Figure 3 : We present a 45 year old patient with two acute coiled aneurysms on the anterior
communicating artery ACoA and pericallosal artery (A). Despite the intensive care
management, the patient developed delayed neurological deficits accompanied by multiple
cerebral infarctions following vasospasm (B). This case illustrates that vasospasm occurs
even on non compromised arterial territories, free of aneurysm. In this case, a decompressive
craniotomy was still necessary to reduce the increased intracranial pressure (C).

Archavlis et al.Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology and Drug Research  2013 2:18DOI : 10.7243/2050-120X-2-18