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Integrated Control of Blood Volume: Overview

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Integrated Control of Blood Volume: Overview by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Renal Physiology.


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    1. Increase in thirst mechanism.
    2. Increase in water secretion.
    3. Decrease in thirst.
    4. Decreased effective circulatory volume.
    5. Decrease in angiotensin II.
    1. Increased effective circulatory volume.
    2. OVLT
    3. SFO
    4. AVP
    5. Decrease in salt drive force.
    1. Low blood pressure is recognized via baroreceptors.
    2. Juxtaglomerular apparatus signals for increased salt craving and increases the secretion of sodium.
    3. Angiotensin II sends negative feedback to the thirst receptors.
    4. Blood pressure decreases with the release of renin.
    5. Osmolarity increases when circulatory volume is increased.

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     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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    By John V. on 03. December 2017 for Integrated Control of Blood Volume: Overview

    This lecture left me confused at exactly the interplay between these two systems. Perhaps its the diagram. I was lost after Decreased Osmolality. I think that is where this lecture goes down hill.