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Important Dates

December

Abstract Submission Opens

31 January

Abstract Submission Deadline

Late February

Accepted Abstracts Announced

18 March

General Payment Deadline

List of accepted abstracts

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Oral Presentations

 

No.Abstract TitleFirst NameLast Name
1Challenges of Decreased Serum Sodium Concentration in Elderly Patient with Heart Failure: Case ReportMădălina CristinaFotea
2Comorbidity or Symptomatic Overlap? Asperger’s Syndrome and Paranoid Schizophrenia Diagnosed in a 16-year-old PatientStefania-AlexandraGrosu
3Crossing the line: Sarcina spp. leading to a fatal outcomeOana-MariaParis
4Dermatomyositis – First Clue of Undiagnosed Gastric Cancer -A Case Report-Ana-MariaVlad
5Effect of Vaginal Microbiota on HPV Infection and Cervical Cancer– New StrategiesAna MariaBalan
6Effects of Metabolic Acidosis and Hyperkalemia on a Biventricular Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator device: A Case ReportSamuelNistor
7Fatty acids effects on two skin cell lines: an overview of cell proliferation and migrationAndreiAlexandru
8In Silico Mutation and Repurposing of Membrane TransportersVictor GabrielUngureanu
9Long-term process of treatment and rehabilitation of a 13-year-old juvenile with multi-organ trauma following a traffic accidentMateuszZarzecki
10MEDICAL APPROACH ON NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA DURING PREGNANCYAdina-ElenaUrsache
11Minimally invasive endoscopic treatment of staghorn lithiasis in a patient with recurrent urinary tract infections with multidrug-resistant germsAndreea TeodoraDăngulea
12Mortality predictors in heart failure with mid-range ejection fractionBogdan-MihaiDitu
13Osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis: Tooth–in-eye surgeryAlexandraZaiț
14Overlooked clues in a complex genetic casePaul CalinCraciun
15Particularities and prognostic value of the echocardiographic profile of heart failure in rheumatoid arthritisNicoletaPîrciulescu
16Seroepidemiological and molecular investigation of Coxiella burnetii in laboratory samples from Bulgarian patients for one year period (2019)VeselinDobrinov
17Serotonin – A Marker of Neuroendocrine TumorsAna – GabrielaPrada
18Surgical treatment of subclavian artery aneurysmZareGevorkyan
19The differences between conventional and biologic treatment in patients with Rheumatoid ArthritisSorana-AlexandraBoncota
20The Internal Cerebral Vein: New Classification of Branching Patterns Based on Computed Tomography AngiographyKarolinaBrzegowy
21The vanishing twin syndrome/ Foetus in FetuDaphnieJohn
22Unusual auricular reconstruction after aggressive skin cancer resectionMadalina-GabrielaIlie

 

 

Poster Presentations

 

