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Re-recurrence of intracranial aneurysm with proximal vascular stenosis after primary clipping and secondary endovascular embolization: A case report and literature review.

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Summary of "Re-recurrence of intracranial aneurysm with proximal vascular stenosis after primary clipping and secondary endovascular embolization: A case report and literature review."

It was known that a small number of patients could have intracranial aneurysm recurrences after either surgical clipping or endovascular embolization treatment. However, early recurrence within one month after the treatment and re-recurrence was rarely reported before.

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Name: World neurosurgery
ISSN: 1878-8769
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