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The aorta may be affected by primary and secondary tumors, as well as by nonneoplastic conditions that present as a periaortic mass. Secondary tumors of the great vessels are rare and malignant in the majority of cases. Because of their rare incidence, deep location, relatively silent initial growth, and both clinical and imaging manifestations that mimic thrombosis, the diagnosis of a secondary tumor of a large vessel can be a difficult challenge. We report a case of aortic metastasis fromdoi:10.36347/sasjm.2022.v08i10.007 fatcat:nt22fojxq5aybjwtarx7udrdfi