Scientific Program


Friday September 23, 2016
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Morning

08:00 a.m. - 08:30 a.m.

Graham Jackson memorial lecture - Master lecture 3 - Cardiovascular risk in men taking testosterone

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderators: Hui Jiang (China) & Chris McMahon (Australia)
Cardiovascular risk in men taking testosterone

Geoffrey Hackett (United Kingdom)


08:30 a.m. - 09:00 a.m.

Master lecture 4 - Regenerative sexual medicine - Is the future bright …?

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderators: Chris McMahon (Australia) & Shu Jie Xia (China)
Regenerative sexual medicine - Is the future bright …?

Tom Lue (USA)


09:00 a.m. - 09:30 a.m.

Master lecture 5 - A new era …? Flibanserin - From bench to bedside

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderators: Chunhua Deng (China) & Wayne Hellstrom (USA)
A new era …? Flibanserin - From bench to bedside

Anita Clayton (USA)


09:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Master lecture 6 - LI-SWT for ED - A critical review of the data

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderators: Zhanju He (China) & Wayne Hellstrom (USA)
LI-SWT for ED - A critical review of the data

Zhongcheng Xin (China)


10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Coffee break

Location: Level 4 - north lobby

10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Special lecture 1 - Did the APA get it right with the DSM IV vs 5 classifications of female sexual disorders?

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Andrew Goldstein (USA) & Alessandra Graziottin (Italy)
Did the APA get it right with the DSM IV vs 5 classifications of female sexual disorders?

Anita Clayton (USA)


10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Moderated posters 1 - ED Rx, Dx & epidemiology

Location: Room 307 A
Moderators: Xiangzhou Sun (China), Landon Trost (USA) & Xiansheng Zhang (China)
A prospective examination of erectile function preservation after radiation therapy (#101)

L. Jenkins (USA)

The Global Online Sexuality Survey - Erectile dysfunction in USA, 2015 (#102)

O. Shaeer (Egypt)

Effect of daily sildenafil on patients with absent nocturnal erections due to pelvic fracture urethral disruption: a single-center experience (#103)

Z. Zhang (China)

Pluripotent Fetal Stem Cells for Treatment of the Vascular Factor of Erectile Dysfunction (#104)

Y.O. Miroshnykov (Ukraine)

Does neoadjuvant androgen deprivation therapy impact erectile function recovery post-radical prostatectomy? (#105)

L. Jenkins (USA)

Salvage of post-prostatectomy injection therapy (with and without Venoseal for CVOD) treatment failures by injection therapy coupled with novel silicone loop occlusion device (#106)

Anthony Bella (Canada)

The first report about improvement of erectile function after erbium laser treatment (#107)

H. Kotb (Egypt)

Symptoms suggestive for overactive bladder syndrome are psychometrically associated with erectile dysfunction severity – preliminary findings from a real-life study (#108)

P. Capogrosso (Italy)

Evaluation of a FDA and Health Canada compliant novel medical device for improving erectile function across erectile dysfunction etiologies (#109)

Anthony Bella (Canada)

The disrupted baseline brain activity of the insular in phychogenitc erectile dysfunction patients: A resting state MRI study (#110)

M.H. Dong (China)

The role of vacuum erection devices in penile rehabilitation after posterior urethral anastomotic urethroplasty; A pilot study (#111)

L. Song (China)

Efficacy and safety of fixed dose combination of amlodipine and tadalafil in both erectile dysfunction and hypertension patients being treated with amlodipine (#112)

S.W. Kim (Korea)


10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Podium 1 - Androgens

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Yiqun Gu (China), Luiz Otavio Torres (Brazil) & Huiliang Zhou (China)
The potential of aromataze inhibiter therapy for androgen decline in the aging male (#001)

T. Tai (Japan)

Cross-sectional and longitudinal determinants of serum sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) in community-dwelling men: The Men Androgen Inflammation Lifestyle Environment and Stress (MAILES) study (#002)

P. Gyawali (Australia)

Is vitamin D3 an independent marker of endothelial dysfunction? (#003)

K.N. Karthik (India)

Long term therapy with testosterone undecanoate in type 2 diabetes was associated with reduced all-cause mortality but no significant improvement in conventional risk factors for CVD (#004)

Geoffrey Hackett (United Kingdom)

Erectile function in 164 matched hypogonadal men: Results of long term treatment with testosterone undecanoate injections (TU) in comparison with control group (#005)

K.S. Haider (Germany)

