Unusual site thrombosis: literature review and insights

Exploring the Molecular Aspects of Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Associated with Unusual Site Vein Thrombosis: Review of the Literature and Latest Insights

A paper has just been released about unusual thrombosis sites in patients with myeloproliferative neoplasms.
It includes a literature review and valuable insights into these occurrences.

The abstract explains that ‘MPNs are the leading causes of unusual site thrombosis, affecting nearly 40% of individuals with conditions like Budd–Chiari syndrome or portal vein thrombosis.’ The authors state that ‘a multidisciplinary strategy is vital to accurately determine the specific subtype of MPNs, recommend additional tests, and propose the most effective treatment plan. Establishing specialized care pathways for patients with splanchnic vein thrombosis and underlying MPNs is crucial to tailor management approaches that reduce the risk of hematological outcomes and hepatic complications.’

The full paper is available HERE.



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