Unusual thromboembolic complication during an anterior communicating artery aneurysm coiling
Thromboembolism during aneurysm coiling is a known complication with almost all thromboembolic phenomenon occurring ipsilateral to the side of vessel catheterization and sometimes bilaterally. A case is reported in which thromboembolism occurred exclusively on the opposite side of vessel catheterization, the first case to be reported, to our knowledge.
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