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Kidney what can u determine with creatinine

A researcher is studying a substance inulin and its interactions with kidneys. He injects a volunteer with substance. He finds that which of following can be determined by calculating clearance of inulin?

1) ECF
2) GFR
3) ERPF
4) TBW (total body water)
5) Plasma volume
6) ICF
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2) inulin used to calculation GFR
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I think is 2) GFR
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Is that the same question you posted here?
What can you determine from para-aminohippuric acid (PAH) clearance?
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same but with different substance..
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Creatinine estimates GFR, although the most accurate GFR estimator is inulin, because creatinine is slightly secreted.
ECF can be also measured by inulin.
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