ESUR 2017



General information and guidelines

All participants are encouraged to send an abstract concerning different aspects of uroradiological diagnostics.

The ESUR 2017 Programme Committee therefore welcomes abstract submissions of scientific and educational presentations for ESUR 2017. Selected abstracts will be accepted for oral presentations and for electronic poster presentation, as to ensure a balanced and representative scientific programme. Scientific abstracts (oral and scientific poster presentations) must be structured as follows:

  • Purpose
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion

Educational Poster abstracts must be structured as follows:

  • Learning objectives
  • Background
  • Imaging Findings or Procedure Details
  • Conclusion

Topic categories for the abstracts
You should specify one topic category within which the submitted abstract falls:

  • Pelvic floor: female/male
  • Infertility: female/male
  • Kidneys imaging
  • Prostate imaging
  • Pregnancy
  • Pediatric uroradiology
  • Imaging techniques
  • Contrast media
  • Other

Abstracts may only be submitted via the online panel for the Congress participants.

Submission of an abstract requires prior online registration of the participant (see: Registration).

Abstracts longer than 225 words will not be accepted by the system.

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended from June 30 to July 17, 2017.

Abstracts submitted after this deadline will not be accepted. Abstracts sent by post, fax or email will not be accepted.

Each submitted abstract will be qualified for acceptance anonymously by independent reviewers.

Reviewers’ assessment will be completed by 31 July, 2017.

The authors will be informed whether their submissions have been accepted or rejected by 31 July, 2017. Projects can only be submitted in one presentation category. Posters which have already been in the Poster database may not be re-submitted to ESUR. More details can be found in the online abstract submission system.


ESUR abstract review

The Programme Committee states that the ESUR scientific programme is equal to any other radiology programme in the past but wishes to improve it further. Most diagnostic radiology research presented at ESUR comprises evaluation of the technical and diagnostic performance of imaging methods and pictorial essays / radiologic-pathologic correlation. Interventional radiology research is also presented. A large panel of sub-specialist radiologists will assesssubmitted abstracts within their area of expertise.

Submitted abstracts can be edited directly on the Internet until the deadline.


Notification of acceptance

Presenters will receive the notifications of acceptance via e-mail by the end of July 2017. Detailed guidelines for oral presentations and poster presentations will be published on the ESUR website at that time. Authors with accepted abstracts for scientific exhibits will receive a link to the e-Poster system via e-mail, enabling them to upload their poster presentation prior to the meeting.
If you wish to withdraw your submission after having confirmed your acceptance, inform the Central ESUR Office in writing (e-mail, fax) immediately:

Fax +48 58 320 94 60

Please note that all presenters need to register for the congress!


Audio visual services (AVS)

Only data projection will be provided for oral presentations. Presentations must be prepared using PowerPoint for PC. Macintosh presentations must be saved in PC format. Speakers must deliver their presentation to the Preview Centre on a separate, labelled CD-ROM or USB stick (ZIP disks are not accepted). Speakers are responsible for testing their presentation for compatibility at the meeting, before handing it in. Further details will be made available together with the notification of acceptance.


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