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Whether neurogenic or not, bladder and sphincter dysfunction is a commonality in PRM. Evaluation and treatment requires multidisciplinary collaboration where the PRM physician plays a fundamental role. This session will focus on the problematic of perineal disability, including the wide range of neurogenic disorders affecting urinary control, their exploration after brain or cord injury, and functional disorders (exercise-induced incontinence) and anorectal disorders.
Saturday, October 16th, 2010
10:30 - 12:00 Room 6 - Level 0
Sphincter disorders and PRM
Chairperson : Pr G. AMARENCO
Moderators : Pr G. AMARENCO, Pr P. DENYS
10h30 - Results of a postal survey Genulf, AFU, SOFMER, SIFUD PP on neuro-urology practices
10h40 - PP Test (Pencil and Paper test) a new instrument for evaluation and prediction of self-catheterization: a prospective study in 108 patients
10h50 - Hyperactivity of the phasic or terminal detrusor in female patients: relationship between age and sphincter behaviour
11h00 - Prospective study of quality of life in 24 patients with multiple sclerosis using self-catheterization
11h10 - Prevalence of locoregional symptoms in patients with colorectal disorders (constipation and/or faecal incontinence) of neurological origin
11h20 - Standardized urethral pattern in the female patient: reproducibility of maximal closure pressure
11h30 - Urodynamic and clinical study of 26 patients with familial spastic paraplegia
11h40 - Urodynamics after menopause
11h50 - Interest and benefit of continent cystostomy in patients with a neurobladder