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Table 1 Baseline patient characteristics before aneurysm clipping (n = 150)

From: Surgical outcomes of patients after treatment of ruptured anterior communicating artery aneurysms: “real-world” evidence from southern Thailand

Variable n (%)
Sex  
 Male 83 (55.3)
 Female 67 (44.7)
Mean age ± SD (years) 51.3 ± 11.5
Age  
  < 60 115 (76.7)
  ≥ 60 35 (23.3)
Underlying disease(s)  
 Hypertension 45 (30.0)
 Dyslipidemia 13 (8.7)
 Diabetes 4 (2.7)
 Coagulopathy 4 (2.7)
Smoking 21 (14.0)
Clinical presentation(s)  
 Headache 107 (71.3)
 Alteration of consciousness 81 (54.0)
 Vomit 60 (40.0)
 Seizure 27 (18.0)
 Hemiparesis 14 (9.3)
Hunt and Hess grade  
 1 8 (5.3)
 2 97 (64.7)
 3 6 (4.0)
 4 26 (17.3)
 5 13 (8.7)
WFNS grade  
 1 89 (59.3)
 2 20 (13.3)
 3 1 (0.7)
 4 24 (16.0)
 5 16 (10.7)
Deterioration before surgery 21 (14.0)
  1. SD, standard deviation; WFNS, World Federation Neurological Society