Urinary excretion of ketosteroids

In normal circumstances glomerular pressure is believed to be about 45 millimetres of mercury (mmHg), which is a higher pressure than that found in capillaries elsewhere in the body. As is the case in renal blood flow, the glomerular filtration rate is also kept within the limits between which autoregulation of blood flow operates. Outside these limits, however, major changes in blood flow occur. Thus, severe constriction of the afferent vessels reduces blood flow, glomerular pressure, and filtration rate, while efferent constriction causes reduced blood flow but increases glomerular pressure and filtration.

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Urinary excretion of ketosteroids

urinary excretion of ketosteroids

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