Venous vascular events (VE) are frequently diagnosed during cancer chemotherapy treatment. The arterial VE are uncommon and can be life threatening if incorrectly diagnosed and treated. Arterial ischemia uncommonly occur secondary to chemotherapy in coronary, cerebral and extremities vessels. Basically, arterial ischemia can be related to vasospasm phenomenon or occurrence of thrombosis1 .
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