Anterior Communicating (ACOM) Artery Aneurysm; Acute Angle Between A1 and A2: Microwire Shaping
A 40-year-old male was shifted from another hospital with a diagnosis of subarachnoid haemorrhage. His clinical condition was good with a Hunt and Hess grade 2. CT scan showed Fisher grade 2 haemorrhage. DSA (Fig. 38.1) revealed a broad-based lobulated ACOM aneurysm. Balloon-assisted coiling was planned.