Table 3

Clinical result, complications

Periprocedural complications (<1st week)Delayed complications (>1st week)
PatientAsymptomaticSymptomaticAsymptomaticSymptomatic
1NoneNoneNoneNone
2NoneNoneNoneNone
3NoneNoneNoneNone
4NoneNoneAsymptomatic perforator stroke on control MRI after 9 monthsNone
5NoneNoneNoneNone
6NoneNoneNoneNone
7NoneNoneAsymptomatic perforator stroke on control MRI after 4 monthsNone
8NoneNoneAsymptomatic perforator stroke on control MRI after 4 monthsNew perforator stroke on MRI, responsible for TIA with 20 min of hemihypesthesia after 6 months
9NoneNoneResiduals of a minimal sulcal hemorrhage (unknown origin)None
10NoneNoneNonePerforator stroke with hemihypesthesia 17 days after treatment; completely reversible after 24 h
11NoneNoneNoneNone
12NoneNoneNoneNone
13NoneSymptomatic stroke of the A. recurrens Heubner 3 days after treatment, right facial paresis, completely reversible after 24 hNoneNone
14Asymptomatic sulcal SAH in the course of FD placement due to wire tip perforationNoneNoneNone
15NoneNoneAsymptomatic stroke of the A. recurrens Heubner on control MRI after 4 monthsNone
16NoneNoneNoneNone
17NoneNoneAsymptomatic perforator stroke on control MRI after 4 monthsNone
  • FD, flow diverter; SAH, subarachnoid hemorrhage; TIA, transient ischemic attack.