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Clinical Anatomy of the Glomerular Apparatus

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Clinical Anatomy of the Glomerular Apparatus by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Renal Clinical Anatomy.


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    1. Heparan sulfate
    2. Podocytes
    3. Cationic proteins
    4. Inflammatory mediators
    5. Type IV collagen
    1. Type IV collagen
    2. Heparin sulfate
    3. Immune complexes
    4. Albumin
    5. Type II collagen
    1. Parietal epithelial cells
    2. Type IV collagen
    3. Visceral epithelial cells
    4. Glomerular basement membrane
    5. Mesangial cells
    1. Immune complexes that are deposited are produced in mesangial cells
    2. It is a cause of glomerular basement membrane thickening
    3. All the statements are correct
    4. Post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis is a potential etiology
    5. It is associated with membranous glomerulopathy
    1. Supporting glomerular capillaries
    2. Produce the glomerular basement membrane
    3. None are functions of visceral epithelial cells
    4. All are functions of visceral epithelial cells
    5. Serves as a distal barrier preventing protein loss in the urine
    1. Visceral epithelial cells
    2. Mesangial cells
    3. Endothelial cells
    4. Fenestrated cells
    5. Parietal epithelial cells
    1. Alport disease
    2. Ehlers Danlos
    3. All have defects of type IV collagen.
    4. Osteogenesis imperfect
    5. Marfans
    1. Strongly negatively charged proteins
    2. Water
    3. Proteins < 70000 daltons
    4. Sodium
    5. Urea
    1. They are the lining cells of the Bowmans capsule
    2. They are contractile
    3. They are responsible for immune complex deposition in IgA glomerulopathies
    4. They are phagocytic
    5. They produce the GBM matrix

    Author of lecture Clinical Anatomy of the Glomerular Apparatus

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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