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Abstract Submission for the 2018 AOSBS will be accept Aug 24, 2018 (GMT+8)
The 14th Asian-Oceanian Skull Base Society (AOSBS) will held on September 21 to 23, 2018 at Taichung, Taiwan.Taiwan Skull Base Society is pleased to invite all expert and scholars from around the world to share their research, experience, and insights with global dimension. Now please feel no hesitate and start your abstract submission.
General Policy
There is a limit of three contributed submissions per registered author.(Oral presentation limit one )
Oral presentation should be submitted through online submission system before Aug 24, 2018. Late submission will not be considered.
Poster Presentation should be submitted through online submission system before Sept 15, 2018. Late submission will not be considered
Correspondence regarding the abstracts will only be sent to presenting author who agrees to forward all received information to all authors.
Each accepted abstract must have at least one registration. Presenting author is required to register and complete payment Aug 24, 2018.
The Scientific Organizing Committee of the AOSBS2018 reserves the right to accept or refuse submission, to designate abstracts either oral or poster presentation.
Confrence theme
1. Orbital lesions
  1. Tumors
  2. Infections
  3. Trauma
  4. Approaches, reconstruction
2. Paranasal sinuses
  1. Surgical management of tumors - Benign and malignant tumors
  2. Chronic and infectious diseases
  3. Infratemporal fossa and neighbourhood
3. Anterior & central skull base
  1. Endoscopic procedures
  2. Approaches and techniques: Keyhole
  3. Interdisciplinary treatment
  4. Surgical management of tumors
  5. Optic nerve / Chiasma + Orbital decompression
  6. Radiation therapy of tumor
  7. Reconstruction & CSF leak
  8. Traumatic lesions & infections
  9. Role of navigation
  10. The cavernous sinus
4. Lateral skull base
  1. Surgical management of tumors - Benign and malignant tumors
  2. Approaches and techniques: Keyhole
  3. Interdisciplinary treatment
  4. Role of radiation & chemotherapy
  5. Role of endoscopy
  6. Role of navigation
  7. Reconstruction & CSF leak
5. Posterior Fossa & Cranio-Cervical Junction
  1. Surgical management of tumors - Benign and malignant tumors
  2. Interdisciplinary approaches and techniques
  3. Role of navigation
  4. Role of endoscopy
  5. Radiation therapy of tumor lesions
  6. Role of Chemotherapy
  7. Traumatic lesions
  8. Reconstruction & CSF leak
6. The vascular system
  1. Management of lesions along the carotid and vertebral artery
  2. Skull base veins and sinuses: Surgery and endovascular interventions
  3. Nerve-vascular conflicts
7. Pituitary and craniopharyngioma Forum
  1. Management of lesions along the carotid and vertebral artery
  2. Skull base veins and sinuses: Surgery and endovascular interventions
  3. Nerve-vascular conflicts
8. Others
  1. Complications of skull base therapy
  2. Robotics in skull base surgery and treatment
  3. Imaging of skull base and its diseases
  4. Anatomy of skull base
  5. Intraoperative monitoring
  6. New surgical approaches
  7. Innovative technology
  8. Trauma
Instructions for Abstract Submission
Abstracts must be written in English within 500 words.
The text should be single spaced and typed in Times New Roman font, point size 12.
Abstracts should comprise the following elements, with each beginning a new paragraph:
  1. Title: The abstract title should be written in bold, initial capital/lower case form, not all capital.
  2. Authors: Authors' names should be supplied in the Last Name - First Name format and initial capital/lower case. Please underline the name of presenting author, or the first author will be considered as presenting author.
  3. Affiliation: All affiliations should contain institution, city and country which be annotated by superscript numbers.
  4. Abstract text: The abstract must represent original work and the body of the abstract should be ordered as follows: Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions.
  5. Figures/ Tables: Do not include figures, tables, images and references in the abstract.