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Microsoft word - 2011 ses abstract schedule

Thursday, March 17, 2011
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Session 3: Kidney Cancer Podium

#1 PRE-OPERATIVE NUTRITIONAL STATUS IS ASSOCIATED WITH SURVIVAL AFTER
NEPHRECTOMY FOR RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Dominic Tang¹, Todd Morgan², Daniel Barocas², Christopher Anderson², Kelly Stratton², S. Duke Herrell², Sam Chang², Michael Cookson², Joseph Smith² and Peter Clark² ¹Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tn; ²Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tn #2 POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS FROM CYTOREDUCTIVE NEPHRECTOMY AFTER
NEO-ADJUVANT TARGETED THERAPY FOR METASTATIC RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Brian F. Chapin¹, Scott E. Delacroix¹, Stephen H. Culp¹, Graciela M. Nogueras-Gonzalez² and ¹The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Department of Urologic Oncology, Houston, Texas; ²The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Department of Biostatistics, Houston, #3 ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY FOR COMPLEX RENAL MASSES:
A PROSPECTIVE, MULTI-CENTER STUDY
Wesley White¹, Michael White², Georges-Pascal Haber², Ricardo Autorino², Frederick Klein¹, W ¹Division of Urologic Surgery, The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN; ²Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH #4 ASSOCIATION OF R.E.N.A.L. NEPHROMETRY SCORE AND ISCHEMIA TIME DURING PARTIAL
NEPHRECTOMY
Jason Bylund, Dustin Gayheart, Ramakrishna Venkatesh, David Preston, Stephen Strup and Paul Crispen #5 ASSESSMENT OF PREOPERATIVE C-REACTIVE PROTEIN AS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR
OF FURHMAN NUCLEAR GRADE IN THE SETTING OF A SMALL RENAL MASS
S. Mohammad Jafri, Kenneth Ogan, Timothy Johnson, John Pattaras, Kenneth J. Carney, Peter Nieh and #6 MOLECULAR MARKERS MAY AID IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF ONCOCYTOMA
Jeffrey Gahan¹, Vincent Bird², Soloway Mark¹ and Vinata Lokeshwar¹ ¹University of Miami Department of Urology; ²University of Florida Department of Urology #7 ESR-BASED LOW, INTERMEDIATE, AND HIGH RISK CATEGORIES PREDICTING OVERALL
SURVIVAL IN LOCALIZED RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Brian Cross¹, Austin DeRosa¹, Timothy Johnson¹, Ammara Abbasi¹, Andrew Michigan¹, Ken Ogan¹, John Pattaras¹, Peter Nieh¹, Fray Marshall¹, Jeff Carney¹, Omer Kucuk², Wayne Harris² and Viraj ¹Emory University Department of Urology, Atlanta, GA; ²Emory University Department of Hematology and #8 ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF NON-NEOPLASTIC RENAL DISEASE AFTER PARTIAL
NEPHRECTOMY
Michael Garcia-Roig, Monica Garcia-Buitrago, Carlos Parra-Hernan, Merce Jorda, Bruce Kava, Murugesan Manoharan, Mark Soloway and Gaetano Ciancio #9 CHARACTERIZING FOLLOW-UP IMAGING AFTER PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
Jason Reynolds, Rizk El-Galley, Erik Busby and Jan Colli #10 IMPORTANCE OF SELECTION CRITERIA IN PERFORMING RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY WITH
CONCOMITANT IVC THROMBECTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH METASTATIC RENAL CELL
CARCINOMA
Tony Kurian¹, Timothy Kim², Wade Sexton³, Julio Pow-Sang³, John Seigne³, Hui-Yi Lin³, Paul Armstrong¹, Devanand Mangar¹ and Philippe Spiess³ ¹University of South Florida, Tampa FL; ²University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; ³Moffitt Cancer Center, #11 LONG TERM OUTCOMES AFTER PERCUTANEOUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION FOR
RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Ronald Zagoria¹, Joseph Pettus², Morgan Rogers¹, David Werle², David Childs¹ and John Leyendecker¹ ¹Department of Radiology, Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Winston-Salem, NC; ²Department of Urology, Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Winston-Salem, NC #12 RETROGRADE RENAL HYPOTHERMIA TECHNIQUE: ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY IN
A SOLITARY KIDNEY
Philip Dorsey, Sarah Conley, Brian Richardson and Benjamin Lee Department of Urology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA #13 PROSPECTIVE MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPROACHES TO MANAGEMENT OF ENHANCING
RENAL MASSES: EVIDENCE OF SIGNIFICANT INTERVAL GROWTH OR SIZE GREATER
THAN 3 CM PRIOR TO INTERVENTION.
Robert Carey¹, Amar Raval² and Tariq Hakky² ¹Florida State University College of Medicine, Sarasota Florida; ²Florida State University College of #14 URETEROSCOPIC CORRELATION WITH FINAL PATHOLOGY SPECIMEN IN UPPER TRACT
UROTHELIAL CANCER
John Pattaras, Yamile Morales, Kenneth Ogan and Viraj Master #15 ENHANCING RENAL TUMORS IN PATIENTS WITH PRIOR NORMAL ABDOMINAL IMAGIING:
INSIGHT INTO THE NATURAL HISTORY OF RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Gregory Stewart¹, Aldiana Soljic², Alex Kutikov³, Paul Crispen¹ and Robert Uzzo³ ¹University of Kentucky, Lexington KY; ²University of Miami, Maimi FL; ³Fox Chase Cancer Center,
1:30 pm - 2:45 pm

Session 6: Urodynamics and Bladder Function Podium
#16 MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE 1 GENETIC VARIANT IS ASSOCIATED WITH STRESS
URINARY INCONTINENCE AND PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
Ilya Gorbachinsky¹, Patrick McKenzie¹, Lysanne Campeau², Jan Rohozinski²,³, Karl-Erik Andersson², ¹Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Department of Urology, Winston-Salem, NC; ²Wake Forest University Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC; ³Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Houston, TX; 4Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Department of Biostatistical Science, Winston-Salem, NC #17 COLPOCLEISIS FOR ADVANCED PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
Michelle Koski¹, Denise Chow¹, Ahmet Bedestani², Joanna Togami¹, Ralph Chesson² and J. Christian ¹LSU and Ochsner Departments of Urology; ²LSU Deparmtment of Obstetrics and Gynecology #18 PHENOTYPING MEN WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/PAINFUL BLADDER SYNDROME
Adam Stewart, Edward Kim, James Bienvenu, Ragi Doggweiler and Frederick Klein University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN #19 CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AND DISEASE IN WOMEN WITH OVERACTIVE
BLADDER “WET” VS “DRY”
Ekene Enemchukwu, W. Stuart Reynolds, Michelle Koski, Gregory Broughton, Douglas Milam, Harriette Scarpero, David Penson, Roger Dmochowski and Melissa Kaufman Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urologic Surgery, Nashville, TN #20 EFFECTS OF TOPICAL AND ORAL OXYBUTYNIN ON COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOMOTOR
FUNCTIONS IN OLDER ADULTS—A DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY
Gary Kay¹, David Staskin², Scott MacDiarmid³, Marilyn McIlwain4 and Naomi Dahl4 ¹Cognitive Research Corporation, St. Petersburg, FL; ²Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA; ³Alliance Urology Specialists, Greensboro, NC; 4Watson Laboratories, Inc., Morristown, NJ #21 LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP DATA ON THE MINIARC™ SINGLE INCISION SLING SYSTEM FOR
THE TREATMENT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
RYAN PICKENS, ADAM STEWART, JARED MOSS, WESLEY WHITE, BEDFORD WATERS and #22 THE VIRTUE SLING FOR POST-PROSTATECTOMY INCONTINENCE – SAFETY, EFFICACY,
AND URODYNAMIC CHANGES AT 6 MONTHS FOLLOW-UP
Craig Comiter¹, Michael Kennelly², Victor Nitti³ and Eugene Rhee4 ¹Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA; ²McKay Urology, Charlotte, NC; ³NYU Urology Associates, New York, NY; 4Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA #23 TREATMENT OF MALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE WITH THE ADVANCE
TRANSOBTURATOR SLING: RECENT CHANGES IN SURGICAL TECHNIQUE YIELD BETTER
PATIENT OUTCOMES
¹Urology Centers of Alabama, Birmingham, AL; ²The Center for Urological Treatment and Research, #24 MIDURETHRAL SLING SURGERY IN THE OBESE WOMAN: DOES DEGREE OF OBESITY
INFLUENCE SURGICAL OUTCOMES AND COMPLICATIONS?
