DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS AND CASES: June 1, 2018
Most Interesting Case I’ve Seen
Few clinical cases will be selected for presentation using Powerpoint slides during the “Most Interesting Case I’ve seen” session (maximum 10 minutes per case) of the symposium. Cases demonstrating unusual or challenging findings relevant to the field of fetal cardiology should be submitted per the guidelines below. Submitted cases will be reviewed by the organizing committee and you will be notified by email once your case has been reviewed. If the preliminary review approves the case, you will be emailedmore instructions in order to upload the video clips for review if indicated.
The best case presentation will win a prize during the meeting.
Perplexing, Unique, Unusual?
If these adjectives describe a case you’ve had, we want to hear it! Solved or unsolved – it doesn’t matter. And of course, the more details, the better!
Good Luck! We look forward to reviewing your cases!
Please note the instructions below for submitting a case:
- The presenter should be registered for the meeting.
- A brief description should be submitted below (Max Words: 400).
- Please include selected video clips for review that highlight the main findings. If the organizing committee requires further information about your case, you will be contacted by email. Please make sure your clips are non-identifiable