No.Abstract titleFirst NameLast Name
1A case of HBV/HCV coinfection: an unexpected aftermathJulia SusanneBalanescu
2A case revealing the potential for both defensive, but also offensive approaches in neurofibromatosis type 1Maria-AlexandraFleacă
3A miscellaneous cause of hemorrhagic pericarditis in a patient with multiple comorbiditiesDianaLungu
4A Rare Case of Gallbladder Ectopic PancreasMădălina-IulianaMiu
5A rare case of preterm infant death caused by congenital fungal infectionMaria IrinaFediuc
6A Rare Case of Synchronous Low-Grade Appendiceal Mucinous Neoplasm (LAMN) in a patient with Metastatic Rectal AdenocarcinomaCătălina-IolandaMarinescu
7A rare cause of epistaxis: Osler–Weber–Rendu diseaseGeorgeChirita
8A STUDY of VDR GENE POLYMORPHISMS in SOMALIAN INDIVIDUALS LIVING in TURKEY and COMPARISON with the TURKISH POPULATIONSeyma ZeynepAtici
9ADRENAL MEDULLARY AUTOGRAFT IN CORPUM STRIATUM FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE: INNOVATIVE, BUT ALSO EFFICIENT?AvaDashtinaserabadi
10Ageing pathways, how to increase lifespan and healthspanStefanTeodorescu-Draghicescu
11Analysis of salivary protein profiles in oral leukoplakia, oral lichen planus and oral squamous cell carcinoma using proteomics techniquesDoanVo Minh
12Anorexia – The Realm Between Two FearsIrina MihaelaMatache
13Assessment of the microscopic structure of a quadricuspid pulmonary valve and its implications.BernardSolewski
14Atrial Myxoma: are we getting to the heart of cardiac cancer?AlexandraZaiț
15Breast Cancer Detection with Boosted Decision TreesRazvanRadoi
16Burkitt’s Lymphoma in Elders – A Constellation of SymptomsDiana-RalucaVartic
17Cerebral revascularization: endovascular treatment strategy in a complex case with severe stenotic lesions of pre-cerebral arteriesAndreasVitikan
18Clinical and Radiological Long Term Evaluation of Unstable Thoracolumbar and Lumbar Type A Fractures Treated by Percutaneous Surgery after Implant RemovalGonzaloMariscal
19Clinical utility of Bone Specific Alkaline PhosphataseTHONG HIEUNGUYEN
20Complex penile trauma successfully resolved, with complete long term anatomical and functional restitutionDaniela AndreeaGheorghe
21Complex Treatment for Plantar Ulcer in a Case with Diabetes MellitusElenaMoldoveanu
22CONDITIONS AFFECTING TEAR FILM LAYERS – A REVIEWLucjaNiezgoda
23Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Angiitis, Systemic Or Drug Induced? – A Rare Case ReportIoanaIancu
24Cytotoxic and anti-proliferative activities of different substituted synthetic chalcones on mammalian cell linesRadoslavMarinov
25Difficult immunomodulatory treatment of relapsing-remitting type of multiple sclerosis.JerzyKról
26Drivers of Brain AgingRuxandaCucerenco
27Endometrial stromal sarcoma as a diagnostic challenge – a case report.AleksandraGładych
28Evaluation of 30-day outcome in outpatient multilevel CDAArtsiomKlimko
29Ewing’s sarcoma of tibia: an impressive pediatric case of disease regression and bone regenerationVlad C.Strimbu
30Fahr’s SyndromeDaphniejohn
31Genome-wide association study of breast cancer in Romanian populationPetre-AlexandruMilu
32Impact of Perceived Body Image on Eating Patterns, Lifestyle and Mental Health among TeenagersMadalina CristinaFotea
33Infected varicose ulceration in context of inferior vena cava agenesis associated with thrombophilia and equine leg malformationPaulGrama
34Investigation of VDR gene polymorphisms in twins with autism spectrum disorderTubaKose
35Jejunal Intussusception- Malignant Melanoma – A case reportMaria – IrinaGurita
36Molecular medicine in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease: Prospects for autophagy and binding moleculesKonstantinosVamvakaris
37Morvan Syndrome associated with voltage-gated potassium antibodies – A case reportMariaMarcu
38Myasthenic syndrome secondary to HIV infection – A Case Report from MexicoHeike FranziskaObreja
39Neural Reorganization after Hemispherectomy: is Cognitive Compensation Possible?Cristiana-MihaelaIliescu
40Neuro-cognitive profile of chronotypes at different times of the day shows definite correlationNandithaVenkatesan
41NEUROMYELITIS OPTICA: A RARE INFLAMMATORY AND DEMYELINATING AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEMCHIJIOKE OBINNAONWUDIWE
42Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: The future of CAR T-cell TherapyAndreea-MirunaLungu
43PSYCHOSURGERY: THE FUTURE OF MENTAL ILLNESS?Ioana-SmarandaMareș
44QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER A FACE TRANSPLANT: CAN ONE REGAIN HIS/HERS LIFE BACK?Eda-MelissaMustafa
45Richter’s syndrome – rare complication of chronic lymphocytic leukaemiaCorina AdelinaZah
46Ritodrin: A discontinued drug that continued lifeBeatrice ElizabethMorea
47Searching online for information about autism: the begining or the end of confusion?RaresParoiu
48Semi-quantitative Criteria Defining Histological Variants of Mesenchymal Tumours of Female Genital TractThitikornNuamek
49Services’s Quality Evaluation Audit for the Allergy Unit of Children’s Hospital “P&A Kyriakou” based on a review of patients with food allergy.MariaFarmaki
50SOFT TISSUE FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING BASAL CELL CARCINOMA RESECTIONAdrianPetkov
51Standardisation of an efficient protocol for RNA extraction from human placentasSilvia MariaDumitriu
52Success of cardiac resynchronization in a patient with ischemic cardiomyopathy. A case reportAndreiMesina
53The completeness and accuracy of online information about aphasia in Romanian, Hungarian, English and Spanish languagesDragoș-FlorinBabă
54The Gut Microbiome as a Potential Therapeutic Target in Anorexia NervosaAnaGhenciulescu
55The involvement of humanin in development of Parkinson diseaseSzymonUrban
56The mitral valve of a hypertrophic cardiomyopathyMirunaCosmescu
57The Osborn wave – a characteristic but not specific electrocardiographic change on severe hypothermia.Sorin NicolaeBlaga
58The Role of Gut-Brain Axis in Autism Spectrum DisordersSORANA MARIAMANUCA
59TRANSARTERIAL RADIOEMBOLIZATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMARozenGrigorov
60Using nanobody degradation to investigate BMP signaling at synapsesCosmina-MariaMatioc
61What is the diversity amongst University of Ottawa medical school applicants and matriculants?ItaiMalkin
  1. The person submitting the abstract must be the one who plans to present it in case it gets accepted (the “Presenting Author”).
  2. A given abstract can be submitted only once.
  3. One participant may submit (and therefore present) a maximum of 2 abstracts.
  4. You can submit your abstract even if it has been submitted or presented in another conference.
  5. There can be only one Presenting Author for each submitted abstract. There can be only one scientific coordinator for each submitted abstract. Any other doctors, researchers, university or medical staff that had any contribution to the abstract can be enlisted as coauthors. There is no limit for the number of coauthors. Coauthors who wish to attend our conference will be able to do so only as Passive Participants (our Terms&Conditions apply).

