Treatment options for cerebral aneurysms have drastically evolved in the last decade. In the past, surgical clipping through craniotomy was the predominant treatment option for cerebral aneurysms. Presently, endovascular coiling, a minimally invasive technique, has superseded clipping in many centers [1]. However, the coiling of wide-neck aneurysms is still a challenge [2]. Complete aneurysmal occlusion is often impossible [3]. Recently, stand-alone stents have been explored as an alternative treatment option for wide-neck aneurysms [4].

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