Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2022.
World J Clin Cases. Sep 26, 2022; 10(27): 9865-9872
Published online Sep 26, 2022. doi: 10.12998/wjcc.v10.i27.9865
Table 1 The demographic and clinical characteristics of the 4 patients
Age (yr)
BMI (kg/m2)
Primary disease
Maximum diameter of tumor (mm)
Tumor recurrence (yes/no)
Operative approach
Location of ICA injury
151Female25.28Pituitary adenomaNone20YesETTSC5 segment of right internal carotid artery
257Female21.50Pituitary adenomaHyperthyroidism, cured46NoETTSC4 segment of left internal carotid artery
332Male26.12Pituitary adenomaNone30NoMTTSC5 segment of right internal carotid artery
453Female25.63Right cavernous sinus endothelial meningiomaAllergic asthma35NoRight frontotemporal approachC5 segment of right internal carotid artery
Table 2 Anesthesia management for subsequent surgery and the clinical outcome of the 4 patients
ASA class
Type of anesthesia
Vasoactive drugs
Total infusion (mL)
RBC (mL)
FFP (mL)
Blood loss (mL)
Urine output (mL)
Tumor removal
Endovascular treatment
Prolonged intubation (d)
Length of stay (d)
Hospital costs (RMB)
1IVTIVAAdrenaline60005208002400750Near totalCovered stent5562Died402167.49
2IIITIVADopamine60001560120030003500Near totalCovered stent012Recovered221113.41
3IIICIIANorepinephrine and adrenaline4000260400900800Near totalCovered stent117Recovered209218.11
4IIICIIANorepinephrine and adrenaline6600100040022004100TotalRight ICA embolism122Recovered165178.78