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Kidney Affecting the glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressure!

a 23 old man with DM has a GFR significantly greater than normal esp, when he consumes excessive amounts of sweet.
a decrease in which of following would tend to increase glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressure..?

a)afferent arteriole resistance
b)capillary filteration coefficeint
c)efferent arteriole resistance
d)plasma colloidal pressure
e)bowman capsular hydrostatic pressure
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A a a a a a a a a
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A. Drecease in Afferent arteriole resistance increases capillary hydrostatic pressure.
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the ans is A
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Answer is aaa
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a)afferent arteriole resistance
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