Table 1

Demographics and treatment variables

Case NoAge (years)NIHSSBaseline occlusionTreatmentResidual occlusionTreatmentOverall reperfusionBaby Trevo reperfusion
16412MCA M1Trevo 4×20MCA M3 (sup div)Baby TrevoTICI 2bTICI 2a/AOL3
23918MCA M1Trevo 4×20MCA M3 (sup div)*Baby TrevoTICI 2bTICI 2b/AOL3
31715MCA M3 (sup div)†Baby Trevo (larger M3)MCA M3 (smaller M3)IA tPATICI 2bTICI 2b/AOL3
45725ICA terminusSolitaire 6×30MCA M3 (sup and inf div)Baby TrevoTICI 2bTICI 2b/AOL3‡
52626BA proximalTrevo 4×20PCA P33 Max/Baby TrevoTICI 2bTICI 2b/AOL3
67014BA proximalTrevo 4×20PCA P2–3Baby TrevoTICI 2bTICI 2a/AOL3
77621ACA A4Baby Trevo (ACA)TICI 3TICI 3/AOL3
MCA M1Solitaire (MCA)MCA M3 (inf div)3 Max
86325ACA A3Baby Trevo (ACA)ACA CallosomarginalIA tPA/Baby TrevoTICI 2bTICI 3/AOL3
MCA M3s§
  • *Inferior division completely infarcted at baseline (not approached).

  • †Two M3 occlusions.

  • ‡TICI 2b/AOL 3 in both divisions.

  • §ICA terminus per CT angiogram. Upon angiography, ACA occlusion and multiple MCA M3 occlusions (MCA not approached owing to established infarct).

  • ACA, anterior cerebral artery; AOL, arterial occlusive lesion; BA, basilar artery; div, division; middle cerebral artery; IA tPA, intra-arterial tissue plasminogen activator (alteplase); ICA, internal carotid artery; inf, inferior; MCA, middle cerebral artery; NIHSS, National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale; PCA, posterior cerebral artery; sup, superior; TICI, Thrombolysis In Cerebral Infarction.