Abstract submissions will be accepted until August 1, 2019
A report of scientific work conducted in pediatric interventional radiology.
Abstracts are limited to 250 words. Please do not include representative images at this time. The work will be presented as a traditional oral presentation (8 minutes speaking time, 4 minutes for Q&A). Approximately 18 scientific abstract presentations will be presented within three sessions.
Challenging Case Abstract
Challenging case reports showcasing a particularly challenging
technique/approach or a new, innovative procedure.
An abstract with a succinct description of the procedure, explanation of the technique/approach, outcome of the procedure and a salient image(s) representative of the case. The challenging case sessions are meant to help attendees see the creative talents of our members as well as facilitate discussion on ways to apply similar techniques in the future. The abstract is limited to 250 words. Supportive images should be submitted as a PDF as part of the online submission form. The report will be presented at the podium as a brief oral presentation. Approximately 20 case sessions will be presented.
Challenging case sessions will encompass the following six disciplines:
Intracranial and Spine Interventions
We look forward to your submissions and are thrilled to have you participate in what promises to be a another exciting and educational SPIR 2019!
Notification of acceptance will be emailed directly
to the corresponding author on or before August 15, 2019.