Hi all...just an interesting question I had from USMLERx: (Paraphrased) 64 year old male present with blood in his urine, nausea and vomiting. Urinalysis shows reddish-colored urine with no RBCs, granular casts and protein were present. Highly elevated BUN and creatinine levels detected with BUN:Creatinine ratio of 10:1 and severe uremia. What drug is the most likely cause of the renal failure? A. Propanolol B. NSAID C. Statin D. Autoimmune E. Trauma The answer is a statin, which causes rhabdomyelysis leading to myoglobin deposition and destruction of the glomerulus. However I was wondering, NSAIDs also cause an acute interstitial tubulonephritis...how would the clinical picture differ between the ATN caused by myoglobin or and the AITN caused by the NSAID? Would it just be the abscence of graanular casts? Thanks!