Depending on the subject of your abstract, you must send it under one of the following categories:

  • Fundamental Sciences
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Surgery

Depending on the type of your research, your abstract must respect the following structure:

CASE REPORT

ORIGINAL STUDY or META-ANALYSIS

REVIEW

1. Introduction

1. Introduction

1. Objectives

2. Case Presentation

2. Methods and Materials

2. Background

3. Discussions

3. Results

3. Methods & Materials

4. Conclusions

4. Results

5. Conclusions

  1. Register on our website, log into your account and go to the “My abstracts” tab.
  2. Press on the “Submit my abstract” button and fill in the Abstract Submission Form. Please keep in mind that your abstract must not exceed 300 words. While filling the Abstract Submission Form, please do NOT use special characters or diacritics. At the end of the form, you will need to define the Keywords, which will not be taken into consideration when counting the words.
  3. After you submit your abstract, you will receive a confirmation email from us (please check your spam folder as well).
  4. You can also check if your abstract was submitted by going to the “My abstracts” tab in your personal account.
  5. If you wish to submit a second abstract, repeat the steps above.

You’ve submitted your abstract but just realised that you forgot that last important piece of data. Don’t worry! You can edit your abstract by following the steps below:

  1. Log into your personal account and go to the “My abstracts” tab. You can view, edit and delete any of the submitted abstracts from this tab.
  2. You will be able to edit your abstract before 31 January 2020 (23.59 GMT+2). Only the final version will be taken into consideration.

Our scientific committee will evaluate all abstracts. The members of the committee are specialists in one of the three following fields: Fundamental Sciences, Clinical Medicine and Surgery. The review process is double blind, which means that the identities of both the reviewers and the authors are concealed from each other.

Your abstract will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  1. Basic linguistic cohesion;
  2. Scientific Validity – a plausible explanation of your findings;
  3. Statistics – use of adequate statistic tests and appropriate interpretation of their results;
  4. Applicability – how you position your work relative to current medical practice;
  5. Particularity of the Study – a reflection of the study’s novelty factor.

Accepted Abstracts will be announced on our website in late February 2020. The scientific committee decides not only if the abstract is accepted, but also how it will be presented: as an Oral Presentation or as a Poster Presentation.

An Oral Presentation is a 7-minute talk accompanied by a digital support prepared by the participant. A Poster is a graphic presentation of the research on a large sheet of paper. For more information on how to prepare your Oral or Poster Presentation, see also Presentations and Tips for Presenting Authors.

