Table 1:

Patient demographics and aneurysms

Patient data
    No.58
    Age (mean) (range) (yr)57.17 ± 10.94 (33–78)
    Sex (No.) (%)Female, 40 (69%)
    Endovascular coiling aneurysms (No.)62
Target aneurysm locations (N = 62)
    AComA (No.) (%)10 (16.13)
    Right ICA (No.) (%)12 (19.35)
    Left ICA (No.) (%)8 (12.9)
    Right PcomA (No.) (%)4 (6.45)
    Right MCA (No.) (%)7 (11.29)
    Left MCA (No.) (%)2 (3.22)
    BA (No.) (%)17 (27.42)
    Left VA (No.) (%)1 (1.61)
    Left PCA (No.) (%)1 (1.61)
Endovascular coiling techniques (N = 62)
    Routine coiling (No.) (%)23 (37.1%)
    Balloon-assisted coiling (No.) (%)29 (46.77%)
    Stent-assisted coiling (No.) (%)6 (9.68%)
    Pipeline flow diverter and coiling (No.) (%)3 (4.8%)
    Balloon- and stent-assisted coiling (No.) (%)1 (1.61%)
    No. of coils (median) (range)5 (1–32)
  • Note:—AcomA indicates anterior communicating artery; PcomA, posterior communicating artery; BA, basilar artery.