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Physiology -T4

Renal Physiology

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What are 4 major Renal Functions? Reg. of H2O and electrolyte levels // Reg. PH // Elimination and Excretion of Wastes // Others: Hormones (Erythropoietin, Calcitriol, and Renin)
What is not essential for Micturation; facilitates urine storage by constricting internal sphincter? Sympathetic Nervous system
What is the Average Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR)? 125 mL/min
Renal system can Autoregulate, True or Falso TRUE
When the kidney secrete Renin where is its action and what is the goal? Angiotensionogen > Renin Enzyme > Angiotensin I > II > constirict Efferent arteriy and vasoconstiction heart.
What provides the osmotic pressure that drives water reabsorption by diffusion? Active Na+ reabsorption
What two chemicals/hormones regulate urine concentration and dilute? ADH/VAsopressin (maximal antidiuresis (1.9 gain)) // No Vasopressin (diabetes insipidus / 20.9 loss)
left off slide 26 renal?
Created by: cmuox2000