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cc transport
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  1. What is not a renal function?
    A. Excretion
    B. Elimination
    C. Vasodilation
    d Regulation
    C. vasodilation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. 1. Regulation of hematocrit is considered elimination function of the renal system.
    a. True
    b. False
    a. True
  3. 1. The renal system regulates blood pressure, acid-base balance, hematocrit, body's water balance, and blood volume and solute concentration.
    a. true
    b. false
    b. true
  4. 1. A patient was struck in the back with a baseball bat.  He showed tenderness near L5.  Could he have potential kidney damage?
    a. No, Kidneys are located between L1 and L3.
  5. 1. Most of the control of water conservation is under the control of what hormone?
    A. TSH
    B. acetylcholine
    C. ADH
    D. Estrogen
    C. anti-diuretic, distal and collecting tubules of the nephrons.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. 1. A patient damaged his renal tubule.  What is damaged?
    a. kidneys are made up of nephrons, each nephron is composed of renal tubule and renal corpuscle.
  7. In the Loop of Henle, which limb is impermeable to water?
    a. Descending limb
    b Ascending limb
    b. Ascending limb - pumps Na ions out of tubule fluid to create hypertonic interstitium.  Descending is impermeable to sodium, permeable to water.
  8. 1. What is the goal of urine production?
    A. maintain homeostasis by regulating the volume and composition of water. 
    B. maintain homeostasis by regulating the volume and composition of sodium.
    C. maintain homeostasis by regulating the volume and composition of blood. 
    C. maintain homeostasis by regulating the volume and composition of blood.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. 1. The GFR has altered creatinine level with normal urea and uric acid.  What are some causes?
    a. liver diseases
    b. exercising
    c. medication
    d. ketoacidosis
    All of the above
  10. 1. The glomerular filtration rate depends on what?
    a. pressure
    b. changes in blood pressure
    c. volume
    d. flow
    • a.amount of filtrate produced by kidneys each minute.
    • b. kidneys particularly sensitive to changes in blood pressure

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