The 54th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Scoliosis Society

Call for Abstracts

Abstract Submission Period

Abstract

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 - Thursday, June 4, 2020

Abstract for Outstanding English Paper Award

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 - Thursday, June 4, 2020

Abstract Submission Guidance

  • Only one chart or graphic of black-and-white can be included in the abstract.
  • Please select a Presentation Style and a Categories (Scientific topic) from each table of presentation style and categories below.
  • The abstract should be constructed with clear paragraphs for objective, methods, results, conclusions.
  • The first author must present his/her presentation.
  • After Submission, you will receive a confirmation email with a registration number from the secretariat office within 7days. If not, please contact the secretariat office.

Number of characters and words

Title
Maximum 20 words
Body
Maximum 250 words

Submitting Abstracts

  • All abstracts are submitted to the secretariat office via e-mail (a-csc@a-csc.org).
  • Please download the abstract form of word file and the authors’ information form of excel file.
  • Registration number for accepted abstracts will be announced on the web page and by email around the beginning of August, 2020.

Presentation Style

01 Oral presentation
02 Poster presentation

Categories (Scientific topic)

01 Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
02 Early onset scoliosis (including congenital, nuromuscular, syndromic)
03 Adult spinal deformity
04 Cervical spine deformity
05 School screening
06 Conservative treatment
07 Basic Research/Biomaterial
08 Diagnosis/Evaluation
09 Others

Notes

I. Regarding presentations about the surgical outcomes of idiopathic scoliosis, please strictly comply with the following requirements.

  1. When describing surgical methods, be sure to clearly state whether osteotomy is included.
  2. Separately discuss a single curve (Lenke 1, 5), a double curve (Lenke 2, 3, 6), and triple curve (Lenke 4).
  3. he end vertebrae of the curve may change before and after surgery. Cobb angles must be measured from the upper end vertebra to the lower end vertebra, regardless of whether they are fused or not. (e.g. Although the preoperative end vertebra was T4, the tilt of T3 became larger after surgery because of correcting the T4 tilt. Then, consider T3 as the upper end vertebra of the curve, regardless of whether T3 is included in the fused vertebrae.)
  4. When examining the correction of the curve in the frontal plane, measure the apical vertebral translation (AVT: the distance between the midpoint of the apical vertebra and the central sacral vertical line) as well as the Cobb angle.

II. Outcomes of orthotic treatment.

  1. Clearly state the inclusion criteria for orthotic devices. The criteria include the age, gender, type of orthotic devices, Risser sign, Cobb angles before and after orthotic treatment, the final Cobb angle, fitting methods, and curve patterns.
  2. When comparing treatment outcomes, you are recommended to use the SRS Standardized Criteria (Richard B.S., Bemstein R.M., D’Amato C.R. et al: Standardization of Criteria for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Brace Studies. -SRS Committee on Bracing and Nonoperative Management- Spine 30: 2068-2075, 2005).

III. For classifying adult scoliosis, use of the SRS - Schwab Adult Spinal Deformity classification (Spine 37: 1077-1082, 2012) is recommended.

Inquiries

Secretariat Office of The 54th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Scoliosis Society
Asociation for Convention Support Center
E-mail: a-csc@a-csc.org

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