian Crisis

Sakti Das, USA

0850-0910
EAU Lecture


0850-0910
Over-Diagnosis and Over-Treatment of Prostate Cancer: A Worldwide Perspective

Fritz H. Schröder, Netherlands

0910-1110
Plenary 3: Management of Advanced RCC


Chair

Christopher Wood, USA

0915-0925
Pro: What is the Role of Lymph Node Dissection in

Locally Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma?

Hendrik Van Poppel, Belgium

0925-0935
Con: What Is the Role of Lymph Node Dissection in

Locally Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma?

John M. Fitzpatrick, Ireland

0935-0950
What is the Status of Adjuvant Therapy for Locally Advanced

Renal Cell Carcinoma in 2012?

Daniel Heng, Canada

0950-1000
What Is the Role of Cytoreductive Surgery in this Patient?

Upfront Cytoreductive Nephrectomy

Christopher Wood, USA

1000-1010
What Is the Role of Cytoreductive Surgery in this Patient?

Presurgical Therapy (Delayed Cytoreductive Nephrectomy)

Axel Bex, Netherlands

1010-1025
Regional Differences in the Approach to Systemic Therapy for Metastatic

Renal Cell Carcinoma: The European Approach

Peter Mulders, Netherlands

1025-1040
The North American Approach

Nizar M. Tannir, USA

1040-1055
The Asian Approach

Nobuo Shinohara, Japan

1055-1110
Biomarkers for Renal Cell Carcinoma: What is the Status in

2012?

Bin Tean Teh, USA

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 12: Vesico-Vaginal Fistula


Co-Chairs

Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal
Lauri J. Romanzi, USA

1030-1045
The New Approach for Neovagina in Complex Obstetric Fistulas

Igor Vaz, Mozambique

1045-1100
Clinical Procedures, Practices and Postoperative Outcomes in Surgical Repair of

Female Genital Fistula: A Prospective Cohort Study

Joseph Ruminjo, USA

1100-1115
The Video Fistula Trainer: A Cognitive Surgical Simulation Training in

the Developing World

Priyanka Gupta, USA

1115-1130
Pelvic Floor Disorders Program Establishment in Developing Nations

Lauri J. Romanzi, USA

1130-1145
Global Perspective on Management of VVF

Serigne-Magueye Gueye, Senegal

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 13: Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome


Co-Chairs

Tetsuro Matsumoto, Japan
Florian Wagenlehner, Germany

1030-1035
Introduction

Florian Wagenlehner, Germany

1035-1052
The Role of Hormones and Hormonal Receptors in Chronic Pelvic

Pain Syndrome

Stuart Ellem, Australia

1052-1109
Molecular Bacterial Signatures in Patients with CP-CPPS

Satoshi Takahashi, Japan

1109-1126
The Importance of Sexual Dysfunction in Patients with CP-CPPS

Florian Wagenlehner, Germany

1126-1143
Male Genital Tuberculosis: Significance in CP-CPPS Patients in a High

Risk Area

Ekatherina Kulchavenya, Russia

1143-1200
Novel Therapeutic Options in Patients with CP-CPPS

J. Curtis Nickel, Canada

1030-1200
Parallel Plenary 14: Management of Complex Stones


Chair

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1030-1035
Introduction

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1035-1045
Bleeding Diathesis

Michael Marberger, Austria

1045-1055
Congenital Abnormalities of Collecting Systems

Glenn Preminger, USA

1055-1105
Large Stone Burden

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1105-1115
Bilateral Stones with Both Infection and Renal Insufficiency

Michael Wong, Singapore

1115-1200
Panelist: Case Presentation

Glenn Preminger, USA

1115-1200
Moderator: Case Presentation

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1115-1200
Panelist: Case Presentation

Michael Marberger, Austria
Michael Wong, Singapore

1200-1315
Sponsored Symposia


Asahi Kasei Pharma Corporation


Pfizer Oncology


Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited


1200-1315
Break


1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 17: Prostate Cancer: Therapy


Moderators

Laurence Klotz, Canada
Osamu Ogawa, Japan

1315-1445
Moderated Poster Session 18: Renal Transplantation


Moderators

Kazunari Tanabe, Japan
Nasser Simforoosh, Iran

1315-1445
Moderated Posters Session 19: Stones: Medical Management and New Technologies


Moderators

Hiroshi Kiyota, Japan
Ravindra Sabnis, India

1315-1445
Podium Session 09: Prostate Cancer: Therapy


Moderators

Arnauld Villers, France
Isao Hara, Japan

1315-1445
Podium Session 10: Stones


Moderators

Masatsugu Iwamura, Japan
Pilar Laguna Pes, Netherlands

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 15: Management of the Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

