Table 2:

Breakdown of aneurysm occlusion rate and complication incidence according to the size of the aneurysm fundus

Fundus Diameter
1–3 mm (n = 59)4–6 mm (n = 42)7–9 mm (n = 15)>10 mm (n = 14)
Early follow-up55/59 (93%)42/42 (100%)15/15 (100%)12/14 (85.7%)
    Complete occlusion31 (56.4%)28 (66.7%)9 (60%)4 (33.3%)
    Neck remnant13 (23.6%)4 (9.5%)2 (13%)7 (58.3%)
    Sac remnant7 (12.7%)5 (11.9%)3 (20%)1 (8.3%)
    Unchanged4 (7.3%)4 (9.5%)1 (6.7%)0
Midterm follow-up46/59 (78%)34/42 (81%)11/15 (73.3%)8/14 (57.1%)
    Complete occlusion37 (80.4%)26 (76.5%)9 (81.8%)4 (50%)
    Neck remnant3 (6.5)5 (14.7%)2 (18.2%)3 (37.5%)
    Sac remnant4 (8.7%)2 (5.9%)01 (12.5%)
    Unchanged2 (4.3%)1 (2.9%)00
Complications1 Pontine ischemia1 Pontine ischemia1 TIA1 Death
1 CN VI palsy1 TIA1 Asymptomatic thrombosis1 Pulmonary artery occlusion
1 Asymptomatic thrombosis
  • Note:—CN indicates cranial nerve.