Paul W. Walker, Andre P. Broussard, Kristi L. Hebert, B. Jill Williams and Alex Gomelsky #25 TREATMENT OF MALE STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE WITH THE ADVANCE
TRANSOBTURATOR SLING: LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP REVEALS HIGH PATIENT
SATISFACTION
¹The Center for Urological Treatment, Nashville, TN; ²Urology Centers of Alabama, Birmingham, AL #26 EARLY ERECTILE FUNCTION FOLLOWING ROBOTIC PROSTATECTOMY PREDICTS
RESOLUTION OF SEVERE INCONTINENCE
#27 LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF BOVINE DERMIS AS A BIOLOGIC SUBSTITUTE FOR
AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE IN PUBOVAGINAL SLING SURGERY
Joshua Holstead, B. Jill Williams and Alex Gomelsky
1:30 pm - 3:15 pm

Session 8: Simultaneous Video Session I
ROBOTIC ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RECONSTRUCTION OF RETROCAVAL URETER:
DESCRIPTION AND VIDEO OF TECHNIQUE
Timothy LeRoy, David Thiel and Todd Igel INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING AND QUANTITATION OF RENAL ISCHEMIA DURING
PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY: A PILOT STUDY USING NEAR INFRARED TISSUE OXIMETRY
Sarah Conley, Amanda Feige, Mathew Oommen, E. Alton Sartor, Erin Johnson and Benjamin Lee Tulane University School of Medicine - New Orleans, LA V-LOC™ BARBED SUTURE TO FACILITATE THE VESICOURETHRAL ANASTOMOSIS
DURING ROBOT-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY
RETROGRADE RENAL HYPOTHERMIA TECHNIQUE: ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY IN
A SOLITARY KIDNEY
Sarah Conley¹, Brian Richardson², Ashley Bowen³, Van Vo², Zhenggang Xiong², Raju Thomas² and Ben EARLY RETROGRADE NERVE PRESERVATION DURING ROBOT-ASSISTED RADICAL
PROSTATECTOMY IMPROVES POTENCY OUTCOMES
Marcelo Orvieto, Sanket Chauhan, Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman, Rafael Coelho, Kenneth Plamer and Vipul MODIFIED TECHNIQUE OF ROBOT ASSISTED SIMPLE PROSTATECTOMY: ADVANTAGES OF
A VESICO-URETHERAL ANASTOMOSIS.
Rafael Coelho, Sanket Chauhan, Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman, Marcelo Orvieto, Kenneth Plamer and Vipul ROBOTIC SACRAL COLPOPEXY WITH CONCOMITANT SUPRACERVICAL HYSTERECTOMY
Wesley White¹, Ryan Pickens¹, Robert Elder² and Frederick Klein¹ ¹Division of Urologic Surgery, The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN; ²Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, SALVAGE ROBOTIC ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY (SRALP) FOR
RADIORECURRENT PROSTATE CANCER: DESCRIPTION O FTECHNIQUE AND
MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL OUTCOMES.
Rafael Coelho¹, Sanket Chauhan¹, Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman¹, Marcelo Orvieto, Kenneth Plamer¹, Manoj Patel¹, Michael Liss², Thomas Ahlering², Robert Ferrigni³, Erik Castle4, Jean Joseph5 and ¹GRI; ²UCI; ³Mayo clinic; 4Mayo Clinic; 5University of Rochester ROBOTIC SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA
Joseph Pugh¹, Sijo Parekattil² and Li-Ming Su² ¹University of Florida, Department of Urology, Gainesville Florida; ²University of Florida, Department of Video # 10
TRANSVAGINAL COLPOCLEISIS IN THE TREATMENT OF ADVANCED VAGINAL
PROCIDENTIA IN THE ELDERLY FEMALE: SURGICAL TECHNIQUE
Denise Chow¹, Michelle Koski², Joanna Togami², Ralph Chesson³, Ahmet Bedestani³ and Jack Winters² ¹LSU/Ochsner Departments of Urology; ²LSU/ Ochsner Departments of Urology, New Orleans, Louisiana; ³LSU Department of Gynecology, New Orleans, Louisiana
3:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Session 10: Concurrent Poster Session - Prostate Cancer
Poster# 1
THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS, RACE, ETHNICITY, AND THE
DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP ON PSA SCREENING BEHAVIOR
Eminajulo Adekoya, Robert Mitchell, III¹, David Penson¹,²,³, Jay Fowke4 and Daniel Barocas¹,² ¹Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urologic Surgery, Nashville, TN; ²Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Center for Surgical Quality and Outcomes Research, Nashville, TN; ³Tennessee Valley Veterans Administration Health System, Nashville, TN; 4Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Division of Epidemiology, Nashville, TN Poster# 2
HIFU AND THE INTERNET: A QUALITY CONTROL STUDY OF ONLINE INFORMATION
Joshua Langston, J. Patrick Selph, Ankur Manvar, James Fergueson, Angela Smith, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen and Raj Pruthi Poster# 3
TUMOR VOLUME AS A PREDICTOR OF ADVERSE PATHOLOGIC FEATURES AND
BIOCHEMICAL RECURRENCE (BCR) IN RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY SPECIMENS; A TALE
OF TWO METHODS
Ian Thompson III¹, Shady Salem¹, Sam Chang¹, Peter Clark¹, Rodney Davis¹, S. Duke Herrell¹, Yakup Kordan¹, Roxelyn Baumgartner¹, Sharon Phillips², Joseph Smith, Jr.¹, Michael Cookson¹ and Daniel ¹Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urologic Surgery, Nashville, TN; ²Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Biostatistics, Nashville, TN Poster# 4
MARIJUANA USE AND PROSTATE CANCER OUTCOMES IN VETERANS
Sisir Botta, Daniel Linn and Martha Terris Poster# 5
THE FATE OF MEN WITH INCIDENTAL PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSED AT THE TIME OF
RADICAL CYSTECTOMY
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Angela Smith, Matthew Nielsen, Poster# 6
THE IMPACT OF ABNORMAL DIGITAL RECTAL EXAMINATION ON PROSTATE CANCER
DETECTION IN OBESE MEN
David Chu, Daniel Moreira, Leah Gerber, Madeline McKeever, Stephen Freedland and Lionel Bañez Division of Urologic Surgery, Department of Surgery, Duke University, Durham, NC Poster# 7
EVALUATION OF BIOAVAILABLE TESTOSTERONE LEVELS, ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION AND
PROSTATE CANCER AGGRESSIVENESS IN MEN UNDERGOING TREATMENT FOR
LOCALIZED PROSTATE CANCER
Alexander Parker, Andrea Tavlarides, Nancy Diehl, Michael Heckman, Kristin Green and Gregory Poster# 8
PRE-SALAVAGE PSA IS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN SELECTING PATIENT FOR SALVAGE
CRYOABLATION OF THE PROSTATE IN PATIENTS WITH BIOCHEMICAL RECURRENCE
AFTER RADIATION THERAPY
Ahmed El-Zawahry¹, Harry Clarke² and Thomas Keane³ ¹Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; ²Medical University of South Carolina, Chrleston, SC; ³Medical Univesity of South Carolina, Charleson, sc Poster# 9
RISK OF DEVELOPMENT OF PROTEINURIA WITH ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION THERAPY FOR
PROSTATE CANCER
Reza Mehrazin, Jamin Brahmbhatt, Michael Aleman, John Stites, Travis Pagliara, Anthony Patterson, Ithaar Derweesh, Christopher Ledbetter, Jim Wan and Robert Wake Poster# 10
ALTERED SUBCELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF BETA-CATENIN IN HUMAN PROSTATE
CANCERS DETECTED BY A NOVEL PHOSPHO-SPECIFIC BETA-CATENIN ANTIBODY
Poster# 11
LOW YIELD OF SCREENING FOR HEMATURIA IN PATIENTS WITH A HISTORY OF PELVIC
RADIATION FOR PROSTATE CANCER
Marina Cheng, Jeffrey Lee, Sravankumar Kavuri and Martha Terris Poster# 12
EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF A ONCE-YEARLY HISTRELIN ACETATE IMPLANT (VANTAS®)
COMPARED WITH 3-MONTH GOSERELIN ACETATE IMPLANTS IN PATIENTS WITH
METASTATIC PROSTATE CANCER
Endo Pharmaceuticals, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania Poster# 13
CANCER CURE AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES WITH ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC
RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY (RALRP): 500 CASES AT A TERTIARY CANCER CARE
REFERRAL CENTER
Robert Carey¹, Amar Raval² and Tariq Hakky² ¹Florida State University College of Medicine, Sarasota Florida; ²Florida State University College of Poster# 14
AN ALGORITHM UTILIZING PROSTATE BIOPSY AND FUSED CAPROMAB PENDETIDE
SCANNING (CPS) HELP TO SELECT PATIENTS FOR SALVAGE CRYOSURGICAL ABLATION
OF THE PROSTATE (CSAP)
Ahmed El-Zawahry¹, Matthew Eskridge², Georgiana Onisiscu², Elizabeth Garett-Meyer², Harry Clarke² ¹Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; ²Medical University of South Carolina, Chrleston, Poster# 15
EVALUATION OF THE PHARMACOKINETICS AND PHARMACODYNAMICS OF A
ONCE-YEARLY HISTRELIN ACETATE IMPLANT (VANTAS®) IN PATIENTS WITH PROSTATE
CANCER AND RENAL OR HEPATIC IMPAIRMENT
Endo Pharmaceuticals, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania Poster# 16
ROBOT-ASSISTED RADICAL CYSTECTOMY VERSUS OPEN RADICAL CYSTECTOMY IN THE
ELDERLY: IMPLICATIONS ON PERI-OPERATIVE MORBIDITY
Kyle A. Richards, A. Karim Kader, Joe A. Pettus, John J. Smith III and Ashok K. Hemal Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Friday, March 18, 2011
7:00 am - 8:15 am
Session 12 - Bladder Cancer Podium
#28 COMPARISON OF RECURRENCE PATTERNS OF UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL
CARCINOMAS TREATED ENDOSCOPICALLY OR WITH RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY
Mark Anderson, GM Preminger and BA Inman Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC #29 PREDICTING THE PROBABILITY OF 90-DAY SURVIVAL IN ELDERLY BLADDER CANCER
PATIENTS TREATED WITH RADICAL CYSTECTOMY
Nedim Ruhotina, Todd Morgan, Sam Chang, Daniel Barocas, Kirk Keegan, David Penson, Peter Clark, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN #30 BLADDER CONSERVATION FOR MYOINVASIVE UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA
#31 PRIOR PELVIC IRRADIATION DOES NOT RESULT IN FALSE POSITIVE UROVYSIONTM
FLUORESCENCE IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION (FISH) TEST RESULTS
Marina Cheng, Jeffrey Lee, Sravankumar Kavuri and Martha Terris #32 NUCLEAR MARTIX PROTEIN 22, URINARY CYTOLOGY, AND CYSTOSCOPY: A ONE YEAR
COMPARISON STUDY
Anthony Schlake¹, Timothy Atkinson¹, Daniel Davenport¹, Paul Crispen¹ and David Preston² ¹University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; ²Department of Veterans Affairs and University of Kentucky, #33 SDF1 ? VARIANT AND CXCR7 AS DIAGNOSTIC AND PROGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR
BLADDER CANCER
OBI EKWENNA, TRAVIS YATES, MIGUEL GOSALBEZ, SOUM LOKESHWAR, SAMIR SHIRODKAR, MURUGESAN MANOHARAN, MARK SOLOWAY and VINATA LOKESHWAR #34 MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SMALL CELL CARCINOMA OF THE BLADDER
Adam Stewart, Bedford Waters, Paul Hatcher and Frederick Klein University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN #35 CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PATIENTS UNDERGOING TURBT
FOR NEWLY-DIAGNOSED VERSUS RECURRENT BLADDER LESIONS DETECTED BY
CYSTOSCOPY.
