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Clinical Application of Renal Blood Flow (Part 1)

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Clinical Application of Renal Blood Flow (Part 1) by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Renal Diagnostics. It contains the following chapters:

    • Renal Blood Flow
    • Renal Functional Anatomy
    • Renal Corpuscle
    • Tubuloglomerular Feedback
    • Changes in Glomerular Dynamics

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. 20%
    2. 30%
    3. 10%
    4. 5%
    5. 40%
    1. Renal artery → segmental → interlobar → arcuate → interlobular → afferent arterioles
    2. Renal artery → arcuate → interlobar → segmental → interlobular → afferent arterioles
    3. Renal artery → segmental → arcuate → interlobar → interlobular → afferent arterioles
    4. Renal artery → interlobular → arcuate → interlobar → segmental → afferent arterioles
    5. Renal artery → arcuate → segmental → interlobar → interlobular → afferent arterioles
    1. Na-K-2Cl symporter
    2. Na-K ATPase
    3. Na-Cl cotransporter
    4. Carbonic Anhydrase
    5. Na/H Exchanger
    1. Urine at the same osmolality as plasma
    2. Urine that is hypertonic relative to plasma
    3. Inability to urinate
    4. Plasma that is isotonic to blood
    5. Urine that is hypotonic relative to plasma
    1. Urethra, bladder, ureters, calyces, papilla
    2. Ureter, urethra, bladder, calyces, papilla
    3. Urethra, bladder, ureters, papilla, calyces
    4. Ureter, bladder, calyces, ureters, papilla,
    5. Urethra, ureters, bladder, papilla, calyces,
    1. Descending limb
    2. Thick Ascending limb
    3. Distal convoluted tubule
    4. Collecting duct
    5. Thin ascending limb
    1. …juxtaglomerular cells and the macula densa in the distal tubule.
    2. …juxtaglomerular cells and the efferent arteriole.
    3. …juxtaglomerular cells and the macula densa in the ureter.
    4. ...juxtaglomerular cells and the macula densa in the collecting duct.
    5. …juxtaglomerular cells and the afferent arteriole.
    1. 40-140 mmHg
    2. 0-100 mmHg
    3. 80-120 mmHg
    4. 20-150 mmHg
    5. 20-80 mmHg
    1. None are correct
    2. Afferent arteriole – urine
    3. All are correct
    4. Macula densa – isotonic plasma
    5. Bowmans space – blood
    1. All are correct
    2. Two are correct.
    3. Chemoreceptors of the macula densa.
    4. Baroreceptors of the juxtaglomerular cells.
    5. Sympathetic nervous system stimulation of the juxtaglomerular cells.
    1. Renin is released in response to increased pressure in the afferent arteriole.
    2. Loop diuretics blunt TGF channels from detecting chloride levels.
    3. The macula densa detects electrolyte concentration of urine in the distal tubule.
    4. Juxtaglomerular cells have baroreceptors that measure pressure within the afferent arteriole.
    5. TGF decreases loss of NaCl in acute tubular necrosis
    1. Increase in renal plasma flow.
    2. Decrease in filtration fraction.
    3. All are potential responses.
    4. Decrease in glomerular filtration rate.
    5. Increase in hydrostatic pressure in Bowman’s space.
    1. 20%
    2. 10%
    3. 40%
    4. 25%
    5. 15%
    1. Increased oncotic pressure in bowman’s space.
    2. Decreased hydrostatic pressure in Bowman’s space.
    3. Decreased filtration fraction.
    4. Decreased glomerular filtration rate.
    5. Increased renal plasma flow.
    1. Constriction of the efferent arteriole.
    2. Increased renal plasma flow.
    3. Vasodilation of the afferent arteriole.
    4. Inhibition of prostaglandin production.
    5. Increased filtration fraction.
    1. Decrease in filtration fraction.
    2. Inhibition of prostaglandin E.
    3. Decreased glomerular filtration rate.
    4. Constriction of the efferent arteriole.
    5. Constriction of the afferent arteriole.

    Author of lecture Clinical Application of Renal Blood Flow (Part 1)

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    By Pharmacist-Osama T. on 29. January 2017 for Clinical Application of Renal Blood Flow (Part 1)

    very informative lecture i like it i recommended it for all pharmacist