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Matthew R. Reynolds, Robert T. Buckley, Santoshi S. Indrakanti, Ali H. Turkmani, Gerald Oh, Emanuela Crobeddu, Kyle M. Fargen, Tarek Y. El Ahmadieh, Andrew M. Naidech, Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, Giuseppe Lanzino, Brian L. Hoh, Bernard R. Bendok and Gregory J. Zipfel

multiple aspects of our study that support our principal conclusion that VIH is safe for SAH patients with small, unruptured, unprotected aneurysms. First, our series is the largest reported to date and includes data from 5 high-volume cerebrovascular neurosurgical referral centers. The addition of our 176 patients to the literature more than doubles the number of previously reported cases ( Table 4 ). Second, our study includes a control group of patients who harbored coexisting unruptured, untreated aneurysms but did not undergo VIH. This is the second study to have