The aim of the study is to compare endovascular
and surgical treatment in patients with subarachnoid
Materials and Methods: Sixty-nine patients who applied
our emergency service with subarachnoid hemorrhage,
were classified according to their age, gender, risk factors,
symptoms, localization of aneurysms, having single or
multiple aneurysms and Fischer index. Results of surgical
and endovascular treatment were evaluated according to
time of intervention and Glaskow Coma Scale. Neurologic
status of patients evaluated according to Hunt-Hess scale
and WFNS grading system at the time of application.
The outcome of the patients defined with Glaskow Coma
Results: Result of surgery was better in patients who
needed emergency intervention and operated between 24
hours and 5 days. Results of endovascular treatment were
better in patients with stable neurological status, low grade
Hunt-Hess scale, aneurysms with perforating branches.
Conclusion: Although endovascular treatment reduces the
morbidity and mortality with developing technology and
techniques, surgery is still the first choice in patients who
need urgent intervention.