7 Trace the pathway of blood from renal artery to renal vein Be certain to

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physiological actions during the route. 7. Trace the pathway of blood from renal artery to renal vein. Be certain to state anatomical landmarks and physiological actions during the route. 8. Compare the composition of blood plasma to glomerular filtrate. 9. Describe the differences in nephron activity based on the structural differences within the tubule system. 10. What is the importance of fat deposits and the surrounding fascia to kidneys? 11. Label the following illustration with the following structures: • Ureters • Urethra • Rugae • External Urethral Sphincter • Detrusor muscle • Internal Urethral Sphincter • Ureteral Openings • External Urethra Orifice • Internal Urethral Orifice • Trigone
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12. Indicate the nephron function based on the colored labels. 13. Label the following illustration with the following structures:
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• Renal Pyramid • Minor Calyx • Interlobar Artery • Renal Capsule • Ureter • Renal Pelvis • Interlobular Vein • Arcuate Artery • Renal Artery • Renal Vein • Papilla of Pyramid • Renal • Column Cortex • Segmental Artery • Lobar Artery • Interlobar Vein • Arcuate Vein • Interlobular Artery 14. Label the following illustration with the following structures: • Proximal Convoluted Tubule • Renal Papilla • Collecting Duct • Ascending limb of Henle • Descending limb of Henle • Efferent arteriole • Distal Convoluted Tubule • Afferent arteriole • Glomerulus • Glomerular capsule
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  • Fall '18
  • Jyoti Wagle
  • Kidney anatomy, Nephron, Renal artery

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