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Table 2 Results of univariate analysis on influencing factors for prognosis (n = 119)

From: Influencing Factors for Complication with Aneurysm Rupture of the Fetal Posterior Communicating Artery After Clipping Through the Lateral Supraorbital Approach and Prognosis

Item Good prognosis group (n = 89) Poor prognosis group (n = 30) t2 P
Age (Y) 59.2 ± 10.7 68.7 ± 3.9 4.746 0.000
Female [n (%)] 73 (82.02) 25 (83.33) 0.027 0.871
History of hypertension [n (%)] 42 (47.19) 22 (73.33) 6.169 0.013
History of diabetes [n (%)] 5 (5.62) 1 (3.33) 0.245 0.621
Smoking history [n (%)] 9 (10.11) 3 (10.0) 0.000 0.986
Drinking history [n (%)] 4 (4.49) 1 (3.33) 0.075 0.784
Side of aneurysm [n (%)]    0.074 0.786
 Left 39 (43.82) 14 (46.67)   
 Right 50 (56.18) 16 (53.33)   
Max diameter of aneurysm (mm) 6.95 ± 3.28 8.26 ± 4.13 1.768 0.080
Size of aneurysmal neck 3.58 ± 1.76 4.12 ± 1.23 1.555 0.123
Hunt–Hess grade [n (%)]    17.122 0.000
 Grade 1 25 (28.09) 0 (0)   
 Grade 2 29 (32.58) 6 (20.0)   
 Grade 3 35 (39.33) 24 (80.0)   
Modified Fisher grade [n (%)]    21.897 0.000
 Grade 1 43 (48.31) 1 (3.33)   
 Grade 2 25 (28.09) 11 (36.67)   
 Grade 3 21 (23.60) 18 (60.0)   
Raymond grade [n (%)]    1.481 0.477
 Grade I 85 (95.50) 27 (90.0)   
 Grade II 2 (2.25) 2 (6.67)   
 Grade III 2 (2.25) 1 (3.33)