Table 1:

Endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms with a branch arising from the sac: clinical and anatomic findings in 9 patients

Patient No./Age (y)/SexClinical PresentationAneurysm Size (mm)Aneurysm LocationTreatmentClinical Outcome (GOS)
1/73/MSAH10AcomAOcclusion of the aneurysm inflow zoneExcellent
2/70/FIncidental9MCABalloon-assisted techniqueExcellent
3/56/FIncidental7MCABalloon-assisted techniqueExcellent
4/48/FIncidental5MCABalloon-assisted techniqueExcellent
5/64/FSAH20ICA bifurcationLeft A1 sacrificeExcellent
6/74/FSAH9PcomABalloon-assisted techniqueDeath < SAH
7/50/FSAH3AchABalloon-assisted techniqueDeath < SAH
8/47/FSAH4AcomABalloon-assisted techniqueExcellent
9/43/MSAH4SCASCA sacrificeExcellent
  • Note:—AcomA indicates anterior communicating artery; PcomA, posterior communicating artery; ICA, internal carotid artery; SCA, superior cerebellar artery; AchA, anterior choroidal artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; A1, first segment of the anterior cerebral artery; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage; GOS, Modified Glasgow Outcome Scale.