Safety of testosterone therapy in patients on active surveillance for prostate cancer (#006)

L. Jenkins (USA)


10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Podium 2 - Female sexual function

Location: Room 307 B
Moderators: Michael Krychman (USA) & Kwangsung Park (Korea)
Lysis of adhesions from clitorodynia closed compartment syndrome (#007)

Irwin Goldstein (USA)

Female genital mutilation among middle aged Egyptian women (#008)

D. Elkowessny (Germany)

The fertility quality of life (FertiQol) in chinese infertile women: The first validation study of mainland china Ferti-Qol (#009)

M. Gao (China)

New drug for treatment of female hypoactive sexual desire disorder - results of Phase I clinical study (#010)

D. Nemenov (Russia)

Hormonal and psychosocial factors associated to sexual dysfunctions in premenopausal women (#011)

Annamaria Giraldi (Denmark)

Meta-analysis of orgasmic and overall sexual function post mid-urethral sling surgery (#012)

Irwin Goldstein (USA)


10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

VJPU video session - Penile implants - Part 1

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderator: Steven Wilson (USA)
Tips and tricks of penoscrotal IPP

Steven Wilson (USA)

Minimally invasive infrapubic IPP

Paul Perito (USA)

Minimally Invasive No Touch (MINT) IPP with prevention of ectopic reservoir hernia

Darren Katz (Australia)

Insertion of IPP into neophallus

David Ralph (United Kingdom)

Subcoronal IPP under local anesthesia

Sung Hun Park (Korea)

Malleable prosthesis insertion in acute priapism

David Ralph (United Kingdom)

Ectopic reservoir placement

Steven Wilson (USA)

Repair of impending cylinder erosion

David Ralph (United Kingdom)

Repair of urethral laceration during IPP

Paul Perito (USA)

Revision surgery for device malfunction

Daniar Osmonov (Germany)

Replacement of prosthesis, ectopic reservoir & scrotoplasty under local anesthesia

Sung Hun Park (Korea)

Tunnel technique for IPP in scarred corporal bodies

Steven Wilson (USA)

Communication skills in prosthetic urology - part 1 and 2

Steven Wilson (USA)


11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Point counterpoint 1 - Do safety issues restrict the use of PDE-5i?

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Yutian Dai (China) & Ira Sharlip (USA)
Pro

Edgardo Becher (Argentina)

Con

Faysal Yafi (USA)


11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Point counterpoint 2 - Peyronie's surgery: Plication vs. Grafting procedures - What should be offered to patients?

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Georgios Hatzichristodoulou (Germany) & Andrew Kramer (USA)
Incision and grafting

Wayne Hellstrom (USA)

Plication

Jong Kwan Park (Korea)


11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Podium 3 - Basic science

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Michael DiSanto (USA), Haocheng Lin (China) & Xiangming Mao (China)
Extracorporeal in-situ activation of penile progenitor cells (#013)

G. Lin (USA)

Targeting the microtubule cytoskeleton to promote neural regeneration and improve erectile function outcomes after cavernous nerve injury in a rat model of radical prostatectomy (#014)

L. Baker (USA)

Degeneration of parasympathetic nerve can be prevented by inhibitin TNF-alpha signaling (#015)

Trinity Bivalacqua (USA)

Ex-Vivo model of human penile transplantation and rejection: Effects of rejection and immunosuppresion on erectile physiology (#016)

Trinity Bivalacqua (USA)

Apelin-13 protects corpus cavernosum against hypercholesterolemia-induced fibrosis (#017)

M. Sturny (Switzerland)

Opiorphin; A potential key factor in development of priapism associated with sickle cell disease (#018)

K.P. Davies (USA)


11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Moderated posters 2 - Androgens & ejaculatory disorders

Location: Room 307 A
Moderators: Yun Chen (China), Amr El-Meliegy (Egypt) & Junhong Deng (China)
Relationships between intravaginal ejaculatory latency time and national institutes of health-chronic prostatitis symptom index in the four types of premature ejaculation syndromes: A large observational study in China (#113)

G. Jingjing (China)

Is routine laboratory examination essential for patients with premature ejaculation? Data from clinical practice (#114)

W.K. Tsai (Taiwan)

Need for repeat measurement of free testosterone in the diagnosis of testosterone deficiency (#115)

T. Suetomi (Japan)

Male infertility: it may be a new risk factor for androgen deficiency (#116)

