Acute Aortic Thrombus with Splenic Infarction in a Patient with COVID-19 Infection
Keywords:COVID-19, Splenic infarcts, Acute Aortic thrombus
Acute Aortic thrombus with splenic infarction is a rare complication of COVID-19. This manuscript highlights the importance of early identification of this complication with abdominal imaging and early initiation of anticoagulation despite moderate severity of the disease.
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