VTE and cancer
One in 10-20 people with cancer will develop thrombosis or pulmonary embolism. In addition, VTE is an important cause
of preventable death in patients with cancer.
Among patients with a VTE, how many of them also suffer from cancer? Which tumors are more likely to lead to the development of a VTE?
What are the most common sites of cancer in patients with VTE, accorging to age, sex or VTE risk factors?
See in this graph, with real-time data, the relationship between cancer and VTE. You can filter by sex, age, if there are metastases or according to other associated risk factors of VTE.
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The RIETE Registry is the world’s largest database on patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE).
RIETE Registry is a Fundación Fuente project