Call for Abstracts
Abstract Submission: Abstract submission has been extended due to the novel coronavirus.
Topics for abstracts
Authors must select one topic category and one subcategory that best fits the subject of their abstract. The Program Committee reserves the right to recategorize an abstract.
|3.||Kidney, Adrenal gland and Retroperitoneum|
|5.||Education and simulation training|
|Preferred type of presentation
(The Program Committee reserves the right to make the final decision on the presentation style.)
|1.||The abstract must be submitted in English.|
|2.||The text of the abstract should not exceed 1,500 characters.|
|3.||The Abstract may contain one of these as follows: Tables, Graphs or Images.
*One file will be counted as 450 characters.
|4.||Abstracts must be structured as follows: Introduction, Subjects and Methods, Results and Conclusions.|
|5.||The maximum word limit for the title: 200 characters.|
|6.||The abstract must be submitted by the presenting author.|
|7.||The maximum number of authors (first author and co-author(s)): 10.|
|8.||The maximum number of authors' affiliations allowed: 10.|
|9.||Please do not use specific name or information that can identify an individual.|
|10.||After the submission, the secretariat will have no responsibility for proofreading, correction and so on. Please make sure that all information is correct before submitting.|
|11.||After the submission, the secretariat will send you a confirmation e-mail. Acceptance/Rejection e-mail will be sent to the registered e-mail address. If you do not receive it within 24 hours, please contact the secretariat.|
|12.||All procedures followed relating the abstract should be in accordance with the Helsinki Declaration of 1964 and later versions.|
|13.||The presenting author is required to complete the conference pre-registration by September 4, 2020.|