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 +1  (nbme23#32)

I have ganglion cyst since 2012 and this shit doesn't disappears . Moreover , it may cause some pain , when I flex my wrist . So why answer is not parasthesia???

asharm10  I am sorry bus this is soo funny!! I hope your's spontaneously regresses too
lowyield  Not sure exactly but my guess is that it doesn't impinge upon any major nerve (yes it can probably impinge some superficial branches of the radial)

 +8  (nbme20#19)

A - nucleus ( with nucleolus inside ) B - mitochondria C - RER ( you can see attached ribosomes ) D - ?? may be lysosomes E - glycogen granules

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How many people didn't see that it was 1-specificity and picked E like me :(

jfny21  Here +1  
eacv  yesss! me too -.- +1  
jinzo  me also :( +1  

submitted by hayayah(884),

Acute interstitial renal inflammation. Pyuria (classically eosinophils) and azotemia occurring after administration of drugs that act as haptens, inducing hypersensitivity (eg, diuretics, NSAIDs, penicillin derivatives, proton pump inhibitors, rifampin, quinolones, sulfonamides).

hungrybox  But how is a 2-year history acute? +2  
jinzo  there is also " Chronic interstitial disease " +1  
targetmle  i got it wrong because there wasnt rash, also there was proteinuria, doesnt it indicate glomerular involvement? +1  
zevvyt  Got it wrong too cuz of that. But there can be proteinuria in nephritis, just not as much as in nephrotic syndrome. I guess that's confusing cuz this type of nephritis isn't grouped with the other nephritic conditions. +  

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