J. Peng (China)

Adherence of primary care physicians to the Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines for erectile dysfunction and hypogonadism (#117)

Anthony Bella (Canada)

Number of Intravaginal thrusts before ejaculation (NITBE), a convenient and reliable tool for premature ejaculation assessment (#118)

Y. Yuan (China)

The associations between testosterone and prevalence of symptoms associated with low testosterone are different by generations: analysis of 1557 healthy young and elderly adults (#119)

S. Fukuhara (Japan)

Serum PSA as a predictor of symptomatic hypogonadism (#120)

K. Matsushita (Japan)

Connection between premature ejaculation and erectile function in a sample of homosexual men (#121)

J.E. Rodríguez Martínez (Spain)

Dhat syndrome: A paradigm shift (#122)

R. Tanwar (India)

Possible factors affecting efficacy of dapoxetine 30mg treatment in Chinese patients with premature ejaculation (#123)

Z. Zhang (China)


11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Podium 4 - Epidemiology, risk factors and the prevention of sexual problems

Location: Room 307 B
Moderators: Ganesh Adaikan (Singapore), Chunhua Deng (China) & Jihong Liu (China)
Assessment of serum adiponectin in men with diabetic erectile dysfunction (#019)

I. Abdel-Hamid (Egypt)

Surgical management of traumatic penile amputation (#020)

H. Yao (China)

The impact of end stage liver disease on sexual function in men awaiting liver transplantation (#021)

R.M. Seyam (Saudi Arabia)

Sleep quality and sexual function before and after holmium laser enucleation of the prostate (#022)

D.S. Lee (Korea)

Sexual behavior and PDE5-Is administration habits among Chinese male: Data from the 2016 internet survey of sexual life (#023)

L. Haocheng (China)


12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Point counterpoint 3 - On demand verus daily pharmacotherapy for PE

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Emmanuele Jannini (Italy) & Shavkat Shavakhabov (Uzbekistan)
Daily

Marcel Waldinger (The Netherlands)

On demand

Ege Can Serefoglu (Turkey)


Afternoon

12:30 p.m. - 02:00 p.m.

Lunch break

Location: Level 4 - north lobby

12:45 p.m. - 01:45 p.m.

Sponsored lunch symposium

Location: Plenary hall A - east

02:00 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

Special lecture 2 - Low sexual desire

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Eusebio Rubio Aurioles (Mexico) & Marita McCabe (Australia)
Low sexual desire

Stanley Althof (USA)


02:00 p.m. - 02:45 p.m.

Moderated posters 3 - (In)fertility

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Kai Hong (China), Dung Mai Ba Tien (Vietnam) & Tao Song (China)
A practical model to predict sperm retrieval rate of micro-TESE--A Chinese experience from single center (#124)

W. Han (China)

A novel surgical management for male infertility secondary to midline prostatic cyst (#125)

Z. Wang (China)

To preserve more encircled arteries: the important role of microvascular Doppler in microsurgical varicocelectomy (#126)

X. Tu (China)

Reproductive knowledge and attitudes of patients undergoing radical prostatectomy (#127)

Nelson Bennett (USA)

Open non-microsurgical, laparoscopic or open microsurgical varicocelectomy for male infertility: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (#128)

P. Cheng (China)

Enolase1 (ENO1) and glucose-6-phosphate isomerase (GPI) are good markers to predict human sperm freezability (#129)

Z. Wang (China)

Vas Clip by 3D printing use in vas deferens obstruction animal model studies (#130)

M. Gao (China)


02:00 p.m. - 02:45 p.m.

Workshop 1 - Imaging in ED

Location: Room 307 A
Moderator: Amr El-Meliegy (Egypt)
How to conduct and interpret duplex Doppler ultrasonography in men with ED

Gerald Brock (Canada)

Diagnostic imaging in the medical and surgical management of Peyronie’s disease

Gregory Broderick (USA)


02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.

