The treatment of endovascular coiling is also known as coil embolization. It is a procedure in which blood flow is blocked into an aneurysm or a weakened area in the wall of an artery. In this procedure a catheter is inserted into a vessel over the hip and other catheters are navigated through the blood vessels to the vessels of the brain and into the aneurysm. Next the coils are packed into the aneurysm up to the point where it come up from the blood vessel, preventing blood flow from entering the aneurysm. The procedure is completed the same day and the patient can go back to home the next day after surgery.

The aneurysm which are large may cause large aneurysms may cause following symptoms which includes

  • Peripheral vision deficits
  • Perceptual problems
  • Thinking or processing problems
  • Decreased concentration
  • Speech complications
  • Sudden changes in behavior
  • Loss of balance and coordination
  • Short-term memory difficulty
  • Fatigue