 

 

Oral Presentations

 

No.Abstract TitleFirst NameLast Name
1Challenges of Decreased Serum Sodium Concentration in Elderly Patient with Heart Failure: Case ReportMădălina CristinaFotea
2Comorbidity or Symptomatic Overlap? Asperger’s Syndrome and Paranoid Schizophrenia Diagnosed in a 16-year-old PatientStefania-AlexandraGrosu
3Crossing the line: Sarcina spp. leading to a fatal outcomeOana-MariaParis
4Dermatomyositis – First Clue of Undiagnosed Gastric Cancer -A Case Report-Ana-MariaVlad
5Effect of Vaginal Microbiota on HPV Infection and Cervical Cancer– New StrategiesAna MariaBalan
6Effects of Metabolic Acidosis and Hyperkalemia on a Biventricular Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator device: A Case ReportSamuelNistor
7Fatty acids effects on two skin cell lines: an overview of cell proliferation and migrationAndreiAlexandru
8In Silico Mutation and Repurposing of Membrane TransportersVictor GabrielUngureanu
9Long-term process of treatment and rehabilitation of a 13-year-old juvenile with multi-organ trauma following a traffic accidentMateuszZarzecki
10MEDICAL APPROACH ON NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA DURING PREGNANCYAdina-ElenaUrsache
11Minimally invasive endoscopic treatment of staghorn lithiasis in a patient with recurrent urinary tract infections with multidrug-resistant germsAndreea TeodoraDăngulea
12Mortality predictors in heart failure with mid-range ejection fractionBogdan-MihaiDitu
13Osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis: Tooth–in-eye surgeryAlexandraZaiț
14Overlooked clues in a complex genetic casePaul CalinCraciun
15Particularities and prognostic value of the echocardiographic profile of heart failure in rheumatoid arthritisNicoletaPîrciulescu
16Seroepidemiological and molecular investigation of Coxiella burnetii in laboratory samples from Bulgarian patients for one year period (2019)VeselinDobrinov
17Serotonin – A Marker of Neuroendocrine TumorsAna – GabrielaPrada
18Surgical treatment of subclavian artery aneurysmZareGevorkyan
19The differences between conventional and biologic treatment in patients with Rheumatoid ArthritisSorana-AlexandraBoncota
20The Internal Cerebral Vein: New Classification of Branching Patterns Based on Computed Tomography AngiographyKarolinaBrzegowy
21The vanishing twin syndrome/ Foetus in FetuDaphnieJohn
22Unusual auricular reconstruction after aggressive skin cancer resectionMadalina-GabrielaIlie

 

 

Poster Presentations

 

