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Figure 1: (a) CT scan of the head showing diffuse thick SAH in the basilar cisterns eccentric to the right. (b) Cerebral angiogram demonstrating a 3 × 1.2 mm right P2/P3 junction aneurysm with the aneurysm no longer visible on cerebral angiogram as the micro-catheter was advance into the parent vessel due to intraoperative vasospasm (c). The aneurysm was again demonstrated on cerebral angiogram done on the following day (d)

Figure 1: (a) CT scan of the head showing diffuse thick SAH in the basilar cisterns eccentric to the right. (b) Cerebral angiogram demonstrating a 3 × 1.2 mm right P2/P3 junction aneurysm with the aneurysm no longer visible on cerebral angiogram as the micro-catheter was advance into the parent vessel due to intraoperative vasospasm (c). The aneurysm was again demonstrated on cerebral angiogram done on the following day (d)