Workshop 2 - How to take a sexual medical history

Location: Room 307 B
Moderator: Ira Sharlip (USA)
For erectile dysfunction

Xin Chen (China)

A practical model for sexual history-taking in men and women

John Dean (United Kingdom)


02:00 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

VJPU video session - Penile implants - Part 2

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderator: Steven Wilson (USA)
IPP & Peyronie’s - The modeling procedure

Daniar Osmonov (Germany)

Peyronie’s repair using collagen fleece

Georgios Hatzichristodoulou (Germany)

IPP & Peyronie’s with grafting

Giulio Garaffa (United Kingdom)

The scratch technique for Peyronie’s disease

Paul Perito (USA)

IPP & plication for Peyronie’s disease

Billy Cordon (USA)

Mini-Jupette with IPP for slight urinary incontinence

Steven Wilson (USA)


02:30 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

SASSM symposium - Erectile dysfunction: A sentinel marker of vascular/ cardiac risk: assessment and prevention

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Deepak Manohar Gupte (India) & AKM Anwarul Islam (Bangladesh)
Erectile dysfunction: A harbinger or consequence: What is the evidence

AKM Anwarul Islam (Bangladesh)

Tools to assess cardiac risk in ED: Ease of use, sensitivity / specificity and results

Vasan SS (India)

Higher cardiac risk detection: Does it lead to a window of curability?

Chowdhury Meshkat Ahmed (Bangladesh)

Panel discussion

Chowdhury Meshkat Ahmed (Bangladesh), Mohammad Shamsul Ahsan (Bangladesh), AKM Anwarul Islam (Bangladesh), Lasantha Malavige (Sri Lanka) & Vasan SS (India)


02:45 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

Moderated posters 4 - Basic science 1

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Arthur Burnett (USA) & Xuejun Shang (China)
Reduce corporal fibrosis to protect erectile function by inhibiting the smad and non-smad pathway in the aged transgenic rat harboring human tissue kallikrein 1 (#132)

K. Cui (China)

Human Tissue kallikrein 1 protects erectile function in aged transgenic rats through activation of COX-2/PTGIS/cAMP and DDAH/NOS/cGMP pathways (#133)

Z. Tang (China)

Stress-induced erectile dysfunction via enhancement of the RhoA/Rho-kinase pathway in a study that uses a water immersion-restraint stress rat model (#134)

T. Mori (Japan)

Non-invasive monitoring of collagen scaffolds loaded with adipose tissue-derived stem cells in corpus cavernosum of miniature pig: A feasibility trial (#135)

L. Zhu (China)

Human cord blood endothelial colony forming cells induce significant recovery of severe erectile dysfunction in obese type II diabetic rats (#136)

L.C. Lau (Singapore)

Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticle targeting of adipose tissue-derived stem cells in diabetes-associated erectile dysfunction (#137)

L. Zhu (China)

The expression of cysteine-rich secretory protein 2 (CRISP2) and its specific regulator miR-27b in the spermatozoa of patients with asthenozoospermia (#138)

L. Cundong (China)

Angiotensin-(1-7) inhibits cavernosal fibrosis via attenuation of fibroblast differentiation to myofibroblast (#139)

R. Silva (Switzerland)

Influence of anti-cancer agent oxaliplatin oxaliplatin on erectile function in rats (#140)

T. Kataoka (Japan)


02:45 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

Workshop 3 - Sexual pain in women

Location: Room 307 A
Moderator: Andrew Goldstein (USA)
Interpersonal dynamics of genital pain

Marieke Dewitte (Belgium)

Vestibulodynia

Irwin Goldstein (USA)

GSM including pelvic floor hypertonus

Michael Krychman (USA)


03:00 p.m. - 03:30 p.m.

Special lecture 3 - The implications of sexual abuse in the adult sexual life

Location: Room 307 B
Moderators: Stanley Althof (USA) & Anita Clayton (USA)
The implications of sexual abuse in the adult sexual life

Eusebio Rubio Aurioles (Mexico)


03:30 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.

Coffee break

Location: Level 4 - north lobby

04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

ESSM symposium - LI-ESWL for erectile dysfunction - The European perspective

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderator: David Ralph (United Kingdom)
Does basic science support a role for LI-ESWL as a treatment for ED…?

François Giuliano (France)

A critical review of RCT trial data

Yoram Vardi (Israel)

The post-marketing European experience

Maarten Albersen (Belgium)


04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Podium 5 - Medical Rx ED

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Yutian Dai (China) & Hui Jiang (China)
The effect of botulinum toxin on penile vascular parameters and clinical outcome in patients with severe ED: A pilot study (#024)

A. Abdel Raheem (Egypt)

Regular low dose sildenafil reduces venous leak rates after radical prostatectomy (#025)

R. Tal (USA)

Penile low intensity shock wave therapy for PDE5i non-responders: A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled study (#026)

J. Vinay (Spain)

Is there a relationship between phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5i) and prostate cancer biochemical recurrence? (#027)