No.Abstract titleFirst NameLast Name
1A case of HBV/HCV coinfection: an unexpected aftermathJulia SusanneBalanescu
2A case revealing the potential for both defensive, but also offensive approaches in neurofibromatosis type 1Maria-AlexandraFleacă
3A miscellaneous cause of hemorrhagic pericarditis in a patient with multiple comorbiditiesDianaLungu
4A Rare Case of Gallbladder Ectopic PancreasMădălina-IulianaMiu
5A rare case of preterm infant death caused by congenital fungal infectionMaria IrinaFediuc
6A Rare Case of Synchronous Low-Grade Appendiceal Mucinous Neoplasm (LAMN) in a patient with Metastatic Rectal AdenocarcinomaCătălina-IolandaMarinescu
7A rare cause of epistaxis: Osler–Weber–Rendu diseaseGeorgeChirita
8A STUDY of VDR GENE POLYMORPHISMS in SOMALIAN INDIVIDUALS LIVING in TURKEY and COMPARISON with the TURKISH POPULATIONSeyma ZeynepAtici
9ADRENAL MEDULLARY AUTOGRAFT IN CORPUM STRIATUM FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE: INNOVATIVE, BUT ALSO EFFICIENT?AvaDashtinaserabadi
10Ageing pathways, how to increase lifespan and healthspanStefanTeodorescu-Draghicescu
11Analysis of salivary protein profiles in oral leukoplakia, oral lichen planus and oral squamous cell carcinoma using proteomics techniquesDoanVo Minh
12Anorexia – The Realm Between Two FearsIrina MihaelaMatache
13Assessment of the microscopic structure of a quadricuspid pulmonary valve and its implications.BernardSolewski
14Atrial Myxoma: are we getting to the heart of cardiac cancer?AlexandraZaiț
15Breast Cancer Detection with Boosted Decision TreesRazvanRadoi
16Burkitt’s Lymphoma in Elders – A Constellation of SymptomsDiana-RalucaVartic
17Cerebral revascularization: endovascular treatment strategy in a complex case with severe stenotic lesions of pre-cerebral arteriesAndreasVitikan
18Clinical and Radiological Long Term Evaluation of Unstable Thoracolumbar and Lumbar Type A Fractures Treated by Percutaneous Surgery after Implant RemovalGonzaloMariscal
19Clinical utility of Bone Specific Alkaline PhosphataseTHONG HIEUNGUYEN
20Complex penile trauma successfully resolved, with complete long term anatomical and functional restitutionDaniela AndreeaGheorghe
21Complex Treatment for Plantar Ulcer in a Case with Diabetes MellitusElenaMoldoveanu
22CONDITIONS AFFECTING TEAR FILM LAYERS – A REVIEWLucjaNiezgoda
23Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Angiitis, Systemic Or Drug Induced? – A Rare Case ReportIoanaIancu
24Cytotoxic and anti-proliferative activities of different substituted synthetic chalcones on mammalian cell linesRadoslavMarinov
25Difficult immunomodulatory treatment of relapsing-remitting type of multiple sclerosis.JerzyKról
26Drivers of Brain AgingRuxandaCucerenco
27Endometrial stromal sarcoma as a diagnostic challenge – a case report.AleksandraGładych
28Evaluation of 30-day outcome in outpatient multilevel CDAArtsiomKlimko
29Ewing’s sarcoma of tibia: an impressive pediatric case of disease regression and bone regenerationVlad C.Strimbu
30Fahr’s SyndromeDaphniejohn
31Genome-wide association study of breast cancer in Romanian populationPetre-AlexandruMilu
32Impact of Perceived Body Image on Eating Patterns, Lifestyle and Mental Health among TeenagersMadalina CristinaFotea
33Infected varicose ulceration in context of inferior vena cava agenesis associated with thrombophilia and equine leg malformationPaulGrama
34Investigation of VDR gene polymorphisms in twins with autism spectrum disorderTubaKose
35Jejunal Intussusception- Malignant Melanoma – A case reportMaria – IrinaGurita
36Molecular medicine in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease: Prospects for autophagy and binding moleculesKonstantinosVamvakaris
37Morvan Syndrome associated with voltage-gated potassium antibodies – A case reportMariaMarcu
38Myasthenic syndrome secondary to HIV infection – A Case Report from MexicoHeike FranziskaObreja
39Neural Reorganization after Hemispherectomy: is Cognitive Compensation Possible?Cristiana-MihaelaIliescu
40Neuro-cognitive profile of chronotypes at different times of the day shows definite correlationNandithaVenkatesan
41NEUROMYELITIS OPTICA: A RARE INFLAMMATORY AND DEMYELINATING AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEMCHIJIOKE OBINNAONWUDIWE
42Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: The future of CAR T-cell TherapyAndreea-MirunaLungu
43PSYCHOSURGERY: THE FUTURE OF MENTAL ILLNESS?Ioana-SmarandaMareș
44QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER A FACE TRANSPLANT: CAN ONE REGAIN HIS/HERS LIFE BACK?Eda-MelissaMustafa
45Richter’s syndrome – rare complication of chronic lymphocytic leukaemiaCorina AdelinaZah
46Ritodrin: A discontinued drug that continued lifeBeatrice ElizabethMorea
47Searching online for information about autism: the begining or the end of confusion?RaresParoiu
48Semi-quantitative Criteria Defining Histological Variants of Mesenchymal Tumours of Female Genital TractThitikornNuamek
49Services’s Quality Evaluation Audit for the Allergy Unit of Children’s Hospital “P&A Kyriakou” based on a review of patients with food allergy.MariaFarmaki
50SOFT TISSUE FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING BASAL CELL CARCINOMA RESECTIONAdrianPetkov
51Standardisation of an efficient protocol for RNA extraction from human placentasSilvia MariaDumitriu
52Success of cardiac resynchronization in a patient with ischemic cardiomyopathy. A case reportAndreiMesina
53The completeness and accuracy of online information about aphasia in Romanian, Hungarian, English and Spanish languagesDragoș-FlorinBabă
54The Gut Microbiome as a Potential Therapeutic Target in Anorexia NervosaAnaGhenciulescu
55The involvement of humanin in development of Parkinson diseaseSzymonUrban
56The mitral valve of a hypertrophic cardiomyopathyMirunaCosmescu
57The Osborn wave – a characteristic but not specific electrocardiographic change on severe hypothermia.Sorin NicolaeBlaga
58The Role of Gut-Brain Axis in Autism Spectrum DisordersSORANA MARIAMANUCA
59TRANSARTERIAL RADIOEMBOLIZATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMARozenGrigorov
60Using nanobody degradation to investigate BMP signaling at synapsesCosmina-MariaMatioc
61What is the diversity amongst University of Ottawa medical school applicants and matriculants?ItaiMalkin

