The etiology and progression of intracranial aneurysms (IAs) are closely associated with complex patterns of disturbed blood flow. [1] Consequently, blood flow imaging [2] and CFD simulations in realistic geometries [3, 4] are of clinical interests because flow information obtained by such techniques can provide insight not only into the development and progression of IAs but also into their responses to therapeutic interventions (e.g. coil embolization and stent deployment).

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