Table 1

Patient demographics and aneurysm characteristics

PatientLocationType of lesionSize (longest diameter)Devices usedAssociated coilingPerioperative complicationsClinical status at discharge (mRS)
1ICA—ophthalmic segmentSaccular aneurysms7 mm/3 mm1NoNo0
2ICA—ophthalmic segmentSaccular aneurysm7 mm1NoNo0
3ICA intracranial portionSaccular aneurysm (recanalization after coiling in 2007)7 mm1NoNo0
4ICA—ophthalmic segmentSegmental defect15 mm1NoNo0
5ICA paraclinoid and cavernous segmentsSegmental defect (multiple aneurysms)7 mm/5 mm2 telescopingNoTransitory sensitive symptoms0
6ICA ophthalmic segmentSaccular aneurysm9 mm2 (double layer)NoNo0
7ICA ophthalmic segmentSaccular aneurysm7 mm1YesTransitory visual symptoms0
8ICA cavernous segmentPartially thrombosed saccular aneurysm14 mm1NoNo0
9ICA cavernous segmentSaccular aneurysm16 mm1NoNo0
10ICA intracranial portionSaccular aneurysm8 mm1YesNo0
  • ICA, internal carotid artery; mRS, modifed Rankin scale.