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constriction of the afferent arteriole
decrease GFR
decrease RBF
FF nc
constriction of the efferent arteriole
GFR increase
RBF decrease
FF increase
dilation of the afferent arteriole
GFR increase
RBF increase
FF nc
dilation of the efferent arteriole
GFR decrease
RBF increase
FF decrease
increase in serum protein
GFR decreases (increase in glomerular oncotic pressure)
RBF nc
FF decrease
ureter stone obstruction
GFR decrease (back up leads to less filtration)
RBF nc
FF decrease
ACE inhibitors
GFR decrease (prefferentially vc the efferent)
RBF increase (vd)
indomethacin naprosyn and ibuprophen
increase RPF and GFR
Filtration factor = ?
GFR/ RBF
ang II preferentially Vc the?
efferent arteriole

(increasing GFR and decreasing RBF)
NSAIDs?
increase both GFR and RBF and do nothing to FF