Name Topic Institution/Hospital
Dr Vibha Verma Early Recipient Outcomes following Neo-Middle Hepatic Vein Thrombosis in Modified Right Lobe Graft Max CLBS, Saket
Dr Vijhay Ganesun Graft rinse prior to perfusion in living donor liver transplantation: A prospective double-arm comparative sudy Apollo Speciality Hospitals, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu
Dr Prateek Gupta Study of Lactate Trends Post Right Lobe Donor Hepatectomy Rela Hospital, Chennai
Dr Amith Kumar Pakkala Small bowel transplant-Initial experience from India Global Hospital, Mumbai
Dr Kavinandan G Albumin-Bilirubin (ALBI) Score in predicting post-transplant outcomes following Adult Liver Transplantation Rela Hospital, Chennai
Dr Prasanna Gopal Outcomes of Liver donor with prediabetes/diabetes in living donation Global Hospital, Chennai
Dr Shafin Shaf An Evaluation of On Table Extubation on Post Operative ICU stay After Living Donor Liver Transplantation (LDLT) Max CLBS, Saket
Dr. Phani Nekarakanti Comparison of open donor hepatectomy with minimally invasive small midline graft extraction technique for right lobe grafts Max CLBS, Saket
Dr. Kathiresan V. Living donor liver transplantation for paediatric wilson’s disease: does an acute presentation impact post-transplant outcomes? Global Hospital, Chennai
Dr. Vipul Gautam ABO incompatible living donor liver transplantation in children: Largest single centre experience from India Max CLBS, Saket
Dr. Amr El Fouly Outcomes of Living Donor Liver Transplantation for Hepatocellular Carcinoma Associated with Benign versus Malignant Portal Vein Thrombosis Helwan University, Egypt
Dr. Dimitri Raptis Analysis of Open, Laparoscopic, and Robotic Living Donor Liver Transplant Outcomes: A Single Center Prospective Registry Study of 1607 Cases Organ Transplant Center of Excellence, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Ashwin Rammohan International Multicenter Study of Outcomes of Ultra-Low GRWR Grafts For Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation Rela Hospital, Chennai
Dr. Shinya Okumara SFSS Grade C: Real-World Data from ildlt Group Vanguard Multi-Center Study Kyoto University , Japan
Dr. Gayatri Balakrishnan Safe ABOi Living donor liver transplantation after desensitisation using ultra-low dose Rituximab and Plasmapheresis Global Hospital, Chennai
Dr. Sathish Kumar Krishnan Do male donors suffer from an greater inflammatory state, slower recovery and increased morbidity following right lobe living donor hepatectomy? – a propensity score matched analysis Global Hospital, Chennai
Dr. Yoshihiro Hirata The current status of abo blood type incompatible liver transplantation in japan: 11- year surveillance and additional research of hepatocellular carcinoma and acute liver failure Juntendo Hospital, Japan
Dr. Vinay Kumaran Living donor kidney followed by right lobe living donor liver: a dual center case study Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Dr Manoj Kumar YL To compare the outcome of temporary portocaval shunt during recipient hepatectomy vs No shunt in adult elective live donor liver transplantation: A prospective Randomised controlled study Institute of liver and biliary sciences, New Delhi
Dr. Saravanan M Renal resistive index (rri) – a bedside tool to predict acute kidney injury (aki) after living donor liver transplantation (ldlt): a prospective observational study Institute of liver and biliary sciences, New Delhi
Dr. Bolat Baimakhanov Experience of liver transplantation in national scientific center for surgery named after a.n. syzganov A.n. syzganov national research center of surgery, Kazakhstan
Dr Swapnil Dhampalwar Metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease: where does non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in liver transplant recipients fit in this new definition? Medanta - the medicity, Gurgaon
Dr S.V. Abhinaya “Comparison of the effect of isoflurane and propofol on liver regeneration after donor hepatectomy-a randomised controlled trial” Institute of liver and biliary sciences, New Delhi
Dr. Kamal Yadav Does the total robotic approach compromise recipient outcomes with liver grafts with complex anatomy or extremes of weight compared to open right donor hepatectomy? Medanta - The Medicity, Gurgaon


Dr. Seung Duk Lee Robotic donor right hepatectomy with anatomic variation VCU (USA)
Dr. Hyun Hwa Choi Successful laparoscopic living donor right hepatectomy in a case with challenging portal vein variation SNUH (South Korea)
Dr. Arif Ali Khan Difficult porta dissection in laparoscopic donor hepatectomy Venkateshwar Hospital, Delhi
Dr. Vishal Kumar Chorasiya Vascular stapler malfunction during laparoscopic donor hepatectomy Venkateshwar Hospital, Delhi
Dr. Pranav Wadhokar Robotic donor hepatectomy - managing variant anatomy and intra-operative complications Amrita hospital, Kochi
Dr. Fysal Kollanta Valappil Negotiating the learning curve for harmonic splitting in total robotic donor hepatectomy using 3d ct reconstruction Medanta - the medicity, Gurgaon
Dr. Amith Kumar Pakkala Robotic left lateral donor hepatectomy Global hospital, Mumbai

Abstract Submission Deadline

31 Aug (Thu), 2023

Abstract Acceptance Notice

On or before 8th October, 2023

Registration Deadline for Presenter

15 Oct (Tue), 2023


**Note: Pre Registration is mandatory for all the presenters on or before 15th October 2023. Else Abstract will not be considered for presentation.

