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 +4  (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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submitted by hayayah(508),

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? +1  
jinzo  there is also " Chronic interstitial disease " +1