Joshua Langston, J. Patrick Selph, Ankur Manvar, James Fergueson, Sean Sawh, Angela Smith, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Culley Carson and Raj Pruthi #36 CYTOREDUCTIVE SURGERY WITH INTRAPERITONEAL HYPERTHERMIC CHEMOTHERAPY
FOR PATIENTS WITH PERITONEAL DISSEMINATION OF URACHAL ADENOCARCINOMA
L Spencer Krane, Mary Cromer, A Karim Kader and Edward A Levine Wake Forest University, Winston Salem NC #37 PATTERNS OF UTILIZATION OF URINE-BASED MARKERS IN NON-MUSCLE-INVASIVE
BLADDER CANCER: RESULTS FROM THE BCAN / SUO / AUA / LUGPA ELECTRONIC
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, Sean Sawh, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Angela Smith, Eric Wallen, Raj Pruthi, Yair Lotan and Matthew Nielsen #38 RISK-SPECIFIC INTENSITY OF SURVEILLANCE PRACTICES IN NON-MUSCLE-INVASIVE
BLADDER CANCER: RESULTS FROM THE BCAN / SUO / AUA / LUGPA ELECTRONIC
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, Sean Sawh, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Angela Smith, Eric Wallen, Raj Pruthi, Yair Lotan and Matthew Nielsen 8:15 am - 9:30 am
Session 13: Encourology and Stone Disease Podium
#39 SINGLE CENTER CLINICAL COMPARISON OF TWO REINFORCED URETERAL ACCESS
SHEATHS FOR RETROGRADE URETEROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF URINARY LITHIASIS
Rajinikanth Ayyathurai, John Shields, Prashanth Kanagarajah, Ezekiel Young, Alina Alvarez and Vincent University of Miami Miller School of Medicine #40 IMPACT OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND OXALATE, AND OXALOBACTER FORMIGENES
COLONIZATION ON STONE RISK
Juquan Jiang¹, John Knight², Linda Easter³, Rebecca Neiberg4, Ross Holmes² and Dean Assimos5 ¹Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology; ²Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem, North Carolina; ³GCRC Bionutrition Unit, Wake Forest University Medical School, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; 4Dept of Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest University Medical School Winston-Salem, North Carolina; 5Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem, #41 PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF ESWL AT A MULTI-PRACTICE
SINGLE CENTER: AN EVALUATION OF 14,397 PATIENTS.
Bhavin Patel, Manesh Patel and John Smith Wake Forest University, Department of Urology. Winston Salem, NC #42 STAGE II PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY: A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR RESIDUAL
STONE DISEASE
Arthur Caire, Aaron Boonjindasup, Aaron Bernie, Luke Fifer and Raju Thomas Tulane Department of Urology - New Orleans, LA #43 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR TREATMENT PLANES UTILIZING
THE DORNIER DELTA COMPACT ELECTROMAGNETIC LITHOTRIPTER
RYAN PICKENS, ADAM STEWART, BRENT HARDIN, WESLEY WHITE, BEDFORD WATERS and #44 GLYOXAL METABOLISM: A NOVEL PATHWAY IN ENDOGENOUS OXALATE SYNTHESIS
Kyle Wood, Dean Assimos, John Knight and Ross Holmes Department of Urology, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC #45 A MULTI-CENTER PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING THREE
INTRA-CORPOREAL LITHOTRITES DURING PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY
Michael Lipkin, Agnes Wang, Dorit Zilberman, Michael Ferrandino and Glenn Preminger Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC #46 RISK OF DIABETES MELLITUS AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY
(ESWL) OR URETEROSCOPY (URS) FOR URINARY STONE DISEASE
Reza Mehrazin, Jamin Brahmbhatt, Michael Aleman, Jessica Lange, Matthew Kincade, Kevin Walls, Anothony Patterson, Christopher Ledbetter, Jim Wan and Robert Wake 8:15 am - 9:30 am
Session 14: Radiology and Imagery Podium
#47 POSTOPERATIVE IMAGING IS UNNECESSARY AFTER ANASTOMOTIC URETHROPLASTY
Ryan Terlecki¹, Matthew Steele², Celeste Valadez² and Allen Morey² ¹Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem NC; ²UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX #48 A COMPARISON STUDY OF THE RADIATION DOSE OF IN-OFFICE CT SCANNERS WITH
HOSPITAL SCANNERS IN THE SAME PATIENTS
Phillip Wise¹, Narbik Manukian², John Lovett³, Denton Harris IV4, Tom Patterson5, Winston Wilfong6 ¹Spectrum Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI; ²Physicist, Los Angeles, CA; ³Wilmington, NC; 4Beaumont, TX; 5Galesburg, IL; 6Macon, GA; 7Neuysis Chapel Hill, NC #49 NOVEL USE OF MRI TO DETECT REFLUX IN A BLADDER MODEL WITHOUT CATHETERS,
IONIZING RADIATION, OR CONTRAST.OH MY!
Bhavin Patel, Gordon McLorie, Anthony Atala, Robert Kraft and Steve Hodges Wake Forest University, Department of Urology. Winston Salem, NC #50 THE USE OF MR UROGRAPHY AS AN ADJUVANT TO LAPAROSCOPIC PYELOPLASTY
John Pattaras, Yamile Morales, Diego Martin, Bobby Kalb and Kenneth Ogan #51 IS PREOPERATIVE IMAGING IN PROSTATE CANCER OVERUSED? AN ANALYSIS OF THE 2010
NATIONAL COMPREHENSIVE CANCER NETWORK GUIDELINES
Arthur Caire, Aaron Boonjindasup, Neils Johnson, Aaron Bernie, Raju Thomas and Benjamin Lee Tulane Department of Urology - New Orleans, LA #52 ARE COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY ANGIOGRAMS, MAGNETIC RESONANCE
ANGIOGRAMS AND ANGIOGRAMS NECESSARY FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE PARITAL
NEPHRECTOMIES?
