BACKGROUND: Ruptured aneurysms of < 2 mm are not amenable to endovascular coiling. OBJECTIVE: To test recently introduced flow diverters that allow endovascular reconstruction as an alternate method to treat these aneurysms. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Three female patients presented with subarachnoid hemorrhage. An aneurysm of < 2 mm was identified as the cause of bleeding. The aneurysms were located at the C2 segment of the internal carotid in 2 patients and on the basilar bifurcation in the other. All patients had failed early endovascular treatment attempts. Flow diversion with the SILK flow diverter was offered as an alternative in each patient. RESULTS: SILK deployment successfully eliminated all the aneurysms. There was no treatment-related morbidity, and none of the aneurysms reruptured after SILK implantation during a clinical follow-up of at least 4 months (range, 4–10 months). Imaging follow-up showed complete vessel remodeling in all cases. CONCLUSION: Flow diversion treatment prevented rebleeding during the follow-up period.