Summary of anatomic and clinical data

Patient No./Age (y)Aneurysm LocationFisher GradeDome Size Max (mm)Neck Size Max (mm)Dome/Neck RatioAffected VesselPatency after TirofibanAdmission (WFNS)Outcome (MRS)Aspirin Previously (mg)
1/78AcomA3851.6A2 bilateralRecanalized10500
2/49AcomA2632.0AcomARecanalized10500
3/44AcomA2842.0A1, A2 rightRecanalized10500
4/35ACI21161.8Local thrombusDissolved10No
5/40ACI21052.0C1Recanalized20No
6/49Basil3531.7SCARecanalized10No
7/42PCA1531.7P1Recanalized10500
8/56Pericallosal artery362.52.4Local thrombusDissolved30500
9/60PcomA2832.7Local thrombusDissolved32500
10/64AcomA4632.0A2 leftPartly recanalized*54500
11/57AcomA3741.8A1, A2 rightRecanalized25500
12/55PcomA2861.3PcomARecanalized55500
13/58PcomA2531.7Local thrombusDissolved55500
14/63Basil1853.6P1Recanalized*55500
15/47AcomA3632.0Local thrombusDissolved56No
16/50MCA31243.0M2Not recanalized56No
Median 52.93.07.53.52.02.51.0
SD 10.70.73.41.20.61.82.6
Min 35.11.05.02.51.310
Max 77.74.018.06.03.656
  • Note:—AcomA indicates anterior communicating artery; ACI, acute cerebral infarction; Basil, basilar tip; PCA, posterior cerebral artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; mean indicates average number of all of the above; SD indicates standard deviation; PcomA indicates posterior communicating artery; SCA, superior cerebellar artery.

  • * With assistance of mechanical thrombus fragmentation.