Florida Hospital Celebration, Celebration, FL #53 ENHANCED RESIDENT EDUCATION AND PATIENT CARE PROVIDED BY MOBILE
COMPUTING DEVICES
Kush Patel¹, Arthur Caire¹, Ashley Bowen¹, Gordon Fifer¹ and Raju Thomas² ¹Tulane University School of Medicine, Department of Urology, New Orleans, LA; ²Chairman, Tulane University School of Medicine, Department of Urology, New Orleans, LA #54 MULTIMEDIA COMPUTER-BASED VERSION OF A STANDARD MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE
RELIABLE REGARDLESS OF PATIENT'S COMPUTER FAMILIARITY
Michael Bryant, Evan Schoenberg, Timothy Johnson and Viraj Master #55 ACUTE STONE EPISODE ASSOCIATED WITH DEPRESSION
Jordan Angell, Michael Bryant, Hukang Tu, Michael Goodman, John Pattaras and Ken Ogan #56 RISK OF HYPERTENSION AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE LITHOTRIPSY (ESWL)
OR URETEROSCOPY (URS) FOR URINARY STONE DISEASE
Reza Mehrazin, Jamin Brahmbhatt, Michael Aleman, Jessica Lange, Evan Dunn, Mattew Kincade, Kevin Walls, Anthony Patterson, Christopher Ledbetter, Jim Wan and Robert Wake 1:45 pm - 3:30 pm
Session 23: Concurrent Poster Session - All Inclusive
Poster# 17
IN VITRO FORMATION OF NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION (NMJ) FOR ACCELERATED
RESTORATION OF MUSCLE FUNCTION
In Kap Ko, Sang Jin Lee, Tamer Aboushwareb, James J. Yoo and Anthony Atala Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (Winston-Salem, NC) Poster# 18
AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO BUILDING CLINICALLY RELEVANT SIZED TISSUES FOR
UROLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION
Jaehyun Kim, Tanner Hill, Tamer Aboushwareb, Sang Jin Lee, James J. Yoo and Anthony Atala Poster# 19
STEM CELL RECRUITMENT FOR IN SITU TISSUE REGENERATION FOR UROLOGIC
APPLICATIONS
In Kap Ko, Timothy Chen, Tamer Aboushwareb, Young Min Ju, James J. Yoo, Sang Jin Lee and Anthony Poster# 20
HALOFUGINONE AND CHITOSAN COATED AMNION MEMBRANES DEMONSTRATE
IMPROVED ABDOMINAL ADHESION PREVENTION
L Spencer Krane¹, Scott Washburn², Jamie Jennell² and Steve J Hodges² ¹Wake Forest University, Winston Salem NC; ²Wake Forest Unversity, Winston Salem NC Poster# 21
IN VITRO MODEL OF MICROPOROUS POLYSACCHARIDE HEMOSPHERES
Poster# 22
URETHRAL CATHETERIZATION TECHNIQUES: A SURVEY OF CURRENT ACADEMIC AND
CLINICAL PRACTICES
Kevin Walls, Travis Pagliara, Keefu Du, Jordan Kurta, Tommie Norris and Anthony Patterson University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN Poster# 23
URETHRAL REST: ROLE AND RATIONALE IN ANTERIOR URETHROPLASTY
Ryan Terlecki¹, Matthew Steele², Celeste Valadez² and Allen Morey² ¹Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem NC; ²UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX Poster# 24
ANOMALOUS VASCULAR ANATOMY SHOULD NOT EXCLUDE POTENTIAL RENAL
TRANSPLANT DONORS
Zachary Reardon, Sean J. Clark, Kristin Broderick, Rizk El-Galley and J. Erik Busby Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL Poster# 25
RESIDENTS FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN UROLOGY (RESQU): THREE YEAR
EXPERIENCE WITH A RESIDENT-CENTERED QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE
Bryant Whiting, Marc Cohen, Scott Gilbert, Tom Crawford, Johannes Vieweg and Philipp Dahm Department of Urology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Poster# 26
INCIDENTAL PROSTATE CANCER DURING HOLMIUM LASER ENUCLEATION OF THE
PROSTATE: A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL STUDY
Davis P. Viprakasit¹, Rafael Nunez², Mitchell R. Humphreys² and Nicole L Miller¹ ¹Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee; ²Department of Urology, Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona Poster# 27
HOLMIUM LASER ENUCLEATION OF ABLATED PROSTATE (HOLEAP) : AN INNOVATIVE
SURGICAL TECHNIQUE FOR BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA
Sanjay Razdan, Ashish Sabharwal and Tony John International Robotic Prostatectomy Institute, Miami, FL. Poster# 28
DOES PROSTATE VOLUME AFFECT SILODOSIN-MEDIATED IMPROVEMENT OF SYMPTOMS
OF BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA?
Steven Kaplan¹, Claus Roehrborn², Lawrence Hill³, Weining Volinn³ and Gary Hoel³ ¹Weill Cornell Medical College New York City, NY; ²Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX; ³Watson Poster# 29
URINARY INFECTIONS IN U.S. HOSPITALS, 1993 TO 2008
Poster# 30
EPIDEMIOLOGY, ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE AND VARIATION IN MANAGEMENT OF
BLOODSTREAM INFECTIONS FOLLOWING TRANSRECTAL PROSTATE BIOPSY
PROCEDURES
Charles Scales¹, Luke Chen², Russell Staheli², Daniel Sexton², Deverick Anderson² and Brant Inman¹ ¹Division of Urologic Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC; ²Division of Infectious Diseases, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC Poster# 31
SURVEY BASED ANALYSIS OF ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS IN UROLOGIC CASES INVOLVING
PROSTHETIC IMPLANTS
Jordan Kurta¹, Jamin Brahmbhatt², Ali-Reza-Sharif Afshar², Robert Wake² and Michael Aleman² ¹UT Health Science center Memphis, TN; ²UT Health Science Center Memphis, TN Poster# 32
GIANT RETROVESICAL CYST APPENDICEAL CYSTADENOMA RESEMBLING SEMINAL
VESICLE CYST
Complejo Hospitalario Arnulfo Arias Madrid, Caja Del Seguro Social, Panama City, Panama. Poster# 33
INFLAMMATORY CELL TYPE IN PATIENTS WITH INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS/PAINFUL
BLADDER SYNDROME UNDERGOING CYSTOSCOPY WITH HYDRODISTENSION AND
Brent Hardin, John Beddies, James Bienvenu, Wesley White and Frederick Klein University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, Poster# 34
A MODEL OF BLADDER HYPOCONTRACTILITY IN THE RAT: PELVIC NERVE CRUSH
Christopher Chermansky¹, Denise Chow¹, Qiang Wu¹ and Matthew Fraser² ¹LSUHSC Department of Urology New Orleans LA; ²Duke Division of Urology Durham NC Poster# 35
CENTRAL ROLE OF BOARI FLAP PROCEDURE IN UPPER URETERAL RECONSTRUCTION
Ryan Mauck¹, Ryan Terlecki² and Allen Morey¹ ¹UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; ²Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem NC Poster# 36
A LONGITUDENAL EVALUATION OF SUBJECTIVE POSTOPERATIVE SYMPTOMS AND
DISSATISFACTION IN WOMEN CURED OF STRESS INCONTINENCE AFTER SLING
Poster# 37
IMPACT OF OBESITY ON SURGICAL OUTCOMES OF SINGLE INCISION MID-URETHRAL
RYAN PICKENS, JOHN BEDDIES, ADAM STEWART, BEDFORD WATERS, WESLEY WHITE and Poster# 38
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF RENAL ISCHEMIA IN REAL TIME USING DIGITAL IMAGE
ANALYSIS AND NEAR INFRARED TISSUE OXIMETRY DURING PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
Arthur Caire, Xavier Alvarez, Sarah Conley and Benjamin Lee Tulane Department of Urology - New Orleans, LA 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm
Session 22: Prostate Cancer Podium
#57 SIX WEEKS OF FLUOROQUINOLONE ANTIBIOTIC FOR ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS WITH
ELEVATED PSA IS NOT CLINICALLY BENEFICIAL: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL
Robin Bhavsar¹, Ahmed El-Zawahry¹, Susan Caulder², Jeanette Byers², John Tissot², Thomas Keane¹, ¹Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; ²Ralph A Johnson Veterans Hospital, #58 SHOULD OUTSIDE INSTITUTION PROSTATE BIOPSIES BE REVIEWED PRIOR TO RADICAL
PROSTATECTOMY?
