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Rapidly growing PCOM-Aneurysm treated with the Contour Neurovascular System™

Author: KILLER-OBERPFALZER Monika

Find out how Prof. Monika Killer-Oberpfalzer (University Hospital Salzburg, Paracelsus Medical University, Austria) treated a 51 year-old female patient suffering from an aneurysm  of the PCOM section of the right ICA.

Monday 15 March 2021
  • Case

    CASE PRESENTATION

    • 51-year-old female experienced Cephalea and right III nerve palsy, admitted to our hospital in the course of development of ophthalmoplegia of the right eye
    • Incidental finding: Aneurysm  of the PCOM section of the right ICA with a size of 5 mm - confirmed by diagnostic angiography
    • 5 days later, at the time of the scheduled therapy, the aneurysm was clearly progressing in size, with a small daughter aneurysm (including daughter aneurysm the max length had grown to 8mm)
    • Clinically with persistent double vision with internal and external oculomotor paresis of the right eye, despite treatment with cortisone

     

    Angiography

     

     

    CONTOUR EMBOLIZATION

    • Chaperon 6F
    • Headway 27 Micro-catheter
    • Asahi 0.014 Micro-wire
    • Contour System 7 mm

     

    Embolization

     

    RESULT

    • clinical improvement during 2 weeks post embolization
    • Complete aneurysm occlusion at 6 month follow up and remaining stable at 1 year

     

    Result
    Result

     

     

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