Abstract Submission

Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission deadline – CLOSED



  • Pharmacotherapy for the inner ear
  • Inner ear cell regeneration
  • Drug delivery into the inner ear
  • Regenerative inner ear medicine
  • Labyrinthine dehiscence
  • Otosclerosis
  • Bell’s palsy
  • Cholesteatoma
  • Techniques for eardrum repair
  • Frontiers in cochlear implantation
  • Meniere’s disease
  • Vestibular implant
  • Vertiginous syndromes
  • Bone conduction implants
  • Active middle ear implants
  • Vestibular schwannoma
  • Petrous bone tumours


  • Malignant tumors of the nose, sinuses and anterior skull base
  • Expansive lesions of the orbit
  • Four-hands approach to the anterior skull base
  • Sleep medicine
  • Rhinoplasty techniques
  • Turbinotomy techniques
  • Allergy


  • NBI for diagnosis of H&N lesions
  • Transoral surgery: Laser vs Robotics
  • Robotics: Da Vinci vs flexible handling
  • Thyroid surgery: external, endoscopic, “hidden”
  • Emergency tracheotomy: endoscopic vs external approach
  • HPV in head and neck cancer
  • Transoral ultrasound-guided surgery
  • Multidisciplinary protocols in head and neck cancer


  • 3D printing technology
  • Pollution and ENT diseases
  • COVID-19


Every abstract should be structured as follows:
  1. Presenting author’s and Co-author’s details
    Authors’ names (Including First Author) (e.g. Paul White 1; Chris Hurt 2; Jhon Snow 3)
  2. Authors’ affiliation
    # Hospital, City, Province or State, Country (e.g.: 1 Paediatric Dept., University Hospital of Rome, RM, Italy)
    For authors from the same Institution/Hopsital, the affiliation should be listed only once. e.g. J. SMITH1; P. JONES2; E. LAMPARD1 1 Saint Paul Hospital, London, United Kingdom; 2 Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom
  3. All authors’ email addresses
  4. Abstract Presenter: please insert ONLY name, surname, country
  5. Abstract title – limited to 100 words in CAPITAL LETTERS
  6. Please note that the abstract should be limited to 350 words and should be structured as follows:
    • Background
    • Methods
    • Results
    • Conclusion

    Case reports should be limited to 350 words and should be structured as follows

    • Background
    • Case report
    • Conclusion
  7. One image OR one tab (optional)
    Image in JPEG, PNG or TIFF format Table/Chart/Graph in Excel or Word format
    PLEASE NOTE: Do not include the caption inside the image / tab. A space to insert the caption is available in the abstract submission form.
  8. Key words (optional)
  9. Conflict of interest statement
  1. Abstract Topics – abstracts must be allocated to a specific category for the Scientific Programme. You will need to select the category most suited to your abstract.
  2. Use only standard abbreviations. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full word appears the first time.
  3. Use generic names of drugs. Express numbers as numerals.
  4. Submitted abstracts cannot be modified or corrected after submission.

Information for presenters

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