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Exam 3 - PSIO 202 Exam 3 1 Sometimes kidney stones block...

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PSIO 202 Exam 3 1. Sometimes kidney stones block the ureter. This would prevent the flow of urine into the _________ . a) collecting duct b) renal pyramid c) interstitial fluid d) urinary bladder e) calyx 2. How can you distinguish between cortical and juxtamedullary nephrons? a) the presence of intercalated cells and principal cells in juxtamedullary nephrons b) vasa recta and long loops of Henle in juxtamedullary nephrons c) the lack of a juxtaglomerular apparatus in cortical nephrons d) increased number of pedicels on podocytes in cortical nephrons e) the juxtamedullary nephrons are close to, but do not enter, the medulla 3. The Renal Corpuscle includes the _____________________. 4. Microvilli are found on epithelial cells that make up the walls of the proximal convoluted tubule. If there were no microvilli, how would kidney function be affected? 5. A patient has a large amount of protein in the urine. This may reflect compromised function of ____________. 6. Loss of the osmotic gradient within the interstitial fluid of the renal medulla would _________ a) allow protein to appear in the urine b) compromise the ability of the kidneys to regulate blood pressure c) interfere with filtration d) improve the ability of the kidneys to regulate blood volume e) deflate Bowman’s capsule 7. Which of the following is NOT involved in filtration within the kidney?
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PSIO 202 Exam 3 8. The renal Glomerular Blood Hydrostatic Pressure (GBHP) ________________________.
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