Hydrostatic pressure is the pressure pushing out. Osmotic pressure is bringing things back in. In this case you are given the hydrostatic pressure within bowman's capsule. This is the pressure in the direction from bowman's capsule back out to the artery. If this pressure is decreased, then less of the fluid is being pushed back out. That means more stays in, which is an increase in GFR.decrease in hydrostatic pressure in bowman's capsule causes? increse in GFR is the answer..
how does it increase GFR?
All of the following structures lie superficial
to the hyoglossus muscle EXCEPTthe
lingual nerve.submandibular duct.
which muscle lies above and below among mylohyoid, hyuglossus, geniohyoid nd huoglossus, its really confusing.... pls if some1 can help me wid tis.. thanx
Metabolic alkalosis- pH is elevated beyond normal range , thus leading to increased bicarbonatesRenal compensation for chronic metabolic
alkalosis involves which of the following?
An increased tubular synthesis of NH3
A partial reabsorption of the filtered
An elevated production of "new"
None of these.
the ans is 2. Hco3- reabsorption partially.. Wont it increase alkaline nature