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1

Follow path of urine through kidneys.

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2

Follow drop of blood through kidney.

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3

What are the parts of the tubular nephron?

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4

List the areas where filtration, secretion and reabsorbtion occur, which are variable and which are not.

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5

What are the three barriers to filtration?

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6

What are the filtration pressures and what is the NFP equation?

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7

Show how blood flow from the afferent arteriole affects GFR.

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8

Describe juxtaglomerular feedback and define what type of regulation it is.

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9

What are the other controls of filtration? Briefly describe them.

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10

Draw out the baroreceptor reflex.

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11

Describe reabsorption as well as transcellular and pericellular transport.

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12

How is sodium reabsorbed? Draw it out.

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13

Draw out the RAAS.

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14

Draw out the ANP pathway.

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15

When is aldosterone inhibited from the RAAS pathway?

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16

Draw out the graph depicting renal threshold and tubular maximum.

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17

Draw out water reabsorption.

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18

Draw out potassium secretion.

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19

Draw out the vertical gradient and countercurrent multiplication.

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20

Draw out the vasopressin mechanism.

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21

Define the relative levels of solutes in all of the fluid compartments of the body.

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22

How do we fix changes in blood pressure by changing sodium concentration? Draw the pathway.

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23

Draw the pathway of vasopressin and thirst as is relates to the hypothalamus.

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24

Draw out renal mechanism 1.

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25

Draw out renal mechanism 2.

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26

Draw out the table for ABG.

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