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Fig. 4 | Chinese Neurosurgical Journal

Fig. 4

From: Treatment of tiny intracranial aneurysms with guidewire manipulation

Fig. 4

a-f. Case 2: A 51 year-old female patient presented with sudden severe headache and vomiting. CT scan (a) showed diffused subarachnoid haemorrhage. CT angiography (b) and Digital Subtraction Angiography (c) performed 8 and 10 days after the ictus, showed a small aneurysm arising from the proximal portion of a perforating vessel of the rostral basilar artery. Lateral projection of left vertebral artery (d) showed Echelon-10 failed to enter the aneurysm. Immediate DSA (e) showed no persistent filling of the aneurysm. Repeat DSA 36 days later (f) showed no persistent filling of the aneurysm and no parent artery compromise

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