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Table 4 Clinical course and follow-up visits

From: Vascular thromboses with retroperitoneal fibrosis: a case report

Time Treatment administered Clinical, biological, and radiological evolution
T0 A bolus of methylprednisolone 3 days in a row Disappearance of purpuric lesions
T1 day 4 A first bolus of Endoxan + 60 mg prednisone Disappearance of chest pain
Cessation of hemoptysis and epistaxis
T2 2 weeks Second bolus of Endoxan + 60 mg prednisone Regression of pulmonary nodules and periaortic infiltration
T3 2 weeks 3rd bolus of Endoxan + 60 mg prednisone Decrease in cANCA
Decrease in 24-hour proteinuria
T4 3 weeks Fourth bolus of Endoxan + 60 mg prednisone Regression of jugular thrombosis
T5 3 weeks Fifth bolus of Endoxan + 40 mg prednisone Clinical, biological, radiological stability
T6 3 weeks Sixth bolus of Endoxan + 40 mg prednisone Clinical, biological, radiological stability
T7 1 week from the end of sixth bolus Azathioprine 50 mg + 30 mg prednisone Relapse leading to increase in corticotherapy