Abstract submission


  • Perinatal brain and late outcomes
  • Caardiovascular Imaging
  • The perfect fetal MRI- how?
  • Big data in fetal MRI




  • First author
  • Authors’ list – EXCLUDING first author (e.g. P. White 1; C. Hurt 2; J. Smith 3) – FIRST NAME ONLY INITIALS
  • Affiliations (INCLUDING first author) – # HOSPITAL, CITY, COUNTRY
  • The title of the abstract must be entered in capital letters (maximum 100 words)
  • Abstracts should be structured in the following four sections:
  • Introduction
  • Materials and methods
  • Results or case report
  • Conclusions
  • Maximum length of 4500 characters (excl. title & author block, INCLUDING spaces).
  • Abstracts may include tables, graphics and pictures
  • All fields must be entered



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