Table 1

Baseline patient and aneurysm characteristics

CharacteristicFrequency (n=41)
Age (years)56.7 (37–83)
Sex
 Female22 (53.6%)
 Male19 (46.4%)
Mean admission GCS13.7 (7–15)
Ruptured aneurysms23 (56.1%)
 Mean admission Fisher scale2.2 (range I–IV)
 Mean admission H&H grade1.5 (1–5)
Aneurysm location
Anterior circulation39 (95.1%)
 ICA4 (9.75%)
 Ophthalmic segment1 (2.4%)
 Terminus3 (7.3%)
 PComA/ICA bifurcation9 (21.9%)
 AComA11 (26.8%)
 MCA15 (36.6%)
Posterior circulation2 (4.9%)
 Basilar artery2 (4.9%)
Aneurysm morphology
 Saccular41 (100%)
Aneurysm size (mm)8.3 (2.76–21)
 Small (<10 mm)27 (65.9%)
 Large (≥10 and <20 mm)12 (29.3%)
 Giant (≥20 mm)2 (4.9%)
Diameter (mm)8.3 (2.76–21)
Neck width (mm)5.2 (3.6–8.1)
  • Data are n (%) or mean (range).

  • AcomA, anterior communicating artery; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; H&H, Hunt and Hess; ICA, internal carotid artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; PComA, posterior communicating artery.