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Flashcards in Renal Physiology Deck (21):
1

Potassium is reabsorbed in

Alpha-intercalated cells

2

Potassium is secreted in

Principal cells

3

What change in hematocrit will occur in hyperosmotic volume contraction?

None

4

What change in hematocrit will occur in hypoosmotic volume expansion?

None

5

ADH increases the permeability of ___ cells

principal cells

6

Which is a better buffer: oxyhemoglobin or deoxyhemoglobin?

deoxyhemoglobin

7

True or false: reabsorption of HCO3 results in secretion of H+

false

8

ECF volume expansion results in ___ HCO3- reabsorption

decreased
contraction alkalosis

9

Effect of hyperkalemia on NH3 synthesis

decreased

10

juxtaglomerular cells are found in

afferent arterioles

11

only diuretic causing acidosis

carbonic anhydrase inhibitors

12

In tubuloglomerular feedback, ___ is held constant

sodium load

13

In glomerulotubular balanc, ___ is held constant

percentage of solute reabsorbed

14

glucose transport from lumen to tubule cell

SGLT-2

15

glucose transport from tubule cell to peritubular capillaries

GLUT-1 and GLUT-2

16

site of maximal absorption of magnesium

thick ascending limb of loop of Henle

17

ADH V1 receptors

arterioles

18

ADH V2 receptors

collecting duct

19

Thirst center

anteroventricularr wall of third ventricle
preoptic nuclei

20

Micturition center

pons

21

Level of renin in essential hypertension

Decreased