Demography and outcomes of 9 patients with ICA aneurysms after stent management of coil herniation to the parent artery

Case No.Sex/Age (years)Clinical ManifestationAneurysm Location (ICA)Aneurysm Size (mm)Aneurysm Neck (mm)Cause of Coil HerniationStentComplicationFollow-Up (months)
1M/48SAHPcomA7 × 54Coil instabilityBMSNil32
2F/52SAHParaophthalmic5 × 43Coil instabilitySESNil23
3F/62SAHParaophthalmic6 × 63Coil instabilitySESNil19
4F/46SAHPcomA7 × 64Coil instabilitySESNil20
5F/63Ptosis, DCCF after embolizationCavernous10 × 106Excessive embolizationBMSTIA35
6M/45SAHPcomA6 × 33Coil pushSESTIA12
7F/68SAHPcomA4.5 × 43.5Microcatheter-relatedBMSNil25
8M/40HeadachePcomA6 × 33Coil instabilitySESNil10
9M/32AsymptomaticParaophthalmic5 × 42.5Coil instabilitySESNil8
  • Note:—SAH indicates subarachnoid hemorrhage; PcomA, posterior communicating aneurysm; BMS, balloon-mounted stent; SES, self-expandable stent; TIA, transient ischemic attack; DCCF, direct carotid cavernous fistula.