L. Jenkins (USA)

Efficacy and safety of fixed dose combination of tamsulosin and tadalafil in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia and erectile dysfunction (#028)

S.W. Kim (Korea)


04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Moderated posters 5 - Basic science 2

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Petter Hedlund (Sweden) & Yan Zhang (China)
The prognosis in erectile dysfunction after cessation of excessive fructose consumption from childhood: A rat study (#141)

D. Nakamura (Japan)

Intracavernosal Injection of botulinum toxin to improve erectile function in older rats (#142)

L. De Young (Canada)

The long-term administration of tadalafil on STZ-induced diabetic rats with erectile dysfunction via local antioxidative mechanism (#143)

Y. Chen (China)

Therapeutic mechanism of low intensity extracorporeal shock wave in ameliorating neurogenic erectile dysfunction in bilateral cavernous nerve injury rat model (#144)

H. Li (USA)

Dutasteride treatment does not effect the testicular histology in rats (#145)

A. Gul (Turkey)

Demethylation treatment restores erectile function in a rat model of hyperhomocysteinemia (#146)

Z. Zhang (China)

Local delivery of recombinant human hepatocyte growth factor protein rescues erectile function by enhancing cavernous angiogenesis in diabetic mouse (#147)

Ji Kan Ryu (Korea)

Therapeutic effects of adipose-derived stem cells-based micro-tissues on erectile dysfunction in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats (#148)

Zhongcheng Xin (China)

The effect of ozone treatment on corpus cavernosum nitric oxide synthaseLevels and erectile function in diabetic rats (#150)

A. Colakerol (Turkey)

FTY720 supplementation improves erectile dysfunction in rats with Streptozotocin-induced type 1 diabetes through inhibition of corporal fibrosis and endothelial dysfunction (#151)

K. Cui (China)

Correlation between androgen receptor CAG repeat length polymorphism and metabolic syndrome, late onset hypogonadism in Korean male (#152)

S.T. Ahn (Korea)


04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Workshop 4 - The evaluation and treatment of testosterone deficiency syndrome in men

Location: Room 307 A
Moderator: Edward Kim (USA)
The approach to and the potential pitfalls of diagnosing testosterone deficiency

Amr El-Meliegy (Egypt)

Is there a link between testosterone replacement therapy and cardiovascular disease?

Geoffrey Hackett (United Kingdom)

Testosterone replacement therapy and modifiable factors for Men’s health

Shinichi Hisasue (Japan)


04:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Round table 1 - Vaginal laxity & sexual problems

Location: Room 307 B
Moderators: Michael Krychman (USA) & Tami Rowen (USA)
Disease awareness of vaginal laxity - Impact of the condition and treatment options paradigm overview

Michael Krychman (USA)

Complication of vaginal surgery for prolapse and laxity

Irwin Goldstein (USA)

Prevention and treatment of obstetric trauma

Tami Rowen (USA)


05:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Special lecture 4 - Relationship between chronic prostatitis and premature ejaculation

Location: Plenary hall A - east
Moderators: Du Geon Moon (Korea) & Ege Can Serefoglu (Turkey)
Relationship between chronic prostatitis and premature ejaculation

Sung Won Lee (Korea)


05:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Special lecture 5 - Just a pill? Effect of oral contraceptives on female sexuality

Location: Plenary hall A - west
Moderators: Rui Jiang (China) & Tami Rowen (USA)
Just a pill? Effect of oral contraceptives on female sexuality

Andrew Goldstein (USA)


05:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Special lecture 6 -Isolated male gonadotropin-releasing hormone deficiency - Progress in etiology and treatment

Location: Room 310
Moderators: Emmanuele Jannini (Italy) & Jihong Liu (China)
Isolated male gonadotropin-releasing hormone deficiency - Progress in etiology and treatment

Jun Yang (China)


05:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Workshop 5 - The basics of clinical trial design in interventional sexual medicine

Location: Room 307 A
Moderator: François Giuliano (France)
The basics of clinical trial design in interventional sexual medicine

Gerald Brock (Canada)


05:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

Workshop 6 - The evaluation and treatment of male infertility

Location: Room 307 B
Moderator: Vasan SS (India)
Evaluation of the infertile male

Sidney Glina (Brazil)

Treatment of male infertility and assisted reproductive techniques

Kai Hong (China)


05:30 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.

Sponsored session

Location: Plenary hall A - east

06:00 p.m. - 07:00 p.m.

ISSM business meeting (members only)

Location: Plenary hall A - east