Which of the equations below describes the calculation of glomerular filtration

Which of the equations below describes the

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28) Which of the equations below describes the calculation of glomerular filtration pressure (BC = Bowman's capsule and GC = glomerular capillary)?A) (PGC+ πBC) - (PBC+ πGC)B) (PBC+ πBC)- (PGC+ πGC)C) (PGC+ πGC) - (PBC+ πBC)D) (PGC+ PBC) - (πGC+ πBC)E) (PBC+ πGC) - (PGC+ πBC)Answer: ADiff: 5 Page Ref: 5166
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29) Which of the following conditions would increase glomerular filtration pressure?30) Which of the following equations is correct for calculating the filtered load?31) Changes in mean arterial pressure have the potential to alter glomerular filtration rate by directly altering which of the following?32) What is the normal glomerular filtration rate?A) 125 mL/minB) 625 mL/minC) 3 L/dayD) 30 L/dayE) 1 gallon/dayAnswer: ADiff: 4 Page Ref: 51633) If the glomerular filtration rate is 150 mL/min, renal blood flow is 750 mL/min, and the plasma concentration of solute X is 10 ng/mL, then what is the filtration fraction?7
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34) If the glomerular filtration rate is 150 mL/min, renal blood flow is 750 mL/min, and the plasma concentration of solute X is 10 ng/mL, then what is the filtered load of X?35) Which of the following can increase the filtered load of a particular solute?36) Over what range of mean arterial pressure does glomerular filtration rate remain stable due tointrinsic regulation?A) 50-150 mm HgB) 80-180 mm HgC) 70-110 mm HgD) 80-100 mm HgE) 80-120 mm HgAnswer: BDiff: 5 Page Ref: 517
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