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Fig. 1 | Thrombosis Journal

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From: A case report of asymptomatic aortic thrombosis incidentally detected by computed tomography in apparently healthy subject with a history of cancer surgery

Fig. 1

Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) of the chest undertaken 1 years after surgery for lung cancer (a) Contrast-enhanced CT of the chest 1.5 years after surgery for lung cancer. An aortic thrombus was incidentally detected in the distal aortic arch (b) Contrast-enhanced CT of the chest 2 years after surgery for lung cancer. The thrombus in the distal aortic arch has disappeared after 6 months of anticoagulant therapy without an event of symptomatic distal embolism (c) Arrows indicate thrombosis

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