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Renal physiology
edited by Bruce M. Koeppen, Bruce A. Stanton.

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D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (8th floor) QP249 .K64 2007 (Browse Shelf) Available
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks QP249 .K64 2007 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 0323034470 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 9780323034470 (pbk.)
  • OCLC Number: 65360966
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Chapter 6. Regulation of Extracellular Fluid Volume and NaCl Balance -- Concept of Effective Circulating Volume -- Volume-Sensing Systems -- Vascular Low-Pressure Volume Sensors -- Vascular High-Pressure Volume Sensors -- Hepatic Sensors -- Central Nervous System Na+ Sensors -- Volume Sensor Signals -- Renal Sympathetic Nerves -- Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System -- Natriuretic Peptides -- Antidiuretic Hormone -- Control of Renal NaCl Excretion During Euvolemia -- Mechanisms for Maintaining the Delivery of Na[superscript +] to the Distal Tubule Constant -- Regulation of Distal Tubule and Collecting Duct Na[superscript +] Reabsorption --Control of Na[superscript +] Excretion with Volume Expansion -- Control of Na[superscript +] Excretion with Volume Contraction -- Edema -- Alterations in Starling Forces -- The Role of the Kidneys -- Chapter 7. Regulation of Potassium Balance -- Overview of K[superscript +] Homeostasis -- Regulation of Plasma [K[superscript +]] -- Epinephrine -- Insulin -- Aldosterone -- Alterations of Plasma [K[superscript +]] -- Acid-Base Balance -- Plasma Osmolality -- Cell Lysis -- K[superscript +] Excretion by the Kidneys -- Cellular Mechanisms of K[superscript +] Secretion by Principal Cells in the Distal Tubule and Collecting Duct --General Principles of Transepithelial Solute and Water Transport -- NaCl, Solute, and Water Reabsorption Along the Nephron -- Proximal Tubule -- Henle's Loop -- Distal Tubule and Collecting Duct -- Regulation of NaCl and Water Reabsorption -- Chapter 5. Regulation of Body Fluid Osmolality: Regulation of Water Balance -- Antidiuretic Hormone -- Osmotic Control of ADH Secretion -- Hemodynamic Control of ADH Secretion -- ADH Actions on the Kidneys -- Thirst -- Renal Mechanisms for Dilution and Concentration of the Urine -- Medullary Interstitium -- Vasa Recta Function -- Assessment of Renal Diluting and Concentrating Ability --Innervation of the Kidneys -- Chapter 3. Glomerular Filtration and Renal Blood Flow -- Renal Clearance -- Glomerular Filtration Rate -- Glomerular Filtration -- Determinants of Ultrafiltrate Composition -- Dynamics of Ultrafiltration -- Renal Blood Flow -- Regulation of Renal Blood Flow and Glomerular Filtration Rate -- Sympathetic Nerves -- Angiotensin II -- Prostaglandins -- Nitric Oxide -- Endothelin -- Bradykinin -- Adenosine -- Natriuretic Peptides -- ATP -- Glucocorticoids -- Histamine -- Dopamine -- Chapter 4. Renal Transport Mechanisms: NaCl and Water Reabsorption Along the Nephron -- General Principles of Membrane Transport --Integrative Review of Parathyroid Hormone, Calcitriol, and Calcitonin on Ca[superscript ++] and Pi Homeostasis -- Chapter 10. Physiology of Diuretic Action -- General Principles of Diuretic Action -- Sites of Action of Diuretics -- Response of Other Nephron Segments -- Adequate Delivery of Diuretics to Their Site of Action -- Volume of the Extracellular Fluid -- Diuretic Braking Phenomenon -- Mechanisms of Action of Diuretics -- Osmotic Diuretics -- Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors -- Loop Diuretics -- Thiazide Diuretics -- K[superscript +]-Sparing Diuretics -- Aquaretics -- Effect of Diuretics on the Excretion of Water and other Solutes -- Solute-Free Water --Introduction to the Kidney -- Chapter 1. Physiology of Body Fluids -- Physicochemical Properties of Electrolyte Solutions -- Molarity and Equivalence -- Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure -- Osmolarity and Osmolality -- Tonicity -- Oncotic Pressure -- Specific Gravity -- Volumes of Body Fluid Compartments -- Composition of Body Fluid Compartments -- Fluid Exchange Between Body Fluid Compartments -- Capillary Fluid Exchange -- Cellular Fluid Exchange -- Chapter 2. Structure and Function of the Kidneys -- Structure of the Kidneys -- Gross Anatomy -- Ultrastructure of the Nephron -- Ultrastructure of the Renal Corpuscle -- Ultrastructure of the Juxtaglomerular Apparatus --K[superscript +] Excretion -- HCO[Character not reproducible] Excretion -- Ca[superscript ++] and Pi Excretion -- Appendix A. Integrative Case Studies -- Appendix B. Normal Laboratory Values -- Appendix C. Nephron Function -- Appendix D. Answers to Self-Study Poblems -- Appendix E. Answers to Integrative Case Studies -- Appendix F. Review Examination.Regulation of K[superscript +] Secretion by the Distal Tubule and Collecting Duct -- Plasma [K[superscript +]] -- Aldosterone -- Antidiuretic Hormone -- Factors that Perturb K[superscript +] Excretion -- Flow of Tubular Fluid -- Acid-Base Balance -- Glucocorticoids -- Chapter 8. Regulation of Acid-Base Balance -- The HCO[Character not reproducible] Buffer System -- Overview of Acid-Base Balance -- Net Acid Excretion by the Kidneys -- HCO[Character not reproducible] Reabsorption Along the Nephron -- Regulation of H[superscript +] Secretion -- Formation of New HCO[Character not reproducible] -- Response to Acid-Base Disorders -- Extracellular and Intracellular Buffers --Respiratory Compensation -- Renal Compensation -- Simple Acid-Base Disorders -- Metabolic Acidosis -- Metabolic Alkalosis -- Respiratory Acidosis -- Respiratory Alkalosis -- Analysis of Acid-Base Disorders -- Chapter 9. Regulation of Calcium and Phosphate Homeostasis -- Calcium -- Overview of Ca[superscript ++] Homeostasis -- Ca[superscript ++] Transport along the Nephron -- Regulation of Urinary Ca[superscript ++] Excretion -- Calcium-Sensing Receptor -- Phosphate -- Overview of Pi Homeostasis -- Pi Transport along the Nephron -- Regulation of Urinary Pi Excretion --