Full Program - Monday 2 December 2019

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Registration opens
07:30 - 17:00
07:30 - 08:30 ALOGIA EURAPAG NASPAG AOSPAG ANZSPAG
HPV: Past, present, future
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Paul Wood and Liying Sun
08:30 - 08:55 Australian experience
David Wrede, Australia
08:55- 09:25 Challenges of vaccinating and screening in the post vaccination era
Marion Saville, Australia
09:25-09:50 HPV: Single dose
Julia Brotherton, AUS
09:50-10:00 Q & A
10:00 - 10:30 Morning Tea
Uncomfortable truths: Child trafficking, child sexual abuse
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Socorro Bernadino & Ian Wall
10:30 -11:00 Recognising and managing Child Sexual Abuse
Anne Smith, AUS
11:00 - 11:30 Challenges of establishing services for child sexual abuse
David Wells, Australia
11:30 - 12:00 Combatting child sexual exploitation - A new approach
Glen Hulley, Australia
12:00 - 12:10 Q & A
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
Rapid Fire Oral Presentations
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
12:45 - 13:15 Congenital anomalies Contraception Vulvovaginal & anogenital conditions DSD and transgender health Hormones & adolescents
Session Chair Naomi Crouch and Saman Moeed Lavitha Sivapatham & Shilpa Nambiar Tonia Day and Evelien Roos Lisa Allen & Ana Ventriana Philippe Touraine & Preeti Dabadghao
12.45 - 12.48 Obstructed Hemivagina and Ipsilateral Renal Anomaly (OHVIRA) : An audit of patients managed at the PAG unit of a tertiary care hospital in Kuala Lumpur
Iffat Ahmed (#68)
Contraceptive practice and prevalence of sexually transmitted infections among adolescents requesting termination of pregnancy in Hong Kong
Charleen Cheung (#42)
Differential diagnosis of sexual differentiation in a patient with Fanconi anemia
Zaira Kumykova (#131)
The role of autoimmune ovarian lesion in the pathogenesis of secondary oligomenorrhea in adolescent girls
Vera Andreeva (#154)
12.48 - 12.51 A Rare case of a large Leiomyoma in Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome
Helena Bartels (#26)
Proactive Contraception Provision to Adolescents in New Zealand: a Concept
Rebecca Duncan (#27)
Latrogenic causes of protracted course of childhood vulvovaginitis
Nadezhda Kokhreidze (#81)
"I don't think we can ever have absolute surety that this is the right thing right now": Navigating patient and clinician uncertainties in fertility counselling for transgender adolescents.
Timothy Lai (#150)
The Prevalence of raised BMI in the adolescent Gynaecology Clinic - a 3 year review
Aisling McDonnell (#79)
12.51 - 12.54 Wharton-Sheares-George-method to create a Neovagina a simple way of making MRKH-Patients happy?
Irene Dingeldein (#83)
“We're kidding ourselves if we say that contraception is accessible”: A Qualitative Study of General Practitioners’ Attitudes Towards Adolescent LARC use and Proactive LARC Provision
Rebecca Duncan (#7)
Anogenital findings in adolescents presenting with non-anogenital problems.
Roderic Phillips (#93)
Adolescent Gynaecological Presentations and Outcomes of Patients with Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD) in a Tertiary Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (PAG) Service.
Brooke O'Brien (#114)
Trends in teen menstruation and menstrual disturbance. What have we learnt from the MDOT (Menstrual Disorder of Teenagers) studies in 2005 and 11 years later in 2016.
