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M1 segment thrombosed aneurysm - clipping or coiling? Role of vessel wall imaging

Author: DHOLAKIA Binita

Step into the case of a 44-year-old female who presented with HH grade 2, diagnosed to have SAH Fischer grade 3 with hyperdense MCA sign on plain CT head. Intraoperatively, the aneurysm was discovered to be thrombosed, originating from the lateral wall of the M1 segment. Microsurgical clipping was infeasible due to vessel wall inflammation, leading to the procedure's abandonment. The patient subsequently underwent stent-assisted coiling. Watch the treatment now!

Wednesday 25 October 2023
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