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Chapter 1 The Structural and useful elements of restoration from Acute Renal Failure (pages 1–14): Jean Oliver
Chapter 2 initial stories with Aspiration Biopsy of the Kidney (pages 15–26): Flemming Raaschou
Chapter three Renal Lesions relating to Amino?Aciduria and Water Diuresis (pages 27–37): E. M. Darmady
Chapter four The creation of Hypertonic Urine by means of the Mammalian Kidney (pages 38–49): H. Wirz
Chapter five Distribution of useful task one of the Nephron inhabitants (pages 50–64): S. E. Bradley, E. Leifer and J. F. Nickel
Chapter 6 a few Biochemical positive aspects of Tubular delivery Mechanisms (pages 65–78): John V. Taggart
Chapter 7 A research of the Mechanism in which poisonous Tubular harm adjustments the Renal Threshold for Glucose (pages 79–95): P. P. Lambert
Chapter eight Glucose Titration in Renal Glycosuria (pages 96–113): F. C. Reubi
Chapter nine Renal Acid?Base regulate and cellphone body structure (pages 114–124): J. R. Robinson
Chapter 10 rules of the content material of Bicarbonate certain Base in physique Fluids (pages 125–146): Robert F. Pitts, W. James Sullivan and Philip J. Dorman
Chapter eleven the connection among Potassium Excretion and Urine Acidification (pages 147–164): Robert W. Berliner, Thomas J. Kennedy and Jack Orloff
Chapter 12 Renal reaction to large Alkali Loading within the Human topic (pages 165–176): P. H. Sanderson
Chapter thirteen Mechanisms of Sodium Retention (pages 177–192): John P. Merrill
Chapter 14 Post?Operative Retention of Water and Sodium (pages 193–211): L. P. Le Quesne and A. A. G. Lewis
Chapter 15 Electrolyte Excretion in States of Potassium Depletion in guy (pages 212–223): M. D. Milne, N. C. Hughes Jones and B. M. Evans
Chapter sixteen therapy of Electrolyte?Fluid Retention by way of Ultrafiltration of the Blood in vivo (pages 224–241): Nils Alwall
Chapter 17 a few points of Calcium and Phosphorus Excretion (pages 242–254): C. E. Dent
Chapter 18 The attribute Renal Excretion styles linked to over the top or insufficient circulate (pages 255–287): J. G. G. Borst
Chapter 19 Fluid stability in Anuria (pages 288–308): Jean Hamburger and Georges Mathe
Chapter 20 Renal elements in quantity keep an eye on (pages 309–322): D. A. ok. Black
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1. Within each section the osmotic pressure is approximately the same in all of the tubes. e. the tubular content is iso-osmotic with normal systemic plasma. I n the medulla, the osmotic pressure 40 H. WIRZ of all the tubules in a section depends on the part from which it was taken; the deeper in the medulla, the higher the osmotic pressure. From this we conclude that the tubular content is isotonic in the proximal convolution, becomes increasingly hypertonic in the descending limb of the loop, but is rediluted in the ascending limb to isotonicity, which is kept throughout the distal convolution.
Dis. , 65, 81. MCMANUS, J. F. A. (1950). Medical Diseases of the Kidnev, " . London, Kimpton. OLIVER,J. (1939). The Architecture of the Kidney, New York, Harper, p. 46. SMITH,H. W. (1951). , p. 104. STOWERS, J. M. and DENT,C. E. Quart. J . , 16, 275. and DENNYBROWN, D. (1948). Amer. J . med. , 215,599. DISCUSSION PLATT: May I just say, for accuracy of publication before the discussion begins, that it was not my case of myelomatosis. Dr. Roussak KIDNEY 4 34 GENERALDISCUSSION showed it a t a clinical meeting and I suggested that the parts of the kidney should be sent to Dr.
You will note in Fig. 14 an FIG. 1 . Glomerulus from a normal kidney, showing how it communicates by a short neck with the proximal convoluted tubule. x 160. ( J . Path. ). 2. Case 1. A dissected nephron in the Fanconi syndrome, showing the narrow elongated neck opening into the normal-sized proximal convoluted tubule. x 95 ( J . Path. ). FIG. 3. Case 2. A dissected representative nepliron in the Panconi syndrome, showing the “swan-neck” appearance seen in histological preparations. A portion of tlie ascending tubule adherent to tlie glomerulris is also seen.