Patient: From Spinal Shock to Life Long Disability


Co-Chairs

Sophie Fletcher, USA
Reynaldo Gomez, Chile

1320-1335
Thirty Years of Bladder Management Methods

Anne Cameron, USA

1335-1350
Conservative and Minimally Invasive Management (Botox)

Kurt McCammon, USA

1350-1405
Reconstructive Surgery

Markus Hohenfellner, Germany

1405-1420
A Somatic-Autonomic Reflex Pathway Procedure (Xiao Procedure) for Neurogenic Bladder

After SCI

Chuan-Guo Xiao, China

1420-1435
Sexuality and Fertility

Stacy L. Elliott, Canada

1435-1445
Questions and Discussion

All

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 16: Urethral Surgery: Global Perspectives


1-Stage Urethral Reconstruction Using Colonic Mucosa Graft for the Treatment

of a Long Complex Urethral Stricture

Richard A. Santucci, USA

Co-Chairs

Sanjay Balwant Kulkarni, India

1315-1325
Oral Mucosa Flap Urethroplasty for Complex Urethral Stricture

Sanjay Balwant Kulkarni, India

1335-1345
Penile Urethral Stricture

Rados Djinovic, Serbia

1345-1355
Management of Bulbar Urethral Stricture

Ahmad Shamsodini, Qatar

1355-1405
Treatment of Lichen Sclerosus Related Panurethral Strictures

Keith Rourke, Canada

1405-1415
Management of Catheter: Induced Urethral Stricture Using the "Quartey Flap"

Layi Shittu, Nigeria

1415-1425
Management of Fossa Navicularis Strictures

Jerilyn Latini, USA

1425-1445
Discussion

All

1315-1445
Parallel Plenary 17: Contemporary Reflections on Medical Management for Male

LUTS


Chair

Jean de la Rosette, Netherlands

1315-1327
Assessment of Male LUTS Revisited

Paul Abrams, United Kingdom

1327-1339
Male LUTS and Erectile Dysfunction: Is There a Missing Link?

Kevin T. McVary, USA

1339-1351
Male LUTS and OAB: An Algorithm to Success of Treatment

Christopher R. Chapple, United Kingdom

1351-1403
Combination Therapy: For Whom and Which One?

Claus G. Roehrborn, USA

1403-1415
PSA Utility in the Era of Combination Therapy

Stavros Gravas, Greece

1415-1427
PDE5 Inhibitors: The New Kid on the Block

Matthias Oelke, Germany

1427-1445
Discussion

All

1445-1500
Break


1500-1630
SIU General Assembly


1900-2200
SIU Gala Banquet



Thursday, October 04

0800-0900
Take-Home Messages: Oncology, Stones/Endourology, LUTD


0800-0820
Oncology

Shin Egawa, Japan

0820-0840
Stones/Endourology

Jean de la Rosette, Netherlands

0840-0900
Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction

William J. Lynch, Australia

0900-
Announcement of Best Poster and Best Video Awards

Jean de la Rosette, Netherlands

0900-0920
CAU Lecture


0900-0920
Continent Reconstruction of the Neurogenic Bladder in the Spinal Cord

Patient

Reynaldo Gomez, Chile

0920-1030
Plenary 4: Management of the Aging Male


Chair

Shigeo Horie, Japan

0920-0935
Concept and Epidemiology

Kwangsung Park, South Korea

0935-0950
Diagnosis

Akira Tsujimura, Japan

0950-1005
Treatment Guidelines

Akira Tsujimura, Japan

1005-1020
Testosterone and the Prostate

Hisamitsu Ide, Japan

1020-1030
Discussion

All

1030-1040
Break


1040-1140
Plenary 5: Erectile Dysfunction


Chair

Yasusuke Kimoto, Japan

1045-1100
Epidemiology: Global and Asia

Sae Chul Kim, South Korea

1100-1115
Medical Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

Man Kay Li, Singapore

1115-1130
Erectile Dysfunction and Prostate Cancer

Shin-Ichi Hisasue, Japan

1140-1200
AUA Lecture


1140-1200
Prostate Cancer Worldwide: One Disease or Many?

Peter R. Carroll, USA

1200-1215
Closing Remarks


1200-1205
Farewell

Mahesh R. Desai, India

1205-1215
Invitation to Vancouver

Simon Tanguay, Canada
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