Aaron Boonjindasup¹, Arthur Caire², Aaron Bernie², Lekha Mikkillineni², Kayleen Bailey², Sarah Conley², ¹Tulane University Dept. of Urology, New Orleans, LA; ²Tulane University SOM, New Orleans, LA #59 TOREMIFENE 80 MG DEMONSTRATES REDUCTION IN FRACTURE RISK IN MEN WHO ARE
LESS THAN 80 YEARS OF AGE ON ANDROGEN DEPRIVATION THERAPY
Paul Hatcher¹, Lewis Kriteman², Sean Heron³ and Michael Brawer4 ¹UT Medical Center, Knoxville, TN; ²North Fulton Urology, Roswell, Georgia; ³Pinellas Urology, St. Petersburg, Florida; 4GTx, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee #60 IN AN EQUAL ACCESS HOSPITAL, BLACK MEN ARE LESS LIKELY TO GET A RADICAL
PROSTATECTOMY
Joseph Klink, Daniel Moreira, Leah Gerber, Jean-Alfred Thomas, Madeline McKeever, Lionel Bañez and #61 PROSTATE CANCER RISK AND 1,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D3 LEVELS
James Bennett¹,²,³, Gina Kirkpatrick4, Jenelle Foote¹,²,³, Paul Alphonse, Jr¹, Leila Bucary¹, Adwoa ¹Midtown Urology & Midtown Urology Surgery Center; ²Emory University School of Medicine Department of Family Practice; ³Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia; 4Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA #62 PROSTATE SIZE AS A PREDICTOR OF GLEASON SCORE UPGRADING IN LOW-RISK
PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS
Monty Aghazadeh, Judson Davies, Sharon Phillips, Shady Salem, Peter Clark, Michael Cookson, Rodney Davis, S. Duke Herrell, Justin Gregg, Sam Chang, Joseph Smith and Daniel Barocas Vanderbilt University Department of Urologic Surgery, Nashville TN #63 NEOADJUVANT DOCETAXEL / ESTRAMUSTINE PRIOR TO RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY OR
EXTERNAL BEAM RADIOTHERAPY IN HIGH RISK LOCALIZED PROSTATE CANCER: A PHASE
Joshua Langston, J. Patrick Selph, Sean Sawh, William Kim, Paul Godley, Young Whang, Kim Rathmell, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen and Raj Pruthi #64 PSA AND PROSTATE BIOPSY RESPONSE TO VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION IN PATIENTS
UNDERGOING ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE FOR PROSTATE CANCER
Erin Burns¹, David Marshall¹, Stephen Savage¹, Sebastiano Gattoni-Celli¹ and John Lacy² ¹MUSC, Charleston, SC; ²UK, Lexington, KY #65 EVALUATION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF OBESITY AND PATHOLOGIC FEATURES OF
AGGRESSIVENESS AMONG MEN UNDERGOING RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY FOR
PROSTATE CANCER
Alexander Parker, Michael Heckman, Andrea Tavlarides, Nancy Diehl and Todd Igel #66 EFFECT OF CESIUM-131 BRACHYTHERAPY AND EXTERNAL BEAM RADIATION ON
URINARY SYMPTOMS, ERECTILE FUNCTION, AND QUALITY OF LIFE FOR INTERMEDIATE
TO HIGH RISK PROSTATE CANCER: A PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION
Joshua G Griffin¹, John Burns², Michael Baird³, William C Woods³ and Charles R Pound4 ¹University of Mississippi Medical Center; ²University of Mississippi Medical Center and Veterans Administration Hospital Jackson, MS; ³University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS; 4University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS. #67 ONCOLOGICAL OUTCOMES OF RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY WITH POSITIVE SURGICAL
MARGINS AND OTHERWISE FAVORABLE PROGNOSTIC FACTORS
Joshua G Griffin¹, Jade Smith² and Charles R Pound² ¹University of Mississippi Medical Center & VA Medical Center, Jackson, MS.; ²University of #68 RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY POSITIVE MARGIN RATES AMONG SURGEONS IN THE EARLY
PART OF THE LEARNING CURVE
Jordan Angell¹, Tim Johnson², Chad Ritenour², Fray Marshall² and Viral Master² ¹Emory University, Atlanta, GA; ²Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Session 25: Concurrent Poster Session - Pediatrics
Poster# 39
THE UTILITY OF LUMBOSACRAL MRI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ISOLATED
DYSFUNCTIONAL ELIMINATION
Gregory J. Broughton, Douglass B. Clayton, Stacy T. Tanaka, John C. Thomas, Mark C. Adams, John W. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee Poster# 40
RESIDENT PARTICIPATION IN HYPOSPADIAS REPAIR: AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT OF
UROLOGY TRAINING?
Christopher Bean, Edwin Harmon and Darlenia Andrews Poster# 41
SALVAGE OF BILATERAL ASYNCHRONOUS PERINATAL TESTICULAR TORSION
Jeremy Speeg¹, Christopher Roth², Gerald Mingin³ and Joseph Ortenberg² ¹New Orleans, LA; ²Children's Hospital New Orleans, LA; ³Burlington, VT Poster# 42
UTILITY OF VALIDATED BLADDER/BOWEL DYSFUNCTION QUESTIONNAIRE IN THE
CLINICAL PEDIATRIC UROLOGY SETTING
Beth Drzewiecki, John Thomas, John Pope, IV, Mark Adams, John Brock, III and Stacy Tanaka Division of Pediatric Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Poster# 43
VULVOVAGINITIS CAUSES URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS BY INCREASING PERIURETHRAL
COLONIZATION OF UROPATHOGENS
Ilya Gorbachinsky, Gordon McLorie, Anthony Atala and Steve Hodges Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Department of Urology, Winston-Salem, NC Poster# 44
HYDROCELE AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC VARICOCELECTOMY: DOES DIVISION OF SPERMATIC
VESSELS AFFECT INCIDENCE?
Beth Drzewiecki, Stacy Tanaka, John Thomas, John Pope, IV, Mark Adams and John Brock, III Division of Pediatric Urology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN Poster# 45
PAIN AS THE PRESENTING SYMPTOM OF PRIMARY MEGAURETER IN CHILDREN
Christopher B. Anderson, Mark C. Adams, Stacy T. Tanaka, John C. Pope, IV, John W. Brock, III and Division of Pediatric Urology, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt Poster# 46
A 15-YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH PEDIATRIC GENITAL BURNS AT A LEVEL-1 BURN CENTER:
OUTCOMES AND ANALYSIS
Zachary Klaassen¹, Pauline H. Go¹, E. Hani Mansour², Michael A. Marano², Sylvia J. Petrone², Abraham P. Houng², Sandra Johansen² and Ronald S. Chamberlain³ ¹Department of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; ²Department of Surgery, Division of Burn Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ; ³Chairman, Department of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ Poster# 47
RADIOGRAPHIC ASSESMENT OF STOOL BURDEN IN NORMAL CHILDREN
¹Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem NC; ²Assistant Urology Professor, Wake Forest University, Poster# 48
PRIAPISM IN CHILDREN WITH HEMOGLOBIN S: IS THERE A ROLE FOR
SYMPATHOMIMETICS?
Jamin Brahmbhatt, Reza Mehrazin, Kathleen Kieran, Mark Williams, Gerald Jerkins and Dana Giel University of Tennessee Health Science Center, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Memphis, TN Poster# 49
OCHOA (UROFACIAL) SYNDROME CULPRIT IDENTIFIED AS HEPARANASE 2 GENE -
IMPLICATIONS OF A 15 YEAR STUDY
Junfeng Pang¹, Shu Zhang¹, Bobbilynn Hawkins Lee², Ping Yang¹, Jixin Zhong¹, Yushan Zhang¹, Bernardo Ochoa³, Jose A.G. Agundez4, Marie-Antoinette Voelckel5, Weikuan Gu6, Wen-Cheng Xiong7, Lin Mei¹, Jin-Xiong She¹ and Cong-Yi Wang¹ ¹Center for Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta GA; ²Department of Surgery, Urology, and Center for Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia; ³Department of Pediatric Surgery, University Hospital San Vicente de Paul, University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia; 4Department of Pharmacology, Medical School, University of Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain; 5Department of Medical Genetics, Hospital d'Enfants de la Timone, Marseille, France; 6Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Campbell Clinic and Pathology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN; 7Institute of Molecular Medicine and Genetics and Department of Neurology, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA Poster# 50
INCIDENCE OF UROLOGIC ABNORMALITIES ON SCROTAL ULTRASOUND IN THE
PEDIATRIC POPULATION
Jamin Brahmbhatt, Reza Mehrazin, Patrik Luzny, Kathleen Kieran, Dana Giel and Mark Williams University of Tennessee Health Science Center, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Memphis, TN Poster# 51
DIAGNOSING EPIDIDYMITIS AND EPIDIDYMO-ORCHITIS IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM: DO
UROLOGISTS AND PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS DIFFER?
