Session

Functional lower urinary tract symptoms: Innovation in innervation

Poster Session 25

  • Location:
    Room 14a (ICM, Level 1)
  • Chairs:
     S. De Wachter, Edegem (BE)
     A. Giannantoni, Perugia (IT)
     T.L.J. Tammela, Tampere (FI)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    This session will review innovative research in innervation and function of the lower urinary tract.

  • Poster viewing of 20 minutes. Presentations will take place on stage. Standard presentations are 2 minutes in length, followed by 2 minutes for discussion. Extended presentations (*) are 3 minutes in length, followed by 3 minutes for discussion.
* 305
Supraspinal lower urinary tract control in spinal cord injury patients: A structural and functional MRI study

By: Leitner L.1, Walter M.2, Liechti M.3, Michels L.4, Kollias S.4, Freund P.2, Mehnert U.2, Kessler T.2

Institutes: 1Balgrist University Hospital and University Hospital of Basel, Dept. of Neuro-Urology and Urology, Zürich and Basel, Switzerland, 2Balgrist University Hospital, Dept. of Neuro-Urology, Zürich, Switzerland, 3University College London, Dept. of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation, London, United Kingdom, 4University Hospital Zürich, Institute of Neuro-Radiology, Zürich, Switzerland

306
Different supraspinal responses to automated, repetitive bladder filling in OAB patients compared to healthy subjects - an fMRI study

By: Walter M.1, Leitner L.1, Michels L.2, Kollias S.2, Freund P.3, Liechti M.1, Kessler T.M.1, Mehnert U.1

Institutes: 1Spinal Cord Injury Center & Research, University of Zürich, Balgrist University Hospital, Dept. of Neuro-Urology, Zürich, Switzerland, 2University of Zürich, University Hospital Zürich, Dept. of Neuro-Radiology, Zürich, Switzerland, 3Spinal Cord Injury Center & Research, University of Zürich, Balgrist University Hospital, Dept. of Neurology, Zürich, Switzerland

307
Levator ani muscle innervation

By: Nyangoh Timoh K.1, Lebacle C.2, Bessede T.2, Martinovic J.3, Zaitouna M.1, Diallo D.1, Creuze M.1, Benoit G.1, Moszkowicz D.1

Institutes: 1U1195, Univ. Paris Sud, Inserm, Université Paris-Saclay, MRSNA, Le Kremlin Bicetre, France, 2U1195, Univ. Paris Sud, Inserm, AP-HP, Université Paris-Saclay, Dept. of Urology, Le Kremlin Bicetre, France, 3AP-HP, Antoine Beclere Hospital, University Paris-Sud, Dept. of Foetal Pathology, Clamart, France

308
Beta-3 adrenoceptor expression in the human urinary bladder nerve fibers

By: Coelho A.1, Gillespie J.2, Cruz F.1

Institutes: 1University of Porto, Dept. of Renal, Urologic and Infectious Diseases, and Instituto De Investigação E Inovação Em Saúde, Porto, Portugal, 2The Medical and Dental Schools, Newcastle University, Dept. of Uro-Physiology Research, Newcastle, United Kingdom

309
Ageing-related bladder dysfunction in mice: A possible animal model of detrusor hyperactivity with impaired contractility

By: Kamei J.1, Ito H.2, Aizawa N.2, Akiyama Y.1, Hotta H.3, Kojima T.4, Fujita Y.5, Ito M.5, Andersson K-E.6, Homma Y.7, Igawa Y.2

Institutes: 1The University of Tokyo graduate school of Medicine, Dept. of Continence Medicine and Urology, Tokyo, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo graduate school of Medicine, Dept. of Continence Medicine, Tokyo, Japan, 3Tokyo Metropolitan institute of Gerontology, Dept. of Autonomic Neuroscience, Tokyo, Japan, 4Toyohashi University of Technology, Health care center, Aichi, Japan, 5Tokyo Metropolitan institute of Gerontology, Research team for mechanism of aging, Tokyo, Japan, 6Aarhus University, Aarhus institute of advanced studies, Aarhus, Denmark, 7The University of Tokyo graduate school of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Tokyo, Japan

310
Crucial roles of nitric oxide synthases in β-adrenoceptor-mediated bladder relaxation in mice

By: Satake Y.1, Kaiho Y.1, Satoh K.2, Yamashita S.1, Tsutsui M.3, Shimokawa H.2, Arai Y.1

Institutes: 1Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Dept. of Urology, Sendai, Japan, 2Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Dept. of Cardiovascular Medicine, Sendai, Japan, 3University of Ryukyus, Dept. of Pharmacology, Okinawa, Japan

311
Properties of spontaneous activity in the muscularis mucosae of the guinea pig bladder

By: Lee K., Mitsui R., Hashitani H.

Institutes: Nagoya City University, Dept. of Cell Physiology, Nagoya, Japan

312
Cannabinoid receptors 1 and 2 promote proliferation of prostate stromal cells, while cytoskeletal reorganization underlies specific regulation by cannabinoid receptor 2

By: Hennenberg M., Ciotkowska A., Rutz B., Strittmatter F., Waidelich R., Stief C.G., Gratzke C.

Institutes: LMU Munich, Dept. of Urology, Munich, Germany

* 313
The cation channel TRPV4 mediates responses to LPS in urothelial cells

By: Alpizar Y.2, Uvin P.1, Franken J.1, Gevaert T.1, Voets T.2, De Ridder D.1, Talavera K.2

Institutes: 1Faculty of Medicine, KU Leuven, Dept. of Development and Regeneration, Leuven, Belgium, 2Faculty of Medicine, KU Leuven, Dept. of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Leuven, Belgium

314
Metabotropic glutamate receptor subtypes 1 and 5 synergistically modulate bladder filling function in mice

By: Yoshiyama M., Takeda M.

Institutes: University of Yamanashi, Dept. of Urology, Chuo, Japan

315
Alterations of muscarinic induced bladder contractions in a regenerative animal model for neurogenic detrusor underactivity

By: Dewulf K.1, Weyne E.1, Deruyver Y.1, Van Bree R.2, De Ridder D.1, Everaerts W.1, Albersen M.1

Institutes: 1Ku Leuven, Dept. of Development and Regeneration, Lab of Experimental Urology, Leuven, Belgium, 2Ku Leuven, Dept. of Development and Regeneration, Leuven, Belgium

316
Clock genes regulate circadian rhythm of Piezo1 and TRPV4 expressions and intracellular Ca2+ influx after stretch stimulation in the cultured urothelial cells

By: Ihara T.1, Kira S.1, Miyamoto T.1, Sawada N.1, Nakagomi H.1, Mitsui T.1, Kobayashi H.1, Yoshiyama M.1, Takeda M.1, Nakamura Y.2, Nakao A.2, Shigetomi E.3, Shibata K.3, Shinozaki Y.3, Koizumu S.3

Institutes: 1University of Yamanashi, Dept. of Urology, Yamanashi, Japan, 2University of Yamanashi, Dept. of Immunology, Yamanashi, Japan, 3University of Yamanashi, Dept. of Pharmacology, Yamanashi, Japan

Summary and context
 S. De Wachter, Edegem (BE)