AIIMS May 2011 – MCQ 145

A patient with steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome has been given 3 doses of intravenous methylprednisolone, Serum creatinine – 0.8mg/dl, serum albumin – 2g/dl, cholesterol – 350mg/dl. What is the preferred treatment?
A. Oral cyclophosphamide x 3 months
B. Oral mycophenolate x 6 months
C. Cyclosporine
D. IV cyclophosamide x 6 months

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