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19) The peritubular capillaries and vasa recta drain into hat veins?A) interlobularB) interlobarC) arcuateD) efferentE) segmentalAnswer: ADiff: 5 Page Ref: 51220) As fluid moves out of the glomerular capillaries, it passes through gaps in the podocytes calledslit pores, whose size is regulated by what?21) What is the process whereby molecules are selectively transported from the peritubular fluid to the lumen of the renal tubules?22) What is the process whereby protein-free plasma moves by bulk flow from the glomerulus into Bowman's capsules?23) Which of the following forms the filtration barrier?A) capillary endothelial cells onlyB) podocytes onlyC) basement membrane onlyD) both capillary endothelial cells and basement membraneE) capillary endothelial cells, basement membrane, and podocytesAnswer: EDiff: 5 Page Ref: 5155
24) What is the sum of Starling's forces within the renal corpuscle called?25) What Starling force, which drives fluid out of the glomerulus, is relatively high (~60 mm Hg) due to the resistance of the efferent arterioles.26) Which of the following pressures across the glomerular capillaries approaches zero?27) Which of the forces across the glomerular capillaries tends to increase from the afferent to the efferent arteriole ends?A) glomerular filtration pressureB) Bowman's capsule hydrostatic pressureC) Bowman's capsule oncotic pressureD) glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressureE) glomerular oncotic pressureAnswer: EDiff: 5 Page Ref: 516
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