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From: Clinical course after corticosteroid therapy in IgG4-related aortitis/periaortitis and periarteritis: a retrospective multicenter study

Figure 2

Contrast-enhanced computed tomography findings of periaortic/periarterial lesions and changes after corticosteroid therapy. A thoracic aortic lesion (A) had slightly improved 1 month after corticosteroid therapy (B), an abdominal aortic lesion (C) and an iliac arterial lesion (E) had almost disappeared 10 months after therapy (D and F, respectively) and a superior mesenteric arterial lesion (G) showed fair improvement 2 months after therapy (H). Significant pre- to posttherapy decreases in maximum wall thickness of periaortic/periarterial lesions were observed (I). Tx, Treatment.

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