TableĀ 1

Intracranial aneurysms treated by the pCONus device: clinical and anatomical findings in 18 patients

Patient NoClinical presentation/mRS at admissionAneurysm size/neck (mm)Aneurysm locationComplicationClinical outcome (mRS)Aneurysm occlusion
1Recanalization/022/10MCA0Incomplete
2Incidental/010/7.5AcomA0Complete
3Incidental/08/6AcomACortical hypoperfusion3Complete
4Regrowth/06.5/4.5MCA0Incomplete
5Incidental/07/5.5AcomA0Complete
6Incidental/020/10MCAThromboembolism1Incomplete
Incidental/15.5/6AcomA1Complete
7Incidental/010/7AcomA0Complete
8Incidental/024/8Basilar tip0Incomplete
9Incidental/06.5/5AcomA0Complete
10Incidental/010/6.5MCA0Complete
11Incidental/06/4.5MCA0Neck remnant
12Incidental/09/9Basilar tip0Complete
13Recanalization/09/5ICA bifurcation0Complete
14Recanalization/013/6.5Basilar tip0Neck remnant
16Recanalization/225/8.5AcomA2Complete
17Incidental/08/6MCA0Complete
18Incidental/07/5.5MCA0Complete
  • AcomA, anterior communicating artery; ICA, internal carotid artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; mRS, modified Rankin Scale.