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process of glomerular filtration including pressures involved

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LP 8 exam 3

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How much filtrate is produced per day from nephron

180L

2

Part of nephron where filtration occurs

glomerulus

3

Capillaries in glomerulus are fenestrated

contain holes

4

Podocytes are

filtration slits in foot processes

5

Filtration membrane is formed by

the fenstrations, podocytes and basement membrane between them

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Three pressures control the filter

1. Glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressure

2. Glomerular capsular hydrostatic pressure

3. Colloid osmotic pressure

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Glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressure is the

fluid pressure in the capillaries and is about 50 mm Hg

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Glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressure favors or opposes filtration

Favors

9

Glomerular capsular hydrostatic pressure is the

fluid pressure in glomerular capsule and is about 10 mm Hg

10

Glomerular capsular hydrostatic pressure favors or opposes filtration

Opposes

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Colloid osmotic pressure is produced by

plasma proteins that act like a salt in blood and is about 30 mm Hg

12

Colloid osmotic pressure favors or opposes filtration

Opposes

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Net filtration pressure is subtracting all 3 pressure to get NFP which is?

50 mm Hg- 10 mm Hg- 30 mm Hg = NFP 10 mm Hg


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