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Table 1 Summary of patients and aneurysms treated with pipeline

From: Reconsiderations on the use of pipeline embolization device in the treatment of intracerebral aneurysms with special angioarchitecture: fetal PCA, AVM, V-B junction and DAVF

Case no. Gender Age (yrs) Location & characteristics Aneurysm status Aneurysm Size (mm) Adjunctive treatment PED size (mm) FU (days) AN Status mRS
1 F 61 Rt* pcomA+fetal PCA rIAs§, SAH 12 days ago 3.0*4.0 coiling 4.5*20 111 incomplete occlusion 0
2 F 29 cavernous segment of ICA with ipsilateral AVM UIAsII 16.0*18.0 coiling+leave the AVM untreated 3.75*30 201 incomplete occlusion 0
3 M 38 Lt† AN (OphA‡) + AVM rIAs 5.0*6.0 leave the AVM untreated 4.75*18 20 NA 6
4 F 34 V-B + AVM UIAs 8.5*5.0 coiling 4.25*25 94 incomplete occlusion 0
5 F 8 V-B junction UIAs 19.9*15.4 coiling+occlusion of the contralateral VA with balloon 4.25*35 94 incomplete occlusion 0
6 F 61 V-B junction UIAs 20.1*32.1 coiling+occlusion of the contralateral VA with coils 4.25*35 4.25*35 24 NA NA
7 F 56 Rt AN (OphA) + transverse-sigmoid sinus UIAs 2.9*3.9 Treat the DAVF with Chapot’s technique 4.0*16 316 complete occlusion 0
8 M 56 Rt VA+ Lt DAVF+Fenestration of VA UIAs 14.9*6.5 Treat the DAVF with Onyx 4.5*30 318 complete occlusion 0
9 F 43 Lt AN (OphA) + DAVF UIAs, multiple, small 2.5*2.8 (1) 2.5* 3.1(2) Treat the DAVF with Onyx 3.75*20 12 complete occlusion 0
  1. *Rt = for right
  2. † Lt = for left
  3. ‡ OphA = Ophthalmic Artery
  4. § rIAs = ruptured intracerebral aneurysms
  5. II UIAs = unruptured intracerebral aneurysms