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Yuto Shingai, Hiroyuki Sakata, Toshiki Endo, Shinsuke Suzuki, Masayuki Ezura, and Teiji Tominaga

performed, followed by decompression surgery and endovascular surgery. TABLE 1. Cases of BHS due to an embolic mechanism Author, Year Age (yrs)/Sex Location VA Dominance Emboli Source Underlying Pathology Recurrent Stroke Treatment Lu DC et al., 2009 5 12/M Occipital–C1 Dominant Dissection Bone spur + Decompression Greiner HM et al., 2010 6 15/M C1 Dominant Dissection Congenital bony anomaly + Decompression Anene-Maidoh TI et al., 2013 7 16/M C1 Dominant Dissection Congenital bony anomaly + Decompression Safain MG et al., 2014 8 73/M C1–C2 Nondominant N/A Congenital bony

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Tamer Hassan, Eugene V. Timofeev, Tsutomu Saito, Hiroaki Shimizu, Masayuki Ezura, Yasushi Matsumoto, Kazuyoshi Takayama, Teiji Tominaga, and Akira Takahashi

shear stress and leave it relatively protected. The CFDA data obtained in our study support the aforementioned authors' strategy in wide-necked complex aneurysms. Endovascular Surgery The long-term anatomical outcome after the placement of Guglielmi detachable coils is still unclear. Guglielmi detachable coil—embolized aneurysms may have a residual neck, 33 especially wide-necked 16, 72, 73 or large lesions. Narrow-necked (low-flow) aneurysms have been found to be associated with a very low rate of recanalization after Guglielmi detachable coil embolization