Jamin Brahmbhatt, Reza Mehrazin, Kathleen Kieran, Patrik Luzny, Dana Giel and Mark Williams University of Tennessee Health Science Center, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Memphis, TN
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Session 24: Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgery - Upper Tract Podium
#69 QUANTITATIVE REAL TIME MONITORING OF RENAL ISCHEMIA DURING PARTIAL
NEPHRECTOMY: A PILOT STUDY USING NEAR INFRARED TISSUE OXIMETRY
Sarah Conley¹, Amanda Feige², Alton Sartor¹, Ashley Bowen³ and Ben Lee¹ ¹New Orleans, LA; ²New Orlenas, LA; ³LA #70 THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF NEPHROMETRY SCORE ON OUTCOMES FOLLOWING
ROBOT-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
Amanda Feige, Sarah Conley, Michael Pinsky, Erin Johnson and Benjamin Lee Tulane University, Dept of Urology, New Orleans, LA #71 A COMPARISON OF OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING STANDARD LAPAROSCOPIC
VERSUS MICROLAPAROSCOPIC HYBRID PYELOPLASTY
Davis P. Viprakasit, Mark D. Sawyer, Hernan O. Altamar, Nicole L. Miller and S. Duke Herrell Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee #72 ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY DEMONSTRATES FAVORABLE ISCHEMIA TIMES
COMPARED TO LAPAROSCOPIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
Arthur Caire, Aaron Bernie, Will Armstrong, Aaron Boonjindasup and Benjamin Lee Tulane Department of Urology - New Orleans, LA #73 TESTICULAR PAIN AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC DONOR NEPHRECTOMY: A FREQUENT
COMPLICATION WITH SIGNIFICANT MORBIDITY
Samir Shirodkar¹, Vincent Bird², Michael Gorin¹, Alberto Zarak¹ and Gaetano Ciancio³ ¹University of Miami; ²Department Of Urology, University of Florida; ³University of Miami/Jackson #74 LAPAROSCOPIC NEPHROPEXY FOR NEPHROPTOSIS: IS IT SHAM SURGERY?
Lydia Laboccetta¹, Matthew Young² and Stephen J Savage³ ¹Resident, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; ²Resident, Medical University of South Carolina Urology, Charleston, SC; ³Attending, Medical University of South Carolina Urology, #75 INDUCTION OF RENAL HYPOTHERMIA VIA COUNTINOUS RETROGRADE IRRIGATION:
RESULTS IN PORCINE MODEL AND INITIAL EXPERIENCE IN A SERIES OF PATIENTS
UNDERGOING ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY IN A SOLITARY KIDNEY
Philip Dorsey, Brian Richardson, Sarah Conley and Benjamin Lee Department of Urology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA #76 ROBOT-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY OUTCOMES AT A SINGLE INSTITUTION
Scott Castle, Vladislav Gorbatiy, Watid Karjanawanichkul, Nelson Salas and Raymond Leveillee University of Miami, Department of Urology, Miami, FL #77 ROBOTIC SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF UPPER TRACT UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA
Joseph Pugh, Daniel Willis, Aaron Grossman, Sijo Parekattil and Li-Ming Su University of Florida, Department of Urology, Gainesville Florida #78 IS ROBOT-ASSISTED PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY AN EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUE ON T1B (4-7CM)
RENAL LESIONS?
Arthur Caire, Chris Bayne, Aaron Bernie, Aaron Boonjindasup and Benjamin Lee Tulane Department of Urology - New Orleans, LA #79 ROBOTIC ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY AFTER FAILED HIGH-INTENSITY
FOCUSED ULTRASOUND: EFFICACY AND OBSERVATIONS
Adam Stewart, Jared Moss, Bruce Woodworth and Paul Hatcher University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN #80 LAPAROENDOSCOPIC SINGLE SITE SURGERY: INITIAL EXPERIENCE IN ADULTS AND
PEDIATRIC PATIENTS.
Alejandro Rodriguez, Mark Rich, Fernando Coste-Delvecchio, Raoul Salup and Hubert Swana University of South Florida, Department of Urology, Tampa, Florida #81 ROBOTIC ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY: THE FIRST 10 CASES IN A
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SETTING
Florida Hospital Celebration, Celebration, FL #82 RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF SMALL RENAL MASSES: 8.75 YEAR EXPERIENCE AT A
SINGLE INSTITUTION
Raymond Leveillee, Scott Castle, Nelson Salas, Vladislav Gorbatiy and Watid Karjanawanichkul University of Miami, Department of Urology, Miami, FL Saturday, March 19, 2011
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Session 28: Pediatrics Podium
#83 THE CURRENT STATE OF SURGICAL INTERVENTION FOR PERINATAL TORSION: AN
INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF PEDIATRIC UROLOGISTS AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Benjamin G. Martin, David M. Kitchens, C.D. Anthony Herndon and David B. Joseph University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham AL #84 RISK FACTORS FOR HEMORRHAGIC CYSTITIS AFTER BONE MARROW
TRANSPLANTATION IN 849 CHILDREN
Jodi Antonelli¹, Hasan Irkilata², Jeremy Wiygul³, Dan Moreira¹, Paul Martin¹ and John Wiener¹ ¹Durham, NC; ²Ankara, Turkey; ³Long Island, NY #85 A SIX YEAR EXPERIENCE OF OPEN RENAL AND
BLADDER SURGERY PERFORMED AT A FREE-STANDING
PEDIATRIC SURGERY CENTER
¹University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN; ²East Tennessee Children’s #86 USE OF FIBRIN GLUE AS AN ADJUNCT IN HYPOSPADIAS REPAIR
Ayme Schmeeckle¹, Dennis Venable² and John Mata² ¹LSUHSC Shreveport, LA; ²LSUHSC, Shreveport, LA #87 L5-S3 LUMBAR TO SACRAL NERVE REROUTING TO RESTORE BLADDER AND BOWEL
FUNCTION IN NEUROGENIC PATIENTS: A NEUROSURGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Ravish Patwardhan¹, Ryan Vidrine², John Mata³ and Timothy Gilbert¹ ¹Interactive Neuroscience Center, LLC & Comprehensive Neurosurgery, LLC, Shreveport, LA; ²Dept. of Urology, Louisiant State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport, LA; ³Dept. of Urology, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-Shreveport, LA #88 UTILITY OF URODYNAMICS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF OCCULT TETHERED CORD IN
CHILDREN
Oxana Munoz, David Kitchens, Anthony Herndon and David Joseph University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, Birmingham, Alabama #89 IS A VALIDATED SYMPTOM SCORE PREDICTIVE OF ABNORMAL FINDINGS ON
UROFLOWMETRY IN CHILDREN WITH BLADDER / BOWEL DYSFUNCTION?
Benjamin M. Whittam, Douglass B. Clayton, John C. Thomas, John C. Pope, IV, Mark C. Adams, John
7:00 am - 8:00 am

Session 29: Concurrent Video Session II
Video # 11
ROBOTIC-ASSISTED BLADDER DIVERTICULECTOMY: TIPS AND TRICKS
David Thiel¹, Paul Young², Michael Wehle², Gregory Broderick², Steven Petrou² and Todd Igel² ¹Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL; ²Mayo Clinic Jacksonville Video # 12
NOT ALL PROSTATES ARE CREATED EQUAL: ROBOTIC PROSTATECTOMIES - LESSONS
Sarah Conley, Amanda Feige, Mathew Oommen, Luke Fifer, Benjamin Lee and Raju Thomas Tulane University School of Medicine - New Orleans, LA Video # 13
LEST WE FORGET: OPEN PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY IN THE ERA OF LAPAROSCOPY AND
ROBOTICS
Brian Richardson¹, Anil Paramesh² and Raju Thomas³ ¹Tulane University New Orleans, LA; ²Tulane University, New Orleans, LA; ³Tulane University, New Video # 14
ROBOT ASSISTED BLADDER DIVERTICULECTOMY
Marcelo Orvieto, Sanket Chauhan, Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman, Rafael Coelho, Kenneth Plamer and Vipul Video # 15
MODIFIED LATZKO PROCEDURE (PARTIAL COLPOCLEISIS) FOR VESICOVAGINAL FISTULA
REPAIR: TECHNIQUE AND OUTCOMES
Denise Chow¹, Ahmet Bedestani², Ralph Chesson² and J. Christian Winters¹ ¹Louisiana State University/Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA; ²Louisiana State University, Video # 16
KNOTLESS SUTURING DURING OPEN PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY WITH THE SLIDING-CLIP
TECHNIQUE
Michael Gorin, Rajan Ramanathan, Scott Castle, Bruce Kava and Raymond Leveillee Department of Urology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami FL Video # 17
THE S.P.E.C.I.A.L.™ TECHNIQUE FOR NERVE PRESERVATION DURING ROBOTIC
PROSTATECTOMY
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Session 30: Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgery - Lower Tract Podium
#90 THE INCIDENCE OF LYMPHOCELES AFTER ROBOT-ASSISTED PELVIC LYMPH NODE
DISSECTION
Marcelo Orvieto, Sanket Chauhan, Rafael Coelho, Kenneth PALMER, Pablo Marchetti, Ananth #91 DOES ROBOTIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY FOR BLADDER CANCER AFFECT LONG-TERM
HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE?
