Table 3: Factors associated with high D-dimer levels.

D-dimer ≥10 μg/mL after treatment
NoYes

Male sex18 (58.1%)10 (47.6%)0.458
Age, years63 (55–71)63 (55–70)0.970
DWI patterns0.724
 Single vascular territory6 (19.4%)3 (14.3%)
  Single lesion32
  Multiple lesions31
 Multiple vascular territories25 (80.6%)18 (85.7%)
Treatment0.002
 Enoxaparin21 (67.7%)5 (23.8%)
 Warfarin10 (32.3%)16 (72.6%)
Cancer profiles
 Primary cancer type0.586
  Lung15 (48.4%)12 (57.1%)
  Gastrointestinal4 (12.9%)3 (14.3%)
  Hepatobiliary5 (16.1%)5 (23.8%)
  Breast-gynecologic4 (12.9%)1 (4.8%)
  Other3 (9.7%)0 (0%)
 Systemic metastasis23 (74.2%)20 (95.2%)0.067
 Adenocarcinoma19 (61.3%)17 (85.0%)0.070

Other factors including vascular risk factors, premedications, and laboratory findings (platelet and fibrinogen) did not differ between the two groups ().