ALS 2304 Animal Anatomy Final Exam: Urinary System

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  1. External Kidney Anatomy
    • Renal hilus: medial surface, leads into renal sinus
    • 3 layers of supportive tissue:
    •      a. Renal Capsule
    •      b. Adipose capsule
    •      c. Renal Fascia
  2. Three internal layers
    • Cortex
    • Medulla
    • Pelvis (lateral to hilus)
  3. Renal (medullary) pyramids
    Contain mostly collecting ducts; area of medulla between two renal columns
  4. Renal Columns (cortical tissue)
    Separate pyramids
  5. Lobe
    Pyramid and its adjacent cap of cortical tissue
  6. calyces
    branching extensions of pelvis forming cup-shaped areas enclosing papillae of pyramids.
  7. Afferent arteriole
    carries blood to glomerulus.
  8. Efferent arteriole
    carries blood away from glomerulus
  9. Peritubular capillaries
    wrapped around proximal and distal convoluted tubules.
  10. Vasa Recta
    wrapped around loop on Henle
  11. Functional unit of Kidney
    • Nephron: two types
    •      a. Cortical (85%) and juxtamedullary
    •      b. juxtamedullary- long into medulla; ability to increase concentration
  12. Nephron = renal tubule + ?
    Renal corpuscle = glomerulus + ?
    • 1. Glomerulus
    • 2. Bowman's capsule
  13. Loop of Henle
    • Descending and ascending limbs
    • Thin and thick segments
  14. Juxtaglomerular Apparatus
    Beginning of DCT lies against afferent and efferent arterioles. Juxtaglomerular cells secrete renin- adjusts blood pressure through vasoconstriction.
  15. 3 functions of kidney
    • 1. Filtration
    • 2. Absorption
    • 3. Secretion
  16. Glomerular Flitration
    • Passive process
    • Net filtration pressure- glomerular blood pressure is opposed by colloid osmotic pressure and capsular hydrostatic pressure
  17. glomerular filtration rate
    GFR is directly proportional to blood pressure. High blood pressure= more filtrate
  18. Intrinsic control of Glomerular filtration
    • renal autoregulation
    • Myogenic mechanisms: when arterioles are stretched, the constrict
    • Tubuloglomerular feedback mechanisms: senses change in osmolarity or pressure and vasocontricts to slow rate of filtration.
  19. What triggers renin release?
    • reduced stretch of JG cells (ie decreased blood pressure)
    • When macula densa cells sense how low NaCl they stimulate renin release.
  20. Tubular reabsorption
    • tubule cells have tight junctions
    • Virtually all organic material reabsorbed
    • movement active or passive
  21. Sodium reabsorption
    • Actively reabsorbed
    •  enters luminal side of the cell passively; exits basolateral membrane actively ; enters peritubular capillaries passively
  22. water reabsorption
    Electrical Gradient: movement of Na causes gradient to move Cl- which creates an osmotic gradient so that water follows sodium
  23. What compounds are linked to Na transport
    glucose, animo acids, lactate, vitamins and most cations
  24. Which part of the different tubules is most absorbent
    • Proximal convoluted tubule.
    • All glucose, lactate, aa is absorbed here (coupled with Na)
  25. Where is uric acid absorbed?
    Proximal convoluted tubule
  26. Loop of Henle (absorption and secretion methods)
    • Water can leave the descending limb, but not ascending limb
    • Na, water, Urea, Cl- reabsorbed in the thin segement of loop
    • Thick segment actively absorbs K, Cl- and Na+
    • therefor, lumenal contents become more dilute in ascending loop.
  27. What controls the absorption of Na+ ?
    • Aldosterone
    •  Decreased BP, plasma Na+ or increased K+
    • Increases Na+ absorption from DCT
  28. Distal Convoluted Tubule (absorption and secretion)
    • absorbs Na+, Cl -, H2O and secretes K+ and H+
    • Absorption of water is controlled by ADH acting at the collection ducts
    • Atrial Natriuretic peptide- increased BP causes release; decreases Na+ absorption
  29. What controls the absorption of Ca++ ?
    parathyroid hormone
  30. Collecting duct
    • permeable to water, not salt
    • at the bottom of duct, in inner medulla, permeable to urea
  31. Osmotic concentration ______ from cortex to medulla (inc or dec)
    increases
  32. Loop of Henle and vasa recta are _________ systems
    countercurrrent
  33. Renal Clearance
    Volume of plasma from which a particular substance completely cleared by kidneys in a given time.
  34. Inulin (NOT insulin)
    • neither secreted or reabsorbed; acts as a marker. 
    • Renal clearance rate of insulin equals GFR

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