Aneurysms of the posterior inferior cerebellar artery are relatively rare. Fourteen such aneurysms (10 vertebral, 4 peripheral) are reported, and their clinical presentation, surgical therapy, and outcome are discussed. All 14 patients had suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage; 93% (n = 13) underwent direct clipping of the aneurysm while 7% (n = 1) underwent coating of the aneurysm. Two patients died in the perioperative period (one from vasospasm and one from rebleeding). Full activity was achieved by all but one (92%) of the remaining patients in extended follow-up.