Abstracts should be ULTRASOUND TOPICS in any of the following sections:

  • Abdominal Imaging
  • Breast Imaging
  • Cardiovascular Radiology
  • Chest radiology
  • Gastrointestinal Imaging
  • Genito-urinary Imaging
  • Head and Neck Imaging
  • Hepato-pancreatico-biliary Imaging
  • Interventional radiology
  • Musculo-skeletal Radiology
  • Pediatric Radiology
  • Women’s Imaging
  • Physics of Radiology
  • Recent advances in Imaging
  • Miscellaneous

Guidelines for Abstract

Guidelines for Oral Presentations

Presentation Duration: 6 minute presentation & 2 minute discussion

All presenters must register for SONOSUMMIT 2019, failure to do so will disqualify them for presentation. You are advised to strictly follow time limit, failing which the audio-visual will be switched off. Your presentation should be prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint version 2003, 2007 or 2010. Preferred page set-up is landscape orientation (portrait orientation will not be displayed correctly). Use standard Windows fonts only. Try to avoid use of non-standard Windows fonts or language specific fonts. Do not copy and paste the images from another application, please use the “insert image from a file”functionality from PowerPoint (format JPG or PNG).

Video Clips: Videos, when included, should ideally be in mpeg2. If any other format is used its codec should also be included. PowerPoint embeds image files directly into the file when you save them, while video files are not embedded. Only a link is made to the video file. Copy the video clips you want to insert into the same folder as the PowerPoint file. This will eliminate the problem of PowerPoint losing the link to the file. Be certain to bring the video files and the PowerPoint files to the meeting.

The following media formats will be accepted: CD-R and CD-RW, DVD+-R, USB Pen Memory Drive. Presenters will not be allowed to use their own laptop. Please do not load PowerPoint slides or other files directly to the computer in the session room from a flash/pen drive, CD-ROM, or other personal device. As the First Author, you are obligated to present your abstract. Changes in the presentation type, day, time assigned to your abstract cannot be made.

In case you are not able to present, you may request for a Substitute Presenter. The Substitute Presenter must be a co-author of the abstract, must be able to discuss all aspects of the abstract data, and must be registered for the conference.

Send your request to co-author will not be entitled for any award.

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For general questions about the program, your presentation, etc., contact at

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Scientific Papers and Posters Committee,

Guidelines For E Poster Presentation

Definition: A poster is a visual display of the scientific abstract accepted to the conference. There can be scientific exhibits in which some case series is reported, or an Educational Exhibit which describes or reviews imaging findings in particular conditions. Pictorial reviews come under this category. They can also be single case reports. Posters will have equal importance as oral presentations. They will be displayed throughout the meeting.

General Specifications:

  1. The E-poster will be displayed on standard 42” (Diagonal) LCD
  2. File format should be PowerPoint (.PPT)
  3. Total size of the presentation should not exceed 10-20 MB
  4. Maximum number of slides per E-poster: 8-10
  5. All slides should be in landscape format
  6. Animation/movies/sounds will not be supported; please submit in a static PPT format only.

Design Specifications:

  • The E-poster needs to be created as per format only.
  • Each slide title should be placed in a title placeholder
  • The text should include (most likely as separate elements of the poster) Introduction, Aim, Methods, Results, Conclusion and Acknowledgements .

The poster should be self explanatory. Text should be brief and well organized. It is suggested that font size of the text should be at least 32 point. The typeface chosen should be a simple and clear one (e.g. Helvetica)

The correct font size depend greatly on the fonts used in the ppt and the thumb rule should be that if it is visible well on the computer screen it shall be visible on the E-Poster Display Screen.

Color suggestions:

  1. When using light backgrounds (white, yellow, light blue) we suggest using dark fonts (black, navy blue, dark green)
  2. When using dark backgrounds (blue, purple) we suggest using light fonts (white, yellow, cyan) c. Avoid using red or green in any fonts or backgrounds as they are colors that are difficult to read Illustrations/images/photographs used in the E-poster should be enlarged enough to show relevant details.

If there are any other queries, kindly feel free to let us know.

Wishing you good luck and look forward to seeing you in the conference.

Thanks & Regards
Scientific Papers and Posters Committee,