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KIDNEY PHYSIOLOGY

Posted by Dr KAMAL DEEP on November 8, 2013

Which one of the following is the correct sequence
in increasing order of their basal blood supply
(ml/min/100g of tissue) – (ICS 98)
a) Heart, brain, kidney
b) Brain, Kidney, Heart
c) Kidney, heart, brain
d) Brain, Heart, Kidney

Liver has the maximum 02 consumption (51m1
mt)the next organ to have the maximum 0 2
oxygen(ml/mt) is – (AIIMS 85)
a) Heart b) Brain
c) Skeletal muscle d) Kidney

Capillaries with tight junctions allowing the
passage of only small molecules are found in –
a) Brain b) Skin (Delhi 96)
c) Kidney d) Muscle

Most permeable capillaries – (JIPMER 99)
a) Post pituitary b) Liver
c) Kidney d) Small intestine

True about blood flow in various organs –
a) Liver > Kidney > brain > heart (PGI 99)
b) Liver > brain > Kidney > heart
c) Kidney > brain > heart > . liver
d) Liver > heart > brain > kidney

In metabolic acidosis, true about urinary change
is – (UPSC 83, Delhi 84)
a) Increase in ammonia
b) Decrease in ammonia
c) Decrease in lactic acid
d) HCO3

Normal filtration fraction is — (PGI 84)
a) 0.9 b) 0.2
c) 0.6 d) 1.0

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