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How much of TBW is ICF?
40%
How much of TBW is ECF%
20%
How much of TBW is water?
60%
How much of ECF is plasma?
25%
How much of ECF is interstial fluid?
75%
What do Clearance = to GFR mean?
freely filtered, not S or R
What does it mean with C>GFR?
subs is secreted
What does it mean when C<GFR?
net tub resorption
What is responsible for size barrier in glomeruli?
fenestrated cap endothelium
What is responsible for neg charge barrier?
fused BM with heparin sulfate
What is filtration fraction?
GFR/RPF
What is filtered load?
GFR x plasma concentration
What do PGE do to afferent arterioles?
dilate them
What does ATII do to efferent arterioles?
constrictions them
What happens to RPF and GFR when AA are constricted?
dec
What happens to RPF and GFR when EA constrict?
RPF inc, GFR dec
What do inc plasma ptn concentration and constriction of ureter do to GFR?
dec
What does a dec in plasma ptn concentration do to GFR
dec
When does glucosuria begin?
200mg/dL
When is the glucose transporter saturated
350mg/dL
Where does R of Ca take place in the nephron?
early DCT
Where does ADH work?
on principle cells of the collecting ducts
What does ADH do?
inc number of water channels and inc water R
What does Aldosterone do to K and H?
inc secretion
What does a malformation of the uteric bud cause?
Potter's syndrome
What does a baby with limb deformities, facial deformities, pul hypoplasia, and oligohydramnios have?
potter's syndrome