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Table 1 Reports of PRES with aSAH-associated vasospasm

From: Protective effect of unilateral vasospasm in the setting of HHH-associated posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome: case report, review of the literature, and treatment considerations

Author Age, gender Aneurysm location Vasospasm location Edema distribution Treatment Vasospasm treatment Baseline BP (MAP) Target BP (mmHg) PRES (days after SAH) PRES (days after HT) Hx of HTN mRS Symptoms during PRES/CVS
Amin 1999 [10] 52, F L MCA Not described. Bilateral occipital Clipping Hyperdynamic Dobutamine 150/70 (97) SBP 200 13 7 N 1 Lethargy
66, M X   Bilateral occipital   Hyperdynamic Dobutamine NA SBP 200 12 10 Y 6 Lethargy aphasia Seizure R hemiparesis
Sanelli 2005 [11] 49, F AComm Bilateral ACA Bilateral occipital R occipital ICH Clipping HHH NA SBP 140–200 17 13 NA 1 Lethargy
Wartenberg 2006 [12] 73, F L ICA L ACA and MCA Bilateral occipital parietal Clipping HHH 145–175 SBP 140–200 10 7 Y 4 Coma with decorticate posturing
Jang 2010 [13] 65, F PComm Not described. Bilateral temporal occipital Coiling HHH 130/80 (97) SBP 165 7 1 N 1 Confusion, headache, and vision loss
Giraldo 2011 [14] 62, F AComm Circle of Willis and Bilateral ACA Bilateral parietal occipital Coiling Hypertension 138/70 (93) MAP 115 12 6 N 1 Confusion, headache, retro-orbital pain
70, F AComm NA Bilateral temporal occipital Coiling Hypertension Hypervolemia 149/58 (88) MAP 120 12 11 Y 1 Lethargy seizure
62, M AComm NA Bilateral temporal occipital cerebellar Clipping Hypertension Hypervolemia SBP 200 SBP 180 14 13 Y 4 Lethargy
Dhar 2011 [8] 47, F R PComm R MCA, bilateral ACA L posterior temporal parietal Clipping Hypertension MAP 65–75 MAP 120 13 7 N 1 Lethargy, confusion, L facial droop, aphasia, and HP
Voetsch 2011 [2] 35, F R MCA R MCA Bilateral PCA L MCA Clipping Hypertension   MAP 110 7 4 NA 3 Headadche, seizure, and declined arousal
Awori 2016 [9] 63, M AComm Basilar, MCA, PCA, ACA Bilateral temporal occipital Clipping Hypertension 140/109 MAP 110      Mental status change, seizure
Current Study 33, F R PComm R ACA and MCA L parietal occipital Clipping HHH   SBP 180–200   10   0 Wernicke’s aphasia, seizure
Total 10, F; 3, M Avg age 57          Avg: 8 days   Avg mRS: 2.2  
  1. MAP mean arterial pressure; Hx OF HTN history of hypertension (Y= Yes, N = No, NA = Not reported); mRS modified rankin score