Renal Physiology

Renal physiology (Latin rēnēs, "kidney") is the study of the physiology of the kidney. This encompasses all functions of the kidney, including reabsorption of glucose, amino acids, and other small molecules; regulation of sodium, potassium, and other electrolytes; regulation of fluid balance and blood pressure; maintenance of acid-base balance; the production of various hormones including erythropoietin, and the activation of vitamin D.

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<a href="/book/fibrinolysis-and-central-nervous-system">Fibrinolysis and the central...</a>
Sawaya, Raymond
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<a href="/book/negative-regulators-hematopoiesis-%3A-studies-their-nature%2C-action%2C-and-potential-role-cancer-therapy">Negative regulators of...</a>
Anagnostou, Athanasius
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<a href="/book/fibrinogen%2C-thrombosis%2C-coagulation%2C-and-fibrinolysis">Fibrinogen, thrombosis,...</a>
Lui, Chung Yuan
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<a href="/book/megakaryocytes%2C-platelets%2C-macrophages%2C-and-eosinophils">Megakaryocytes, platelets,...</a>
Harris, James R
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