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Figure 1: Geometrical changes of the anterior communicating artery (ACoA) aneurysms at several time points during follow-up. Two of aneurysms (patients #1 and #2) grew gradually during the second and third follow-up (a and b). The other three aneurysms (patients #3, #4 and #5) maintained a stable morphology during the whole period of follow-up (c,d and e)

Figure 1: Geometrical changes of the anterior communicating artery (ACoA) aneurysms at several time points during follow-up. Two of aneurysms (patients #1 and #2) grew gradually during the second and third follow-up (a and b). The other three aneurysms (patients #3, #4 and #5) maintained a stable morphology during the whole period of follow-up (c,d and e)