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1. Which segment of the nephron is the major site of action for nephrotoxicants? A) glomerulus B) loop of Henle C) proximal tubule D) collecting duct E) distal tubule 2. Damage to podocytes may cause which of the following effects: A) oliguria B) acidosis C) vasoconstriction D) proteinuria E) vasodilation 3. Metallothioneins do NOT bind which of the following: A) chloride B) copper C) gold D) mercury E) cadmium 4. The kidneys are particularly susceptible to toxic insult because: A) toxicants that are not reabsorbed may become concentrated in the tubules B) blood flow to the kidneys is high C) the kidneys are capable of bioactivating compounds D) all of the above E) none of the above 5. The toxic metabolite of ethylene glycol is: A) ethylene oxide B) carbonic acid C) oxalic acid D) ethylene dichloride E) propylene glycol 6. Gentamycin accumulates in: A) mitochondria B) podocytes C) Bowman's capsule D) lysosomes E) loop of Henle 7. Vasoconstriction of glomerular capillaries leads to: A) increased GFR
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course JAPANESE 102 taught by Professor Sensei during the Spring '11 term at Alabama.

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