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Angela Smith, Sachin Vyas, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen and Raj Pruthi #92 ROBOTIC RADICAL CYSTECTOMY:
MEDIUM-TERM ONCOLOGIC FOLLOW-UP
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, Aaron Martin, Angela Smith, Sean Sawh, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen, Erik Castle and Raj Pruthi #93 IMPACT OF ROBOT ASSISTED RADICAL CYSTECTOMY ON PERI-OPERATIVE MORBIDITY:
COMPARISON OF 150 CONSECUTIVE RADICAL OPEN AND ROBOTIC CYSTECTOMIES
Kyle A. Richards, A. Karim Kader, Joseph A. Pettus, John J. Smith III and Ashok K. Hemal Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center #94 POSITIVE SURGICAL MARGINS AND THEIR LOCATIONS FOLLOWING ROBOT ASSISTED
LAPAROSCOPIC PROSTATECTOMY: A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL STUDY
Sanket Chauhan, Rafael Coelho, Ananthakrishnan Sivaraman, Marcelo Orvieto, Kenneth Palmer and (Presented By: Ananthakrishnan Sivaraman) #95 INFLUENCE OF MODIFIED POSTERIOR RECONSTRUCTION OF THE RHABDOSPHINCTER
ON EARLY RECOVERY OF CONTINENCE AND ANASTOMOTIC LEAK RATES AFTER RALP.
Rafael Coelho, Sanket Chauhan, Ananthakrishnan Sivaraman, Kenneth Palmer, Marcelo Orvieto and (Presented By: Ananthakrishnan Sivaraman) #96 ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY: EVALUATION OF THE
FUNCTIONAL AND ONCOLOGIC LEARNING CURVE
Joshua Langston, J. Patrick Selph, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Angela Smith, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen and Raj Pruthi #97 ANATOMIC APPROACH TO BLADDER NECK PRESERVATION DURING ROBOTIC
PROSTATECTOMY IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE
#98 PREVIOUS THERAPY FOR PROSTATE CANCER IS NOT A CONTRAINDICATION FOR
ROBOT-ASSISTED RADICAL CYSTECTOMY: A SINGLE INSTITUTION EXPERIENCE
Kyle A. Richards, A. Karim Kader, Joseph A. Pettus, John J. Smith III and Ashok K. Hemal Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center #99 THE EVALUATION OF THE LEARNING CURVE ASSOCIATED WITH ROBOTIC RADICAL
CYSTECTOMY: INITIAL 100 CASES
Joshua Langston, J. Patrick Selph, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Angela Smith, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen and Raj Pruthi #100 ROBOTIC VERSUS OPEN RADICAL CYSTECTOMY: IDENTIFCATION OF PATIENTS WHO
BENEFIT FROM THE ROBOTIC APPROACH
Michael Knox¹, Rizk El-Galley² and Erik Busby³ ¹University of Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, AL; ²University of Alabama-Birmingham, Birminham, AL; ³University of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham, AL #101 GRADING THE DEGREE OF LEAK ON CYSTOGRAM AFTER ROBOTIC PROSTATECTOMY
CAN PREDICT FOR BLADDER NECK CONTRACTURE
Michael Knox¹, Seena Safavy², Rizk El-Galley² and Erik Busby² ¹University of Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, AL; ²University of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham,
8:00 am - 9:30 am

Session 31: Concurrent Poster Session - UroOncology
Poster# 52
EXTRAMAMMARY PAGET’S DISEASE IN MALES: A SEER STUDY IN SURVIVAL
Lindsey Herrel, Timothy Johnson, Keith Delman and Viraj Master Poster# 53
ONCOLOGIC OUTCOMES FOR NODE-POSITIVE PATIENTS UNDERGOING ROBOTIC
RADICAL CYSTECTOMY
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, Aaron Martin, Angela Smith, Sean Sawh, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen, Erik Castle and Raj Pruthi Poster# 54
RE-RESECTING T1 BLADDER TUMORS: SINGLE-INSTITUTION ANALYSIS IN A MODERN
COHORT OF PATIENTS
J. Patrick Selph, Joshua Langston, Ankur Manvar, James Fergueson, Angela Smith, Matthew Nielsen, Poster# 55
IMPACT OF NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY ON ANEMIA AND PERIOPERATIVE
OUTCOMES AT THE TIME OF CYSTECTOMY
Timothy Atkinson, Randall Rowland, John Rinehart, Daniel Davenport, Garrett Korrect, Beau Dusseault, Poster# 56
IS PROLONGED STENTING A SOLUTION FOR THE LEFT CROSS-OVER URETER DILEMMA
IN ABDOMINAL WALL DIVERSIONS?
Alejandro Rodriguez, Alexandre Lockhart, Jeff King, Lucas Wiegand, Rafael Carrion, Raul Ordorica and University of South Florida, Department of Urology, Tampa, Florida Poster# 57
CAN CONTEMPORARY TARGETED THERAPIES PROVIDE CLINICALLY MEANINGFUL
CHANGES IN RENAL CELL CARCINOMA VENOUS TUMOR THROMBI?
Scott E. Delacroix, Jr.¹, Brian F. Chapin¹, Nicholas Cost², Jose A. Karam¹, Stephen Culp¹, E. Jason Abel¹, Graciela Gonzales³, Vitaly Margulis² and Christopher G. Wood¹ ¹Department of Urology, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas; ²Department of Urology, The University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas, Texas; ³Department of Biostatistics, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas Poster# 58
PERIOPERATIVE BLOOD TRANSFUSION AND SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING
NEPHRECTOMY FOR RENAL CELL CARCINOMA
Todd Morgan, Kelly Stratton, Michael Cookson, Daniel Barocas, Rodney Davis, Duke Herell, Joseph Poster# 59
FLANK PAIN AS A COMMON COMPLICATION AFTER PERCUTANEOUS RENAL
CRYOABLATION
¹ochsner clinic; ²lsuhsc,shreveport,la Poster# 60
COST ANALYSIS OF ROBOTIC-ASSISTED- VERSUS LAPAROSCOPIC- VERSUS OPEN
PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY
Joshua Langston, J. Patrick Selph, James Fergueson, Ankur Manvar, Sean Sawh, Mathew Raynor, Matthew Nielsen, Eric Wallen and Raj Pruthi Poster# 61
COMPARISON OF REIMBURSEMENT AMONG VARIOUS NEPHRON-SPARING SURGERIES
(NSS) FOR SMALL RENAL MASSES
Scott Castle, Vladislav Gorbatiy, Nelson Salas, Ahmed Eldefrawy, Watid Karnjanawanichkul and Raymond University of Miami, Department of Urology, Miami, FL Poster# 62
COSTS FOR UROLOGIC HOSPITALIZATIONS IN THE U.S., 1997 TO 2007
Poster# 63
DOES PROSTATE WEIGHT AFFECT PERIOPERATIVE, ONCOLOGIC AND EARLY
CONTINENCE OUTCOMES AFTER ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL
PROSTATECTOMY PERFORMED BY AN EXPERIENCED SURGEON?
Rafael Coelho, Sanket Chauhan, Ananthakrishnan Sivaraman, Kenneth Palmer, Marcelo Orvieto and (Presented By: Ananthakrishnan Sivaraman) Poster# 64
OUTCOMES FOLLOWING UROLOGIC PROCEDURE IN NONAGENARIANS AND
CENTENARIANS: A SAFETY AND FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS
Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston,NJ Poster# 65
SHORT TERM OUTCOMES OF ROBOTIC-ASSISTED ABDOMINAL SACROCOLPOPEXY FOR
THE REPAIR FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
RYAN PICKENS, JOHN BEDDIES, BRENT HARDIN, JARED MOSS, JAMES BIENVENU, ROBERT Poster# 66
ROBOT-ASSISTED RADICAL CYSTECTOMY VERSUS OPEN RADICAL CYSTECTOMY FOR
EXTRAVESICAL DISEASE: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE
Kyle A. Richards, A. Karim Kader, Joseph A. Pettus, John J. Smith III and Ashok K. Hemal Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Poster# 67
THE ECONOMICS OF ROBOTIC UROLOGIC SURGERY AND ITS ROLE WITHIN A
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND CANCER CENTER
Rajesh Laungani¹, Jade Smith² and Nikhil Shah³ ¹Saint Josephs Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia; ²Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia Poster# 68
LAPAROSCOPIC-GUIDED RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION IS AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT
MODALITY FOR ENHANCING RENAL MASSES AT INTERMEDIATE TERM FOLLOW-UP
Elie Antebi¹, Michael Gorin¹, Robert Carey² and Vincent Bird³ ¹Department of Urology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL; ²Urology Treatment Center, Sarasota, FL; ³Department of Urology, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Poster# 69
LAPAROSCOPIC-GUIDED RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION IS SAFE FOR TREATMENT OF
ENHANCING RENAL MASSES IN PATIENTS TAKING WARFARIN AND/OR ANTIPLATELET
Michael Gorin¹, Elie Antebi¹, Robert Carey² and Vincent Bird³ ¹Department of Urology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami FL; ²Urology Treatment Center, Sarasota, FL; ³Department of Urology, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL 11:15 am - 12:30 am Sessin 33: T-Leon Imaging Session

Robin Bhavsar MD, Harry Clarke MD, PhD and Stephen Savage MD Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC Jeffrey Gahan MD¹, Samir Shirodkar MD¹, Thomas Salerno MD² and Gaeteno Ciancio MD, MBA³ ¹University of Miami Department of Urology; ²University of Miami Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery; ³University of Miami Department of Urology and Transplant Surgery Austin DeRosa MD¹, Wayne Hellstrom MD² and Erich Lang MD² ¹Atlanta, GA; ²Tulane University, New Orleans, LA Denise Chow MD¹, Jennifer Chamberlain MD¹ and Donald Bell MD² ¹Louisiana State University/Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA; ²Louisiana State University, S. Mohammad Jafri MD and Kenneth J. Carney MD Sunday, March 20, 2011
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Session 34: Concurrent Video Session III
Video # 18
APPLICATION OF “CINCH AND TIE” TECHNIQUE TO ROBOTIC NEPHROPEXY FOR
POSTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL FIXATION
Scott Castle, Watid Karnjanawanichkul, Vladislav Gorbatiy, Nelson Salas and Raymond Leveillee University of Miami, Department of Urology, Miami, FL Video # 19
INCREMENTAL NERVE PRESERVATION DURING ROBOT-ASSISTED RADICAL
PROSTATECTOMY
Marcelo Orvieto, Sanket Chauhan, Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman, Rafael Coelho, Kenneth Plamer and Vipul Video # 20
TECHNIQUE OF ROBOT ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC DISMEMBERED PYELOPLASTY - A
MULTIINSTITUTIONAL REVIEW OF OUTCOMES
Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman, Sanket Chauhan, Rafael Coelho, Marcelo Orvieto, Kenneth Plamer and Vipul Video # 21
THE PRO-VAS® SPRING CLIP TECHNIQUE FOR VAS DEFERENS OCCLUSION.
