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Double Stent Assist Coiling of Ruptured Large Saccular Aneurysm in Proximal Basilar Artery Fenestration.

Research paper by Woong Bae WB Park, Jae Hoon JH Sung, Joon J Huh, Chul Bum CB Cho, Seung Ho SH Yang, Il Sup IS Kim, Jae Taek JT Hong, Sang Won SW Lee

Indexed on: 03 Nov '15Published on: 03 Nov '15Published in: Journal of cerebrovascular and endovascular neurosurgery



Abstract

Basilar artery fenestration is infrequent and even rarer in association with a large aneurysm. With proximity to brain stem and vital perforators, endovascular coiling can be considered first. If the large ruptured aneurysm with a wide neck originated from fenestra of the proximal basilar artery and the fenestration loop has branches of posterior circulation, therapeutic consideration should be thorough and fractionized. We report endovascular therapeutic details for a case of a ruptured large saccular aneurysm in proximal basilar artery fenestration.