Abstract Submission Guidebook

Abstract Submission Closed


  • Abstract submission opens on 15th July 2022 and closes on 15st Jan 2023.
  • Abstract has to be submitted at the dedicated portal www.isar2023.in after registering yourself for the conference. Registration is mandatory for submission of abstract.
  • The site will stop accepting abstracts from 16th Jan 2023. Abstract received by e-mail will not be evaluated.
  • A presenting author has to submit the abstract himself/ herself.
  • A presenting author can submit a maximum of 01 abstracts for consideration for ISAR 2023.
  • Decision of abstract evaluation will be communicated by e-mail to the submitting (presenting) author by 20th Jan 2023.


  • Free Paper
  • Poster


  • Art and Pregnancy Outcomes
  • Art-The Medicolegal Angel
  • Endocrinology & Reproduction
  • Endoscopy Related to Art
  • The Male Factor
  • Mixed Bag ( Miscellaneous )
  • USG & Art

3. Prizes in 3 categories (3 prizes each in each category)

  • Female Clinical Reproductive medicine
  • Andrology
  • Clinical Embryology


  • All abstracts must be submitted in English- Times New Roman, with a font size of 12 and double spacing. To ensure blinded review-no identifying features such as names of hospitals, medical colleges, clinics or places may be listed in the title or text of the abstract.
  • Do not include the names of authors and their affiliations in the abstract body. There will be provision of entering author details and their affiliation(s) in the submission platform.
  • The material in the abstract must be original and not previously published.
  • The title should be as brief as possible but long enough to clearly indicate the nature of the study. Abbreviations must not be used in the title. The title should not be written entirely in capital letters.
  • The size of the abstract is limited to 350 words (excluding title, authors, their affiliations etc.)
  • The brand names or name of the manufacturers for any drug or equipment is strictly prohibited. Use generic name(s).
  • Structure your abstract using the following subheadings:
    • Background.
    • Aims & objectives.
    • Materials/patients & methods: Describe your selection of observations or experimental subjects precisely.
    • Results: Describe your results in a logical sequence.
    • Conclusions: Emphasise new and important aspects of the study and conclusions that are drawn from them.
    • Limitations.
    • Conflict of interest: Declaration of conflict of interest is mandatory.
    • No references, graphs, figures or tables are needed with abstract submission.
    • Check spelling and grammar carefully. The abstract text will not be edited and will be reproduced in the submitted form in the e-abstract book.


  • For Case Description Category Introduction.
  • Description of the case.
  • Conclusion. Mention why the case is unique and worth presenting.
  • For Original Research Category.
  • Background.
  • Objective/s.
  • Patients/ materials and methods.
  • Results.
  • Limitations.
  • Conclusion.
  • For Short video procedural presentation Category.
Background: Brief information on why this procedural improvisation/ innovation was necessary
Procedure: Briefly describe the procedure
Novelty: Briefly describe the novelty including how it is likely to change the existing practice