The anterior communication artery (ACOM) connects the right and left anterior cerebral artery and establishes contra-lateral flow, permiting perfusion of brain at both sides. While the artery itself is very short in length and small in size, 35% of ruptured aneurysms are found to form at the ACOM [1] and these aneurysms also rupture when they are small [2].

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