OBJECTIVES: Oculomotor nerve palsy (ONP) is commonly encountered in daily neurosurgical activities. The ONP secondary to un-ruptured PComA aneurysm might be a unique entity that was different in diagnosis, treatment and prognosis from its ruptured counterparts. Perhaps as a result of the limitation in sample size, studies that solely focused on factors affecting recovery of ONP in patients with unruptured corresponding PComA aneurysms were scarce. METHODS: In this study, we would like to report a relatively larger case series of patients with un-ruptured PComA aneurysm-related ONP. A retrospective review of medical records of 39 patients with un-ruptured PComA aneurysm-related ONP was performed with endovascular coiling. RESULTS: All 39 consecutive patients underwent endovascular coiling. Eighteen (46%) patients had a complete resolution of ONP, 14 (36%) patients had a partial resolution. Time interval from onset of ONP to endovascular intervention (P=0.004), degree of ONP (P=0.015) and age (P=0.016) were predictors of ONP recovery with statistical significance. Sex, aneurysm size and risk factor exposure (smoking, alcohol abuse and hypertension) were not associated with ONP outcomes. CONCLUSION: ONP secondary to un-ruptured aneurysm should be treated as a unique entity from its ruptured counterparts. A prospective study that contains surgical clipping and endovascular coiling, and comparison between two treatment modalities would be more convincing and is anticipated.