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Chapter Two: Renal Circulation and Glomerular Filtration Rate

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Back by popular demand…all two of you…the second chapter of The Clinical Physiology of Acid Base and Electrolyte Disorders.



































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Back by popular demand…all two of you…the second chapter of The Clinical Physiology of Acid Base and Electrolyte Disorders.


































































































Chapter Outline- Renal Circulation and GFR - RBF is 20% of cardiac output - In terms of mL per 100 g organ weight it is 4x the liver and exercising muscle and 8x coronary blood flow! - After the glomeruli the efferent arteriole have two fates - Peritubular capillaries in the cortex - Peritubular capillaries are not necessarily associated with their parent glomeruli. Weird. - Vasa recta from juxtamedullary glomeruli in the medullaJoel Says: This seems wrong. Solute balance can be maintained down to a very low GFR. The R^2 here would be very low. Prove me wrong. - States that GFR is an important determinant of solute and water excretion. - Glomerular anatomy and function - Structure






































Four editions of the Bud Bible up top and a copy of Bud Light on the bottom.













- Glomerulus is a tuft of capillaries - Enclosed in a capsule of epithelial cells, called Bowman’s capsule - The epithelial cells of Bowman’s capsule are continuous with the epithelial cells of the proximal tubule


























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