Table 1

Demographics, clinical characteristics and outcome

No of patients70 (ruptured 10, fusiform 5)
No of Neuroform stents72
Mean age (years) (mean±SD)50±14
Sex (female) (n (%))57/70 (81)
White (n (%))57/70 (81)
African American (n (%))11 (16)
History of hypertension (n (%))34 (49)
History of coronary artery disease (n (%))6 (9)
History of diabetes (n (%))7 (10)
History of hyperlipidaemia (n (%))17 (24)
Prior history of stroke (n (%))11 (16)
Active smoker (n (%))23 (33)
Diameter of the aneurysm (mm) (mean±SD) (range)10.28±5.9 (5–30)
Location of aneurysms
 ICA31 (ICA bifurcation five cases, cavernous carotid six cases, ophthalmic carotid 15 cases and supraclinoid carotid five cases)
 MCA7 (MCA—bifurcation 6 and MCA–M1 in 1)
 PComA16
 Vertebrobasilar artery junction3
 Basilar artery (basilar bifurcation 11 cases, basilar trunk 2)13
Outcome
 GOS 1 or NIHSS 0 (n (%))66/70 (94)
 GOS 2 or NIHSS 2 (n (%))1
 GOS 3 or NIHSS 4–6 (n (%))3 (4)
  • GOS, Glasgow Outcome Scale; ICA, internal carotid artery; MCA, middle cerebral artery; NIHSS, National Institute of Health Stroke; PComA, posterior communicating artery.