Irritable bowel syndrome
Issues on H. pylori
Peptic ulcer disease
Upper GI tract malignancies:
Esophagus, Stomach, Duodenum
Other issues on Upper GI tract
Inflammatory bowel disease
Small bowel &large bowel endoscopy
LGI- microbiota &nutrition
Viral hepatitis B
Viral hepatitis C and others
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases
Cirrhosis and related complications
Others - Small bowel, Liver, etc
Cholestasis and gallstone
Biliary tract cancer
Endoscopy and imaging
All abstract must be submitted via the KDDW website only.
All abstract must be written in English, including the title, abstract text, names of the authors, affiliations, and table, figure or graph.
It is the submitter (author)'s responsibility to ensure that their text does not contain any typos or grammatical errors.
Up to 15 co-authors including a presenting author will be listed in each abstract.
If the submitter of an abstract is different from the presenting author, the presenting author's information is required.
The abstract title should be written in initial capital/ lower case form, not all capital within 40 words, and brief and reflecting the content of the abstract.
The abstract text should include: Background/Aims, Methods, Results, Conclusion within 300 words.
One table, figure or graph can be included in one abstract and must be cited in the abstract text.
The table, figure or graph should be uploaded on our submission system in JPEG, or PNG file format.
The maximum file size of each graph/ image is 500 KB.
The maximum pixel size of the graph/ image is 600(w) x 800(h) pixels.
No more than five keywords are allowed for each abstract.
A confirmation of the receipt of abstract will be automatically sent to the submitter, presenting author and corresponding author by e-mail upon completion of on-line submission. The contact details you provide must coincide with those of the presenting author and corresponding author, otherwise the presenter will not receive important information about the allocated session(s).
Upon acceptance of your abstract, the presenting author is expected to register to present the abstract during KDDW 2020.
Please note that the abstract will be presented only if the presenting author is registered with full payment by November 11 (Wed), 2020.
If the presenting author is not registered with full payment, the abstract will be automatically withdrawn from the final program.
Abstracts should be presented in English or Korean according to the session allocated. Session details will be informed later with the acceptance notice of your submitted abstract.
If your abstract is submitted and accepted to KDDW 2020, your abstract will be published in the supplement of Gut and Liver.
If you would like to withdraw your abstract, please notify the secretariat office by email at email@example.com as soon as possible.