McIver Urological Clinic, Jacksonville, FL Video # 22
ROBOTIC PARTIAL NEPHRECTOMY WITH SELECTIVE SEGMENTAL ARTERIAL CLAMPING
Wesley White, Joe Mobley, John Beddies, W Bedford Waters and Frederick Klein Division of Urologic Surgery, The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN Video # 23
ROBOTIC EXCISION OF MULTIFOCAL URETERAL POLYPS
Scott E. Delacroix, Jr.¹, Richard Vanlangendonck² and Joseph Ortenberg³ ¹Department of Urology, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas; ²Department of Urology, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, Louisiana; ³Department of Urology, Louisiana State Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, Louisiana Video # 24
ROBOTIC SALVAGE PROSTATECTOMY FOR RADIORECURRENT PROSTATE CANCER
Ananthkrishnan Sivaraman, Sanket Chauhan, Marcelo Orvieto, Rafael Coelho, Kenneth Plamer and Vipul
7:30 am - 8:30 am

Session 35: ED / Infertility Podium
#102 THE ROLE OF TESTOSTERONE IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE CELL MEDIATED MATRIX
METALLOPROTEINASE EXPRESSION AND FUNCTION
John Beddies, James Bienvenu, Deidra Mountain, Stacy Kirkpatrick, Wesley White, Oscar Grandas and University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine #103 DOES THE NEED FOR A REPLACEMENT INFLATABLE PENILE PROSTHESIS LEAD TO
DECREASED PATIENT SATISFACTION?
Arthur Caire, Aaron Boonjindasup, Brian Richardson and Wayne Hellstrom Tulane Department of Urology - New Orleans, LA #104 CHARACTERISTICS OF PAIN IN VARICOCELE: DOES VARICOCELECTOMY REALLY
RELIEVE THE PAIN?
Majid Mirzazadeh¹, Adel Tizno² and John J. lll Smith³ ¹Wake Forest University, Winston salem, NC; ²Iran University of Medical Sciences, tehran ,Iran; ³Wake #105 HIGHER TESTOSTERONE LEVELS ARE NOT CORRELATED WITH BETTER SEMEN
PARAMETERS IN INFERTILE MEN
Eric Laborde¹, Ross Hogan², Daniel Stein¹, Vishal Bhalani¹, John Cashy¹, Tobias Kohler³ and Robert ¹Department of Urology, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; ²Ochsner/Lousiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA; ³Department of Surgery Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, IL #106 INFECTION OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING MULTIPLE PENILE
PROSTHETIC-RELATED OPERATIONS: A POTENTIAL NOVEL RISK FACTOR
#107 SAFETY OF INFLATABLE PENILE PROSTHESIS INSERTION IN PATIENTS ON SOME
ANTICOAGULANT THERAPIES: A REPORT OF 20 CASES
Paul Perito, John Grimaldi¹, John Mulcahy² and Steven Wilson³ ¹Vincennes IN; ²Birmingham AL; ³Indio CA #108 MOMENTARY SQUEEZE PUMP CYLINDERS THAT ARE UNABLE TO INFLATE, RESCUED
WITH PULL/STRETCH TECHNIQUE
GERARD HENRY¹ and ELIZABETH RAE² ¹REGIONAL UROLOGY, SHREVEPORT, LA; ²PATIENT LIAISON--AMERICAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS, MINNEAPOLIS, MN #109 COUNTERFIET PDE5I: HOW BIG IS THE PROBLEM NOW?
Department of Urology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA #110 SIMULTANEOUS ADVANCE MALE SLING AND AN INFLATABLE PENILE PROSTHESIS:
CONCURRENT PLACEMENT DOES NOT INCREASE POTENTIAL FOR IMPLANT INFECTION
¹Urology Centers of Alabama, Birmingham, AL; ²The Center for Urological Treatment, Nashville, TN #111 COMORBID ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION IN MEN REQUIRING SURGICAL INTERVENTION FOR
POST- PROSTATECTOMY URINARY INCONTINENCE
Ekene Enemchukwu, Benjamin Whittam, Todd Doran, Melissa Kaufman and Douglas Milam Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urologic Surgery, Nashville, TN
7:30 am - 8:30 am

Session 36: Concurrent Poster Session - Nephrolithiasis
Poster# 70
THE USE OF AIR RETROGRADE PYELOGRAM DURING FLUOROSCOPIC ACCESS FOR
PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED RADIATION
EXPOSURE
Michael Lipkin, John Mancini, Agnes Wang, Dorit Zilberman, Michael Ferrandino, Michael Miller and Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC Poster# 71
RISK OF DIABETES MELLITUS AND HYPERTENSION AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK
WAVE (ESWL) THERAPY FOR URINARY STONE DISEASE
Reza Mehrazin, Michael Aleman, Jamin Brahmbhatt, Jessica Lange, Lindsey Hartsell, Evan Dunn, Kevin Walls, Matthew Kincade, Anthony Patterson, Christopher Ledbetter, Jim Wan and Robert Wake Poster# 72
FACTORS AFFECTING RADIATION EXPOSURE DURING URETEROSCOPY
Michael Lipkin, Agnes Wang, John Mancini, Dorit Zilberman, Michael Ferrandino and Glenn Preminger Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC Poster# 73
PROFILE OF THE PEDIATRIC BRUSHITE STONE FORMER
Davis P. Viprakasit, Douglas B. Clayton, Mark D. Sawyer, John C. Thomas and Nicole L. Miller Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee Poster# 74
RISK OF DETERIORATION IN RENAL FUNCTION AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE
LITHOTRIPSY (ESWL) OR URETEROSCOPY (URS) FOR URINARY STONE DISEASE
Reza Mehrazin, Jamin Brahmbhatt, Michael Aleman, Jessica Lange, Evan Dunn, Anothony Patterson, Chrisopher Ledbetter, Jim Wan, Ithaar Derweesh and Robert Wake Poster# 75
OPTIMIZATION OF TREATMENT STRATEGY EMPLOYED DURING SHOCK WAVE
LITHOTRIPSY TO MAXIMIZE STONE FRAGMENTATION EFFICIENCY
John Mancini, Daniel Yong, Michael Lipkin, Anges Wang, Neal Simmons, Michael Ferrandino, Pei Poster# 76
IN VIVO STONE FRAGMENTATION AND TISSUE INJURY USING A NEW ACOUSTIC LENS
DESIGN FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC SHOCKWAVE LITHOTRIPTERS
John Mancini, Neal Simmons, Daniel Yong, Eliza Raymundo, Michael Lipkin, Agnes Wang, Michael Ferrandino, Pei Zhong and Glenn Preminger Poster# 77
CONTRIBUTION OF GLYCINE AND PHENYLALANINE METABOLISM TO URINARY OXALATE
EXCRETION
John Knight, Dean Assimos and Ross Holmes Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem, North Carolina Poster# 78
DETERMINATION OF RADIATION DOSE DURING PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY
USING A VALIDATED PHANTOM MODEL
Michael Lipkin, John Mancini, Agnes Wang, Greta Toncheva, Colin Anderson-Evans, Neal Simmons, Michael Ferrandino, Terry Yoshizumi and Glenn Preminger Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC Poster# 79
USE OF HEMOSTATIC AGENTS IN PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY TRACT MAY
REDUCE URINE LEAK RATE IN A PORCINE MODEL
Michael Lipkin, John Mancini, Agnes Wang, Neal Simmons, Eliza Raymundo, Daniel Yong, Michael Ferrandino, David Albala and Glenn Preminger Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

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