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Table 1 Summary of the cases of Behçet’s disease uveitis associated with a pre-papillary vitreous infiltrate reported in literature

From: Behçet’s disease presenting as neuroretinitis with pre-papillary vitreous infiltrate: a case report

 Reference Age (years) Sex Behçet’s disease symptoms Background treatment Treatment of the current episode Time to resolution of the pre-papillary vitreous infiltrate
Nakamura et al. [4] 34 Female Neuro Behçet’s disease, mucocutaneous lesions and uveitis. -Prednisolone 25 mg/ day.
-Colchicine 1 mg/day.
-Subtenon injection of 0.3 ml dexamethasone.
-Augmentation of colchicine dosage to 1.5 mg/day.
11 days.
Schwartz et al. [5] 23 Male Neuro Behçet’s disease and uveitis. -Prednisone 12.5 mg/day.
-Azathioprine 150 mg/day.
-Augmentation of prednisone dosage to 60 mg/day. 7 days.
Grotting et al. [6] 46 Female Mucocutaneous lesions and uveitis. -
(Infliximab infusions stopped 1 year before flare-up).
-IV Methylprednisolone 500 mg/day then oral prednisone 60 mg/day. 2 months.
36 Male Mucocutaneous lesions and uveitis. -Prednisone 60 mg/day. -IV Methylprednisolone 1 g/day.
-Sub-tenon injection of Triamcinolone.
4 months.
26 Male Pericarditis and uveitis. -Azathioprine 200 mg/day. -Prednisone 60 mg/day.
-Adalimumab.
3 weeks.
Tugal-Tutkun et al. [7] 37 Female Uveitis (No additional details). Not mentioned. Not mentioned. 6 months.
35 Female Uveitis (No additional details). Not mentioned. Not mentioned. 3 weeks.
Ksiaa et al. [8] 37 Male Mucocutaneous lesions and uveitis. -Prednisone 1 mg/kg/day.
-Azathioprine 3 mg/kg/day.
1 month.
Our case 43 Male Mucocutaneous lesions and uveitis. -IV Methylprednisolone 1 g/ per day for 3 days then oral prednisone 1 mg/kg/day.
-Azathioprine 150 mg/day.
-Ciclosporin 200 mg/day
15 days.