Angiographic and clinical results of anterior communicating artery aneurysm endovascular treatment.
Conclusions: Endovascular embolization of ACoA aneurysms is an effective and safe treatment method. The most powerful factor influencing the incidence of complications is packing density. Superior orientation of the dome, initial incomplete embolization and poor outcome in mRS scale are factors predisposing to ACoA aneurysm recurrence. PMID: 31534577 [PubMed]
ConclusionEVT of the true PcomA aneurysm is a safe and feasible procedure but may be associated with recurrence in midterm follow-up, requiring close surveillance and potential retreatment.
Conclusions: Endovascular embolization is a safe and effective method to localize bleeding arteries and achieve complete hemostasis in patients with SAP-related arterial bleeding. PMID: 31534570 [PubMed]
ConclusionCangrelor is a new antiplatelet therapy with a P2Y12 inhibiting effect, with a rapid onset and offset of action, owing to its short half-life. This cases series presents a pilot experience with promising results in terms of antiplatelet management for challenging intracranial aneurysms treated by stent assist ed coiling or flow-diverter stents.
ConclusionWe report the use of endonasal endoscopic transclival clipping for giant VA aneurysm. This endonasal endoscopic treatment may be an optional alternative in only limited cases depending upon the anatomical location of the lesion because of limitations of vascular control and the inability to visualize the field in the presence of major bleeding. For treatment of progressive giant VA aneurysm, it is very important to avoid optimistic strategy for giant VA aneurysm initially.
CONCLUSION: We believe that endovascular therapy is an effective modality for the management of renal bleeding which, in many cases, enables a large part of the renal tissue to be preserved. PMID: 30808522 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Rationale: Coils migration following endovascular treatment of arterial bleeding is rare. There was no clear route to deal with this complication. Patient concerns: A 55-year-old woman underwent choledochal cyst excision with hepaticojejunostomy. At the 18th day after operation, intra-abdominal hemorrhage occurred. Angiography showed active bleeding of 1 branch of the right hepatic artery and the gastroduodenal artery. That was treated by micro-coils embolization. 122 days after embolization, the patient was readmitted for chills, fever with temperature of 40°C, and jaundice. Diagnosis: Obstructive cholangitis....
We present a case of pseudoaneurysm of the right inferior gluteal artery after a bicycle fall, presenting with a large hematoma in the gluteal region, observed during clinical examination, and significantly reduced hemoglobin. CT angiography revealed a large hematoma, with contrast extravasation and pseudoaneurysm formation. Angiography revealed that the origin of the lesion was in the right inferior gluteal artery. This artery was embolized with coils. After the procedure, the patient was referred to an intensive care unit, from where he was later transferred to a different hospital, with bleeding controlled. Endovascular...
We present our experience with late coil extrusion in a patient who was previously treated with flow diverter stent and coiling for iatrogenic ICA pseudoaneurysm. PMID: 30296867 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
This report describes a case of bleeding pulmonary arterial pseudoaneurysm in a young, drug-addicted woman with tricuspid annuloplasty after infective endocarditis that was promptly identified by computed tomography pulmonary angiography and successfully treated using coil embolization. Perfusion scintigraphy at 30 days confirmed the safety of endovascular treatment.
ConclusionGWM is a simple and effective method for verifying bleeding points in ruptured arteries and preventing erroneous occlusion by embolization.