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Table 1 Cas series reported organizing pneumonia associated with influenza viral infection

From: Successful management of refractory respiratory failure caused by avian influenza H7N9 and secondary organizing pneumonia: a case report and literature review

CitationAgeGenderVirus typeManifestationHRCTTime to biopsyBiopsy/autopsyPathologyTreatmentOutcome
Staud, 2001 [4]59FARespiratory failureConsolidationNROLBOPIntravenous steroids and azathioprineSurvival
Fujita, 2007 [6]38FANRConsolidationNRNROPSteroid pulse therapySurvival
Fujita, 2014 [7]97FARespiratory failureNot examined12 daysAutopsyOP, DAD, hemorrhage and bronchiolitisNRDead
24FH1N1Respiratory failureConsolidation and GGO16 daysAutopsyOP and DADNRDead
37MH1N1Respiratory failureGGO15 daysAutopsyOP, hemorrhage and edemaNRDead
Marchiori, 2011 [8]52MH1N1NRlinear opacityNRNROPNRNR
Torrego, 2010 [9]55FH1N1Dyspnea and coughConsolidationOver 30 daysTBLBOP with viral cytopathic changesPrednisone, 0.75 mg/kg/dC/R improvement
Cornejo, 2010 [3]52FH1N1Respiratory failureConsolidationOver 8 daysOLBOP, bronchiolar necrosis and squamous metaplasiaMethylprednisolone, 500 mg/d for 3dimprovement
36MH1N1Fever, increased inflammatory parameters, and respiratory failureConsolidation and loss of global lung volumeOver 3 weeksOLBOP, hemorrhage and edemaThe same as aboveC/R improvement
Gómez-Gómez, 2011 [10]44FH1N1Cough, dyspnea and feverIntralobular interstitial thickening and GGOOver 3 weeksTBLBOPSteroid, 1 mg/kg/day for 1 m 0.5 mg/kg/d for 6wC/R improvement
60MH1N1Cough and dyspneaConsolidation and GGOOver 3 weeksTBLBOPThe same as aboveC/R improvement
Kwok, 2016 [5]45FBDyspneaGGO and lung cystOver 28 daysTBLBOPPrednisolone, 30 mg/d with 2 m taperingC/R improvement
NRFANRNRNRNRNRSteroidImprovement with lung fibrosis and residual dyspnea
This case35MH7N9Fever, respiratory failureConsolidation and GGO39 daysOLBOP, hemorrhage and edemaMethylprednisolone, 1.5 mg/kg/d for 5d,C/R improvement