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Renal physiology

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Nephron-Structural anatomy and types - Online Biology Notes

Physiology of Urine formation There are three stages involved in the process of urine formation. They are- 1. Glomerular filtration or ultra-filtration 2. Selective reabsorption [...]

Urinary System Anatomy and Physiology: Study Guide for Nurses

Much like sanitation workers who keep a city's water supply drinkable and dispose of its waste, the kidneys are usually unappreciated until there is a malfunction and "internal garbage" piles up.

Nephron Physiology source source Key Points:  Early Proximal Tubule : reabsorb all glucose, amino acids and most of bi...

Nephron Physiology source source Key Points: Early Proximal Tubule: reabsorb all glucose, amino acids and most of bicarbonate, sodium, chloride, phosphate and water. Generates and secretes ammonia. Thin descending loop of Henle: passive reabsorbs water. Think Ascending Loop of Henle: actively reabsorbs Na+, K+ and Cl-. Responsible for paracellular reabsorption of Mg2+ and Ca2+. Impermeable to H2O. Early Distal Convoluted Tubule: actively reabsorb Na_ and Cl-. Collecting Tubule: reabsorb Na…

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Illustration about Diagram of blood flow through the kidney showing detail of kidney tubule (nephron). Illustration of glomerulus, distal, capsule - 12522874

Altering Blood Pressure. How to increase your Blood Pressure. Anatomy and Physiology II. Content credit: Suzanna Heinze. Artist: Kateryna Tonyuk

Altering Blood Pressure. How to increase your Blood Pressure. Anatomy and Physiology II. Content credit: Suzanna Heinze. Artist: Kateryna Tonyuk