ruptured_intracranial_aneurysm_outcome_of_microvascular_clipping_compared_to_endovascular_coiling

see also Ruptured anterior communicating artery aneurysm outcome of microvascular clipping compared to endovascular coiling

Clipping is associated with a higher rate of occlusion of the aneurysm and lower rates of residual and recurrent aneurysms, whereas coiling is associated with lower morbidity and mortality and a better postoperative course. The risks and benefits of each of these procedures must be thoroughly examined in each case 1)


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Belavadi R, Gudigopuram SVR, Raguthu CC, Gajjela H, Kela I, Kakarala CL, Hassan M, Sange I. Surgical Clipping Versus Endovascular Coiling in the Management of Intracranial Aneurysms. Cureus. 2021 Dec 17;13(12):e20478. doi: 10.7759/cureus.20478. PMID: 35047297; PMCID: PMC8760002.
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