Kidney Physiology Chpt 17

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  1. The most powerful diuretic; inhibits salt transport in the transport in the thick segments of the ascending limbs ____.
    Loop diuretics
  2. Inhibits sodium transport in the last part of the ascending limb and the first part of the distal tubule ____.
    Thiazide diuretics
  3. Inhibits reabsorption of bicarbonate ___.
    Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
  4. Reduces osmotic reabsorption of water ___.
    Osmotic diuretics
  5. Inhibits action of aldosterone or inhibits sodium reabsorption and potassium secretion ___.
    Potassium-sparing diuretics
  6. T/F - Once a substance is separated from the blood supply by the nephron, it is excreted in the urine.
    False
  7. T/F - All of the blood that enters the area of the nephron from the renal artery is filtered with each pass.
    False
  8. T/F - If urination is not convenient, the brain sends impulses down the spinal cord to inhibit the micturition reflex.
    True
  9. T/F - The micturition reflex is coordinated by neurons in the spinal cord.
    True
  10. T/F - Inulin is freely filtered by the juxtaglomerular apparatus.
    False
  11. T/F - During renal clearance, molecules and ions dissolved in the plasma can be filtered through the glomerular capillaries and entered the glomerular capsule.
    True
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