Padua University, Italy

Submission

  • Abstracts for oral or poster or video presentation is expecting, and the Scientific Committees reserves the right for final decision
  • Abstracts accepted for the presentation require authors to register before the deadline for abstract submission to include them into the congress final program and the Book of Abstracts
  • Deadline for abstract submission is March 15, 2020
  • Abstracts should be submitted electronically using the congress website
  • The authors will be notified about the final decision no later than March 31, 2020
  • The decisive congress’ program will be available online no later than April 15, 2020

 

STRUCTURAL ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

Abstract

Abstract Title:The title should be in upper and lower cases (Times New Roman, font 10).

Author’s details:Author(s) first name, last name, professional degree(s), academic title(s) and affiliation (institution)

E-mail address and/or website

Country

Abstract Text:

The structural abstract text is limited to 200 words and should be organized into the following subheadings:

  1. BACKGROUND: Current knowledge and rationale for the investigation.
  2. OBJECTIVES: What is going to be investigated?
  3. METHODS: Type of the study (study design), eligibility, statistical methods, if applicable.
  4. RESULTS: Participants of the research, confirm eligibility and follow-up, main results.
  5. CONCLUSION: How the study answered the objective(s).
  6. IMPLICATIONS: How the study findings can be implemented for future clinical-scientific research, recommendation for clinical practice, and influencing policy.

 

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Subjects for Presentation:

  • New Discovery of Female Genital Anatomy & Its Clinical Applications
  • Surgical Interventions
  • Mons Pubis (Veneris) Plasty

The Clitoris:

  • Clitoral preputioplasty
  • Clitoral hoodoplasty
  • Clitoral frenuloplasty
  • Clitoral body reduction
  • Transgender surgery

The Labia Minora:

  • Labioreduction of the labia minora
  • Labiolift of the labia minora
  • Labioplasty (reconstruction) of labia minora
  • Labiolysis of the labia minora (corrective surgery for labial fusion)

The Labia Minora:

  • Anterior commissuroplasty
  • Posterior commissuroplasty
  • Labioreduction of the labia majora
  • Labiolift of the labia majora
  • Labioplasty of the labia majora by adipose sac reconstruction
  • Labiopexy of the labia majora by Colles’ fasciareconstruction

Vaginal Rejuvenation By:

  • Anterior vaginal wall site-specific defects reconstruction
  • Posterior vaginal wall reconstruction with or without the perineal body preservation
  • Lateral vaginal wall reconstruction
  • Paravaginal reconstruction
  • Pelvic reconstruction
  • Vaginal tightening
  • Columnar rugae restoration
  • Minimizing mucorrhea
  • Radio frequency or laser application
  • Medical therapies

G-Spot Dysfunction Therapies By:

  • Amplification (collagen or hydraulic acid injection)
  • Augmentation (autologous adipose tissue injection)
  • G-spotplasty (a surgical intervention)
  • Medical therapies (E1 prostaglandin vaginal topical cream or oxytocin injection)

HymenealPlasty By:

  • Hymeneal membrane reconstruction
  • Hymeneal ring reconstruction
  • Hymeneal plate reconstruction
  • Natural & artificial fillers in cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Combo surgery (general cosmetic and cosmetic-plastic gynecology perform at the same surgery)
  • Reconstructive pelvic surgery for cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Surgical complications
  • Corrective surgery for surgical complications
  • Natural and artificial fillers complications
  • Medical therapies in cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Laser applications in cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Impact of cosmetic-plastic gynecologic surgery on women’s sexual life
  • Ethics in cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Socio-cultural impact on cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Emotional & social well-being and cosmetic-plastic surgery
  • Case(s) presentations related to cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Surgical complications and their management
  • Establishing a practice of cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Support or opposition by societies, hospitals, doctors, local medical governing bodies
  • Non-deceptive marketing cosmetic-plastic gynecology

Medical-Legal Aspect of Practicing Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology:

  • Medical license investigation
  • Litigation

a) structural abstract with the following subtitles: 

  • Background,
  • Objectives,
  • Material and Methods,
  • Results,
  • Conclusions

b) use “Time New Roman” font 10
c) no more than 250 words

Please submit the abstract at: abstract@worldcongress-cpg.com