Background: Spontaneous aortic thrombosis (SAT), defined as new-onset aortic mural thrombosis without underlying atherosclerosis or aneurysmal degeneration, is uncommon and multifactorial in patients with active oncologic diagnoses. Malignancy-related hypercoagulability and platinum-based chemotherapy have been linked to SAT, however, data are limited. Additionally, optimal management for these patients is unclear.
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