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Endovascular treatment for intracranial aneurysms has been widely spread across the world. Devices and techniques have also accompanied this evolution, with the introduction of the intrasaccular flow disruptor (WEB) some years ago. The WEB has also been redesigned, with changes in the meshwire configuration and downsized pusher diameter, allowing better and softer navigability, promoting excellent long-term results and low morbi-mortality rates.
It has been showing to be a great option for distal, small or complex wide neck lesions, reducing other required assisting techniques (balloon or stent), as well as decreasing procedure time and related complications.