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Figure 1: Anteroposterior (a) and working position (b) control angiography showing a tiny ACoA aneurysm (narrow arrow) in a patient with a normal contralateral A1 indicated by a wide arrow (c). Using the balloon remodeling technique, the aneurysm and ACoA were both embolized with coils (d) and angiography of the contralateral ICA was performed to detect filling of the aneurysm sac during the procedure (e). A neuroform stent was used to prevent coil herniation into the A1-A2 segments of the right ACA (f). Anteroposterior (g) and working position (h) control angiography after the procedure revealed total occlusion of the aneurysm

Figure 1: Anteroposterior (a) and working position (b) control angiography showing a tiny ACoA aneurysm (narrow arrow) in a patient with a normal contralateral A1 indicated by a wide arrow (c). Using the balloon remodeling technique, the aneurysm and ACoA were both embolized with coils (d) and angiography of the contralateral ICA was performed to detect filling of the aneurysm sac during the procedure (e). A neuroform stent was used to prevent coil herniation into the A1-A2 segments of the right ACA (f). Anteroposterior (g) and working position (h) control angiography after the procedure revealed total occlusion of the aneurysm