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J Korean Neurosurg Soc. 1985 Dec;14(4):627-636. Korean. Original Article.
Choi MC , Cho KH , Kim HK , Cho KG .
Department of Neurosurgery, Presbyterian Medical Center, Chon-ju, Korea.
Abstract

We reviewed 167 cases of surgically treated cerebral aneurysms among 246 angiographically confirmed patients to search for the prognostic factors during the period from January, 1975 to December, 1984. The prognostic factors, are age, sex, hypertension, size of aneurysm, site of aneurysm, preoperative neurological state, vasospasm, intracranial hematoma, hydrocephalus, timing of operation, number of aneurysmal rupture, and multiple aneurysms. Among these, age, hypertension, size of aneurysm, preoperative neurological state, vasospasm, rebleeding, and multiple aneurysms had greater influence on the prognosis and the effect was greater from factor complex by additive action, rather than from one specific factor.

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