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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society > Volume 48(6); 2010 > Article
Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 2010;48(6): 485-489.
doi: https://doi.org/10.3340/jkns.2010.48.6.485
In-Stent Stenosis of Stent Assisted Endovascular Treatment on Intracranial Complex Aneurysms.
Kyeong Wook Yoon, Young Joon Kim
Department of Neurosurgery, Dankook University College of Medicine, Cheonan, Korea. kimyj@dku.edu
ABSTRACT
OBJECTIVE:
To introduce the frequency and segment analysis of in-stent stenosis for intracranial stent assisted endovascular treatment on complex aneurysms.
METHODS:
A retrospective study was performed in 158 patients who had intracranial complex aneurysms and were treated by endovascular stent application with or without coil embolization. Of these, 102 patients were evaluated with catheter based angiography after 6, 12, and 18 months. Aneurysm location, using stent, time to stenosis, stenosis rate and narrowing segment were analyzed.
RESULTS:
Among follow-up cerebral angiography done in 102 patients, 8 patients (7.8%) were shown an in-stent stenosis. Two patients have unruptured aneurysm and six patients have ruptured one. Number of Neuroform stents were 7 cases (7.5%) and Enterprise stent in 1 case (11.1%). Six patients demonstrated in-stent stenosis at 6 months after stent application and remaining two patients were shown at 12 months, 18 months, respectively.
CONCLUSION:
In-stent stenosis can be confronted after intracranial stent deployment. In our study, no patient showed symptomatic stenosis and there were no patients who required to further treatment except continuing antiplatets medication. In-stent stenosis has been known to be very few when they are placed into the non-pathologic parent artery during the complex aneurysm treatment, but the authors found that it was apt to happen on follow up angiography. Although the related symptom was not seen in our cases, the luminal narrowing at the stented area may result the untoward hemodynamic event in the specific condition.
Key Words: Intracranial complex aneurysm; In-stent stenosis
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