Melissa Parker (#117)
12.54 - 12.57 A novel approach to cervial-vaginal reconstruction using sigmoid colon fragment in congenital cervical-vaginal agenesis
Huang Xianghua (#159)
University Students Presenting to a Specialized Contraception Clinic: An Analysis of the University of British Columbia IUD clinic
Aalia Sachedina (#70)
Lichen Sclerosus: An Uncommon but Treatable Cause of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Prepubertal Girls
Alla Vash-Margita (#31)
The 20 year population incidence of childhood Gonadoblastoma in Turner Syndrome and 46XY Gonadal Dysgenesis in the Republic of Ireland
Susan O'Connell (#19)
Health information for adolescents with PCOS should be summarized and include fertility facts: results of an adolescent focus group session
Alexia Pena (#128)
12.57 - 13.00 Congenital uterine anomaly : Pitfalls of MRI based diagnosis
Doyoung Kim (#60)
“No Contraception for the Unmarried”: A Qualitative Study Exploring Sexual and Reproductive Health Care for Adolescents in Eastern Indonesia
Jeany Wattimena (#55)
Vulvovaginitis in young girls
Anastasia Vatopoulou (#124)
New Insights from Unbiased Panel and Whole-Exome Sequencing in a Large Chinese Cohort with Disorders of Sex Development
Yufei Xu (#145)
Understanding secondary amenorrhea in adolescence: a large cross-sectional study
Pantelis Tsimaris (#75)
13.00 - 13.03 10 years experience in women with obstructing vaginal anomalies in a tertiary hospital
Sze Man Tracy Law (#126)
Effectiveness of the extract of the plant Vitex Angus castus in elimination of the side effects of OC in adolescents and young women
Elena Uvarova (#9)
Clinical value of combined application of high-risk HPV detection and thinprep cytology test in cervical cancer screening
Song XioJie (#164)
Complete XY gonadal dysgenesis - when should the prophylactic gonadectomy be performed?
Zana Bumbuliene (#236)
Results of treatment of central precocious puberty with GnRh analogues.
Anastasia Vatopoulou (#129)
13.03 - 13.06 Overview of Mullerian Anomalies and Surgical management of Complex Obstructive Anomalies: An extensive case series of adolescents presenting to the Queensland Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (PAG) Service between 2004 and 2019.
Brooke O'Brien (#115)
Safety and Tolerability of Drospirenone 4.0mg in Female Adolescents over 6 Cycles with a 7-Cycle extension Phase in a multicentre trial
Dan Apter (#176)
Molecular and phenotypic spectrum of Noonan syndrome in Chinese patients
Xin Li (#143)
13.06 - 13.09 Uterovaginal anastomosis for cases of MRKH syndrome with rudimentary cavity
Hongxin Pan (#16)
13:10 - 13:15 Q & A
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Risky lives: Global adolescent sexual and reproductive health challenges
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Gabriele Tridenti and Shilpa Nambiar
13:30 - 13:55 Sexual and reproductive health of young people in Asia and the Pacific: challenges and opportunities
Peter Azzopardi, Australia
Elissa Kennedy, Australia
Su Mon Myat, Myanmar
13:55 - 14:25
14:25 - 14:55
14:55 - 15:00 Youth-led research on adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Poland - POLKA 18 pilot study results
Michalina Drejza (#120)
15:00- 15:05 Menstrual Practices Among Adolescent Girls in a Semi Urban City, South East Nigeria
Chikosolu Okiche (#104)
15:05-15:15 Q & A
15:15-15:45 Afternoon Break and Poster Sessions
New Frontiers: The science of Periods, pain and the microbiome
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Hideya Sakakibara & Zuzana Niznanska
15.45 - 1615 The science of menstruation and pain
Jemma Evans, Australia
1615 - 1645 Microbiome, mood, brain and pain: the science and promise of the gut-brain axis
Amy Loughman, Australia
16:45-16:50 Circulating Adipokine levels in adolescent girls with menstrual irregularities
Anna Torres (#44)
16:50 - 16:55 Sleep habits and premenstrual syndrome-induced athletic disturbance in Japanese adolescent athletes: a prospective study
Takashi Takeda (#15)
16:55- 17:00 Q & A
Congress Gala Dinner – Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron

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