Topics Allowed:

  • Living Donor Liver Transplantation
  • Pediatric Transplantation
  • Minimally Invasive Donor Hepatectomy
  • Acute Liver Failure
  • Acute Chronic Liver Failure
  • ABO Incompatible Liver transplantation
  • LDLT for Malignancies
  • Interventional Radiology in Liver Transplant
  • Techniques for Expanding Living Liver Donor Pool
  • Anesthesia/Critical care in LDLT
  • Advances in Hepatology


Submission Guidelines

General Information

  • All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee and will be considered under any one of these categories:
  • Oral Presentation
  • Poster presentation
  • Video presentation

Note: - The presenting author must register for the congress as a delegate at the time of acceptance of the abstract. The registration fee is not waived.

  • If you are not signed up for iLDLT 2023, you need to sign up first to submit your abstract (Free registration for Abstract Submission, Go to the Registration Page).

  • The submitting author (Corresponding author) may be the same as Presenting author. However, in case they are different persons, the same has to be clearly mentioned.
  • The number of co-authors is limited to 8.
  • The corresponding author takes the primary responsibility for communicating the abstract. Therefore, be sure to fill out the accurate information. The presenting author can be designated as the corresponding author.


Online Abstract Submission Process

  • Step 1  Sign up and Log in

    Sign up and log in on this website. If you are already signed up on this website, you can use the account for your abstract submission.

  • Step 2  Submission and Confirmation

    After entering all required abstract contents, a confirmation mail will be sent to the presenting author and corresponding author via email.

  • Step 3  Review & Modification

    Resubmit your modified Abstract after sign-up. Please note, the newly uploaded abstract file will replace the previous one. 

  • Step 4  Acceptance Notice

    An acceptance notice will be sent to the presenting author on or before 8th October, 2023


Technical Instructions and Format

Abstract Details

  • Length: 250 words maximum. Abstracts of more than 250 words will not be accepted or truncated.
  • Only up to one table, figure, or image is allowed.
  • Language: English only
  • The text cannot exceed 250 words and must be double-spaced with "Times New Roman" font with a font size of 12.
  • Structure of Abstract: The abstract must be concise and divided into the following sub-headings: Introduction, Method, Result, Conclusion.
  • A submission confirmation letter will be automatically sent to the submitter and the presenting author by e-mail once the abstract has been submitted.
  • You can review and resubmit your abstract until July 31 (Mon), 2023 on the iLDLT 2023 conference website.
  • The acceptance notice will be sent to both the presenting author and the corresponding author on or before Aug 31, 2023, via email.
  • Upon acceptance of the abstract, presenting authors are expected to register and present their abstracts.
  • Abstracts selected for Oral Presentations will be allowed 15 mins for oral presentation (10 mins for talk + 5 mins for discussion/questions).
  • Abstracts selected for Poster presentation need to send their posters in electronic format (as E-poster) to ildlt2023@gmail.com.
  • All accepted abstracts will be published as Abstract Book iLDLT 2023.


E-Poster Specifications

  • The E-poster will be displayed in standard portrait format.
  • The file format should be high-resolution JPEG (below 2 MB). A single JPEG file should be sent via mail at ildlt2023@gmail.com
  • The e-Poster should be 42 X 60 cm in size.
  • You can use this free online website www.canva.com for creating an E-poster.
  • Animations/sounds/movies will not be supported. Please submit in stable JPEG (no GIFs etc).


Video Abstract Submission

  • The video abstract should be at least 200 words.
  • The abstract should contain a title, the author(s) or surgeon(s) performing the surgery, and the name of the institution and place where the surgery took place.
  • The length of the video should be 10 minutes in length and should be sent via mail at ildlt2023@gmail.com , one can use Google Drive or any other cloud-based drive if the file is more than 20 MB.
  • The time allotted for the video presentation would be 15 mins overall (10 mins video + 5 mins discussion).


Scientific Awards

Best Oral Paper Award

  • All presenting authors of an accepted oral presentation will be eligible for nomination for this award.
  • To compete for this award, applicants must:
      - Be the presenting author of an accepted oral presentation abstract.
      - Complete their registration and be present at the iLDLT 2023 conference.
  • Accepted Oral Papers will be given a travel grant and a complimentary hotel stay. Please note, to avail of this award, the age limit is 42 years.
  • The winner of this award will receive $200
  • The best 3 oral papers will be published on the iLDLT website.

Best Poster Award

  • All poster authors will be eligible for nomination for this award.
  • The winners of this award will receive $150

Best Video Award

  • Presenting authors of all video presentations will be eligible for this award.
  • The winners of this award will receive $150



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