Final Exam Solutions 2011

The input artery to the organ b the output vein of

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Unformatted text preview: artery to the organ B. The output vein of the organ C. The parallel branches of the capillary bed within the organ D. None of the above 45. In the three-space model of solute perfusion in an organ the following equation was derived for the plasma solute concentration, The first term on the right side of the equation represents, A. Permeation of the solute B. Diffusion of the solute C. Convection of the solute D. Metabolic use of the solute E. None of the above Name: __________________________________ 46. In the three layer model represented by the Eq. in Pb. 45 above, if cp<cisf solute will flow: A. From the plasma to the interstitial fluid B. From the interstitial fluid to the plasma C. Could flow either direction D. None of the above 47. In the three-space model of solute perfusion in an organ the following equation was derived for the parenchymal cell solute concentration, The second term on the right side of the equation represents, A. Permeation of the solute B. Diffusion of the solute C. Convectio...
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