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Renal Physiology

- A Clinical Approach

(The Integrated Physiology Series)

’˜ŽÒ : J.Danziger, M.Zeidel, M.J.Parker, et al.
o”ÅŽÐ : LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS
ISBN : 978-0-7817-9524-1
ƒy[ƒW” : 218pp.
o”Å”N : 2012”N

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Table of Contents
1:
Getting Started: The Approach to Renal Physiology
2: The Body's Compartments: The Distribution of Fluid
3: Form Determines Function: the Uniqueness of Renal Anatomy
4: Form Determines Function: the Uniqueness of Renal Anatomy
5: Reclaiming the Filtrate: Tubular Function
6: Maintaining the Volume of Body Fluid: Sodium Balance
7: Concentrating the Urine: Adapting to Life on Land
8: Maintaining the Serum Concentration: Water Balance
9: Maintaining the Serum pH: Acid-Base Balance
10: Metabolic Alkalosis: The Other Side of the Renal Acid-Base Story
11: Integration Chapter: The Case of the Marathon Runner
Answers to Review Questions
Glossary of Terms
Index