You have two options – you can:

  1. Pay the Presenting Author Fee before the Abstract Submission Deadline (31 January 2020)

In this case, you pay the Presenting Author Fee (30 EUR ) first, so that you can book a Workshop. You will be able to book a Workshop instantly. Don’t forget to book it before 19 March 2020.  

By paying the Presenting Author Fee before the Abstract Submission Deadline, you assume full responsibility for submitting an abstract before 31 January 2019 (23:59 GMT +2). Please note that if you fail to submit an abstract, any Workshop booking gets cancelled, your account becomes inactive and you do not get a refund.

When we announce the list of accepted abstracts, if your abstract got accepted, you do not have to pay any additional fee. If your abstract did not get accepted, you may still attend the conference as a Passive Participant. In order to do so, you have to pay an additional fee of 25 EUR (so that in the end you will have paid 30 EUR + 25 EUR = 55 EUR ).

OR

  1. Pay the Presenting Author or Regular Fee after the Abstract Submission Deadline (31 January 2020), but before the General Payment Deadline (18 March 2020)

Please note that you don’t have to pay the Presenting Author Fee in order to submit an abstract. If you submit an abstract, you can postpone the payment until after we announce the list of accepted abstracts, but you won’t be able to book your Workshop during this time. If your abstract gets accepted, you have to pay the Presenting Author Fee (30 EUR) before 18 March 2019 (23:59 GMT +2). If your abstract doesn’t get accepted, you have to pay the Regular Fee (55 EUR) before 18 March 2020 (23:59 GMT +2). After you pay, you will be able to book a Workshop before 19 March 2020 (23:59 GMT +2). Our Terms & Conditions apply.

What do we usually expect from an abstract?

There are a few rules that you should bear in mind when you start writing your abstract.

First of all, the abstract should provide the reader with useful information regarding your work. After reading it, one should be able to tell what you studied, why you studied it and how you studied it. The title should not only be appealing, but also informative. As far as the content is concerned, you should try to make it concise and clear, so that even a reader that has little to no knowledge about that particular subject should be able to understand it. As Albert Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”.

As far as MEDICS is concerned…

In the following section, we provide you useful advice regarding the structure of your abstract, based on the three types of presentations included in the congress: case report, original study & meta-analysis and review.

  1. The Case Report abstract should contain the following parts: introduction, case presentation, discussions. In the introduction you should briefly present the disease and its importance for the population. The case description should provide information regarding the chief complaint, physical examination, para-clinical investigations, differential and final diagnosis. The discussions should emphasize the importance and hallmarks of this clinical case.
  2. The Original Study abstract should contain the following parts: introduction, methods and materials, results, conclusions. In the introduction you should explain the reason for performing this study. The materials and methods section should briefly describe the population included in the study (human or animal test subjects), the performed actions, the data analysis. In the results section, you should include the outcome of the data analysis. The conclusions should emphasize the importance of this original study.
  3. The Review / Meta-Analysis abstract should include the following parts: background, objectives, methods and materials, results, conclusion.

It is important to remember that your work could be selected for the Oral or Poster Presentation sessions, based on the review of your abstract. Therefore, it is advisable that you spare no effort in writing an outstanding abstract.

Remember that the abstract body must not exceed 300 words. Last but not least, be careful to select relevant keywords – this will make it easier for people that may be interested in your work to find it in the abstract book.