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Microcirculation and tubular urine flow in the mammalian kidney cortex (in vivo microscopy)

Michael Steinhausen

Microcirculation and tubular urine flow in the mammalian kidney cortex (in vivo microscopy)

by Michael Steinhausen

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kidneys -- Blood-vessels.,
  • Microcirculation.,
  • Glomerular filtration rate.,
  • Kidney tubules.,
  • Mammals -- Physiology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM. Steinhausen, G.A. Tanner.
    SeriesSitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse ;, Jahrg. 1976, Abh. 3, Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse ;, Jahrg. 1976, 3. Abhandlung.
    ContributionsTanner, George A., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS182 .H4 1976, Abh. 3, QP249 .H4 1976, Abh. 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3900754M
    ISBN 100387078193
    LC Control Number81462850

    Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy) Vasopressin-stimulated movement of drugs and uric acid across the toad urinary bladder Kidney International, Vol. 9, No. 1Cited by: Internally, the kidney has three regions: an outer cortex, a medulla in the middle, and the renal pelvis in the region called the hilum of the kidney. The hilum is the concave part of the bean-shape where blood vessels and nerves enter and exit the kidney; it is also the point of exit for the ureters.

    Intraglomerular microcirculation: Measurements of single glomerular loop flow in rats. With the use of a new fluorescent microscopic technique, we were able to measure the mean intracapillary velocities and pressures of single capillary loops of renal glomeruli of living rats. The technique involved photographing and recording the flow of fluorescent latex particles through the glomerular Cited by: The kidneys are surrounded by a renal cortex, a layer of tissue that is also covered by renal fascia (connective tissue) and the renal capsule. The renal cortex is granular tissue due to the presence of nephrons—the functional unit of the kidney—that are located deeper within the kidney, within the renal pyramids of the medulla.

    26 Steinhausen M., Tanner G. A. Microcirculation and tubular urine flow in mammalian kidney cortex (in vivo microscopy). Abhandlung: Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschafter, Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Klasse. Cited by: Proximal tubular epithelial cells (PTECs) have a pivotal role in kidney disease. Two mammalian cell lines are commonly used as models of the proximal tubule: porcine LLC-PK1 cells and marsupial OK cells. Cancer. Most renal cell carcinoma, the most common form of kidney cancer, arises from the convoluted tubules. OtherMeSH: D


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Here blood vessels and kidney tubules are accessible to direct microscopic observation. This situation has been used to elucidate kidney functions under normal and pathological conditions.

Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy) - Submitted to the Academy Session of Ap | M. Steinhausen | SpringerBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Buy Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy): Submitted to the Academy Session of Ap (Sitzungsberichte Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften): Read Kindle Store Reviews - Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy): Submitted to the Academy Session of Ap Akademie der Wissenschaften ( / 3)): Medicine & Health Science Books @ A number of observations on function in the intact kidney can be made through the microscope.

We can observe the flow of blood in the renal microcirculation on the cortical surface. We can identify proximal and distal tubules, and measure their widths. We can follow the flow of tubular fluid. Steinhausen M., Tanner G.A.

() Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy). In: Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy).Cited by: Buy Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in Vivo Microscopy): Submitted to the Academy Session of Ap (Paperback) at Pickup.

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Steinhausen disponible en Rakuten Kobo. The surface of the kidney presents a unique opportunity to Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Steinhausen and G. Tanner, Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy), Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy), /_1, (), ().Cited by: Get this from a library.

Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy): Submitted to the Academy Session of Ap [Michael Steinhausen; George A Tanner] -- The surface of the kidney presents a unique opportunity to study fun damental processes in the living animal.

Here blood vessels and kidney tubules are accessible to direct. The kidney is the most vascularized organ of the body. The arteriolar system is rich, tightly regulated, and supplies 2 different types of microcirculation in the cortex and in the medulla, each one exerting different functions.

The kidneys receive about 20–25% of the cardiac output, which in adults is equivalent to – ml of blood Cited by: 6. Steinhausen, G.A. Tanner, Microcirculation and tubular urine flow in the mammalian kidney cortex (in vivo microscopy) Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftl Klasse 3 Abhandlung () Springer Heidelberg by: The kidneys receive about 20% of cardiac output under normal physiological conditions, which mainly perfuses the cortex, whereas the renal medulla is functioning on the brink of hypoxia receiving.

The macro- and microcirculation of the kidney. oxygenation within the kidney cortex were recorded. a renal vasoconstriction and redistribution of blood flow away from the kidneys, which in. The kidneys are essential for water and electrolyte homeostasis.

This Review outlines the effect of tubular flow on renal electrolyte transport along the nephron and the current challenges in the Author: Eric H. Verschuren, Charlotte Castenmiller, Dorien J.

Peters, Francisco J. Arjona, René J. Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (in vivo Microscopy) M. Steinhausen. 21 Sep Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Medical Physiology. Rodney A.

Rhoades. 01 Apr Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Medical Physiology. Rodney A. Rhoades. 01 Feb Hardback. In addition to these blood vessels, the microcirculation also includes lymphatic capillaries and collecting ducts. The main functions of the microcirculation are the delivery of oxygen and nutrients and the removal of carbon dioxide (CO 2).It also serves to regulate blood flow and tissue perfusion thereby affecting blood pressure and responses to inflammation which can include edema (swelling).Artery: Arteriole.

The kidneys, illustrated in Figureare a pair of bean-shaped structures that are located just below and posterior to the liver in the peritoneal adrenal glands sit on top of each kidney and are also called the suprarenal glands.

Kidneys filter blood and purify it. All the blood in the human body is filtered many times a day by the kidneys; these organs use up almost 25 percent Author: Charles Molnar, Jane Gair, Molnar, Charles, Gair, Jane.

17 Steinhausen, M., Tanner, G. () Microcirculation and Tubular Urine Flow in the Mammalian Kidney Cortex (In Vivo Microscopy), Springer, Heidelberg, Germany Crossref, Google Scholar; 18 Wang, T. () Flow-activated transport events along the nephron. Curr. Opin. Nephrol. Hypertens. 15, – Crossref Medline, Google ScholarCited by: 2.

Renal Physiology 1. RENAL PHYSIOLOGY 2. Basic Principles of RenalPhysiology 3. THE STRUCTURE OF THE MAMMALIAN KIDNEYThe kidneys are a pair of bean-shaped organs foundin the lower back region behind the intestines. Theyare cm long and are the major excretory andosmoregulatory organs.Bankir, L., Trinh Trang Tan, M-M., and Grünfeld, J-P.

Measurement of glomerular blood flow in rabbits and rats: Erroneous findings with 15 µm microspheres. Kidney Int. ; –Cited by: The microcirculation plays a crucial role in the inter-action between blood and tissue, both in physiological and pathophysiological states.

Analysis of alterations in microvascular blood flow therefore provides a unique perspective of disease processes at a microscopic level. Orthogonal polarization spectral (OPS) imaging is the first hand Cited by: