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what are reabsored
water and glucose
cortex
in contact with renal caspule consist of cortical nephron (short)
where does the filtering happen
glomerulus by letting sm molcules pass such as water glucose urea amino acid
renal capsule
outer surface of the kidney
pyelonephritis
inflmmatoin of the enter kidney
what is the flow of moelcule thru the kidney
arteriole, glomerulus, bowman's capsule, proxmial convoluted tubule, loops of henle, distal convuluted tuble, collecting duct, minor calyx, major calyx, renal pelvis, ureter, bladder
nephron
funtional unit of the kidney
which kidney is higher
left
where are the kidney located
in the retropertioum
renal pyramid
consist of juxtomedullary nephron which are long and form a pyramid shape
pyelitis
renal pelvis inflammation
trigone
pyramid tissue in the bladder
characteristics of urine
volume-
color-
ph-
1 to 2 liters per day
yellow or amber can change by beets
4.6 to 8.0
Renin-angiotensin pathway
rapid drop in blood pressure which realse renin which become angiotensin causing blood vessel to constrict