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Hypertension: Etiology (Humoral Blood Pressure Control Mechanisms)

by Joseph Alpert, MD
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    The lecture Hypertension: Etiology (Humoral Blood Pressure Control Mechanisms) by Joseph Alpert, MD is from the course Arterial Diseases.


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    1. Kidney.
    2. Pituitary gland.
    3. Adrenal gland.
    4. Endothelium of blood vessel.
    5. Lungs.
    1. Kidney.
    2. Heart.
    3. Liver.
    4. Gal bladder.
    5. Brain.
    1. Macula densa.
    2. Collecting duct.
    3. Ascending loop of Henle.
    4. Descending loop of henle.
    5. Renal artery.
    1. Renin-angiotensinogen-angiotensin 1.
    2. Renin-angiotensin 1-angiotensinogen.
    3. Angiotensin 1-angiotensinogen-angiotensin 2.
    4. Angiotensin 2- Renin- Angiotensin 1.
    5. Angiotensin 2- Angiotensinogen- Angiotensin 1.
    1. Vasodilation.
    2. Renal tubular sodium reabsorption.
    3. Decreased renal blood flow.
    4. Vasoconstriction.
    5. Sympathetic nervous system activation.

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     Joseph Alpert, MD

    Joseph Alpert, MD


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