Table 1

Summary of nine initially treated aneurysms, with location, size, number of coils used, procedure time, and angiographic outcome

AneurysmAneurysm locationAneurysm size (mm) Coils implantedProcedure time (min)Post-outcome
(% occlusion)
Adverse/unanticipated events1 month follow-up (% occlusion)
1Basilar12.1×7.24×5.478 Framer
6 Framer
5 Filler
5 Filler 4 mm×10 cm MicroPlex
4895None95
2MCA8.65×57 Framer
5 Filler
5 Filler
8<50None95
3Carotid Terminus5.2×4.96 Framer9<50None98
4MCA66 Framer11<50NoneN/A
5Pericallosal (ruptured 1 year prior)11×4.55 Filler
5 Framer
6<50NoneN/A
6MCA7.5×5.66 Framer
Enterprise
Stent
5<50Clot seen on coil, slight coil protrusionN/A
7PCOM5.95×4.916 Framer7<50NoneN/A
8Ophthalmic17×17 with 9.5 neck9 Framer
9 Framer
9 Framer
9 Framer
8 Framer
8 Filler
8 Framer
21<60NoneNone
9ACOM (ruptured 1 month prior)8.66×14 with 5.5 neck8 Framer
7 Framer
5 Filler
6 Filler
5 Filler
33<50NoneNone
  • Procedure time was defined as placement of first coil introduced into the microcatheter to last coil detached.

  • ACOM, anterior communicating artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; PCOM, posterior communicating artery.