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TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false. 90) The kidneys are situated in a retroperitoneal position and found between the T 12 and L 3 vertebrae. 90) Answer: True False Explanation: 91) The structural and functional units of the kidney are the renal (medullary) pyramids. 91) Answer: True False Explanation: 92) The lumen surfaces of the tubule cells within the proximal convoluted tubule are covered with microvilli. 92) Answer: True False Explanation: 93) The region of the renal tubule closest to the glomerular capsule is the distal convoluted tubule. 93) Answer: True False Explanation: 94) The peritubular capillary bed arises from the afferent arteriole. 94) Answer: True False Explanation: 95) Blood proteins and blood cells are too large to pass through the filtration membrane and should not be found in filtrate. 95) Answer: True False Explanation: 96) Tubular reabsorption begins in the glomerulus. 96) Answer: True False Explanation: 97) Most reabsorption occurs in the proximal convoluted tubule of the nephron. 97) Answer: True False Explanation: 98) Tubular secretion moves items from the blood of the peritubular capillaries to the filtrate for elimination in the urine. 98) Answer: True False Explanation: 99) A diet rich in proteins such as eggs, cheese, and whole - wheat products produces urine with an alkaline pH. 99) Answer: True False Explanation: 100) Urine has a specific gravity closest to 1.001 when excessive fluids are consumed. 100) Answer: True False Explanation: 24
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101) Urine moves down the ureters into the urinary bladder due to gravitational pull alone. 101) Answer: True False Explanation: 102) Urine may routinely contain sodium, potassium, proteins, and red blood cells. 102) Answer: True False Explanation: 103) The urethra, which carries urine exiting the urinary bladder by peristalsis, is typically shorter in females than in males. 103) Answer: True False Explanation: 104) The involuntary internal urethral sphincter is composed of skeletal muscle. 104) Answer: True False Explanation: 105) The fluid stored inside cells is referred to as extracellular fluid (ECF). 105) Answer: True False Explanation: 106) Excess blood plasma in the bloodstream initiates the thirst mechanism to restore fluid balance. 106) Answer: True False Explanation: 107) Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) causes increased water loss through the urine. 107) Answer: True False Explanation:
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