Intracranial Mirror Aneurysms: Anatomic Characteristics and Treatment Options

@article{Choi2018IntracranialMA,
  title={Intracranial Mirror Aneurysms: Anatomic Characteristics and Treatment Options},
  author={Hyun Ho Choi and Young Dae Cho and Dong Hyun Yoo and Jeongjun Lee and Jong Hyeon Mun and Sang Joon An and Hyun-Seung Kang and Won Sang Cho and Jeong Eun Kim and Moon Hee Han},
  journal={Korean Journal of Radiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={849 - 858}
}
Objective Mirror aneurysms are generally considered as a subset of multiple aneurysms, defined as aneurysms occurring bilaterally and symmetrically on the same-named vessels. Although not infrequent, the characteristics of mirror aneurysms are not well studied. This investigation was conducted to elucidate the anatomic features of such lesions and examine treatment options. Materials and Methods A retrospective review was conducted, aimed at 172 patients treated for 344 mirror aneurysms between… 

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