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VIII annual Congress of the European Society of Vascular Medicine 2022

6-8 October


The congress welcomes broad participation in the scientific program, in the form of both free lectures and posters concerning any of the main topics of the congress.

Abstract submission is only available via the online submission form.
You will receive a confirmation by e-mail after submitting your abstract.

The authors may request a preferred type of presentation. However, the organizers of the congress will be responsible for the final selection of lectures and posters from the submitted abstracts.

The abstract submission is extended from March 1, 2022, to June1, 2022.

Late breaking abstract submission is possible until July 31st

Instructions for the authors

1) Abstracts must be written in English.
2) Abstracts can be submitted by text input or in MS Word Document (.doc, .docx) or Rich Text File (.rtf) formats. The file name must include the author's last name.
3) Abstracts shall have the following structure: introduction (background/aims), methods, results and conclusion.
4) An image can be attached to the abstract. Please note that it may be printed in the Book of Abstracts in black and white only.
5) Please use the following document format:

[blank line]
Author and co-authors names: Surname N., Surname N., Surname N.
[blank line]
Affiliation, city and country in italics: Department, Hospital/University, City, Country
[blank line]
Justified text [up to 300 words]

Instructions for the authors

Abstracts of accepted lectures/posters will be published in the Book of Abstracts and will be distributed to all congress participants. If you do not wish to publish your abstract, please notifyOla Nilsson at MKON

If you have any questions or technical problems concerning abstract submission, please do not hesitate to contact Ola Nilsson at MKON,

Click here to submit your abstract