File format: Word
Word limit and images
The word count limit per abstract is:
Minimum words: 250
Maximum words: 600
This limit includes words entered into the title and abstract text.
A maximum of three (3) images can be included in the abstract. Only clear, high quality images will be accepted.
One (1) image = fifty (50) words
• New technologies: Fillers, Lasers, Radiofrequencies, LEDs
• New technologies: Practical applications
• Corporal & psychological management
• New treatments in genital restoration and sexological impact
• In daily practice: requirements, limitations, accidents & complications
• The future of genital restoration
All abstracts must be structured as follows:
a) BACKGROUND: description of the objective/aim of the research
b) METHODS: description of the methods used
c) RESULTS: results of the research
d) CONCLUSIONS: a statement of the main conclusions
The maximum number of authors allowed per abstract is ten (10). Academic degrees and professional positions such as Medical Director, CEO, etc. must NOT be mentioned. The names of authors will be published in the order in which they were submitted. The main / 1st author should be clearly identified by choosing the correct ‘check’ box in the author input section.
Changes to the author string can be requested within forty eight (48) hours after the outcome notification. Any requests made after forty eight (48) hours cannot be guaranteed.
PLEASE ENSURE TO COMPLETE THE AUTHOR(S) SECTION CORRECTLY USING THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:
• First Name initial in upper case (e.g. J)
• Surname in upper and lower case (e.g. Smith)
• Affiliation: Unit or Section, Department, University and/or Hospital, Town, Country (In case of multiple affiliations, please super scribe the relevant numbers)
• Please put a comma and a space between the names of the authors • Please put a semicolon between the authors’ affiliations
M. A. Thompson 1, D. WALL 2, R. J. HICKS 1, 3, H. M. PRINCE2,3
1Department of Urology, John King Centre, Melbourne, Australia;
2Centre for Aesthetics, MacCallum Centre, London, United Kingdom;
3Department of gynaecology, University of Paris, Paris, France
Abbreviations can be used in the title and body of the abstract, but they must be defined. Terms must be spelt out in full when first mentioned, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. E.g. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)