Table 1

Patient demographics, aneurysm characteristics, and FRED device utilized to treat the aneurysm(s) in question

Case NoAge (years)SexPresentationAneurysm(s) locationAneurysm size (mm)Previous treatmentFRED size
144FIncidental, previous SAHRight Pcom3×3.5Coiled with recurrence3.5×22
243FSAH 3 months prior, multiple aneurysmsLeft ophthalmic5×7None4.5×20
372FIncidental, syncopeRight paraophthalmic3×4.5None3.5×16
453FHeadacheRight SHA2×2None4×18
571FIncidental, traumatic SAHLeft paraophthalmic3.7×4None4.5×20
650FIncidental, headacheLeft cavernous ICA3.7×3.7None4×18
782FSAH 3 weeks priorRight Pcom2×2.5Coiled w/small residual neck4×20
866FSAH 3 weeks prior, multiple aneurysmsRight paraophthalmic, right SHA3×4none3.5×30
946MSAH 1 year priorRight Pcom3×2Coiled with recanalized neck4.5×20
1056FSAH 1 month priorRight paraophthalmic10×9Coiled with neck remnant4×30
1149MBrainstem hemorrhage 1 year priorFusiform aneurysm of vertebrobasilar system29 (length of vessel affected)Failed stenting for flow diversion from right vertebral into basilar artery5×25
1258MIncidental, previous SAHRight Pcom4×5None4×20
1351FIncidental, headacheRight Pcom4×3Coiled with recanalized neck3.5×20
  • FRED, flow redirection endoluminal device; ICA, internal carotid artery; Pcom, posterior communicating artery; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage; SHA, superior hypophyseal artery.