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function of superficial and deep areas of the cat kidney

Ole I. Nissen

function of superficial and deep areas of the cat kidney

with comments on plasma skimming in the interlobular arteries

by Ole I. Nissen

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Published by Costers Bogtrykkeri in Virum [Denmark] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kidneys.,
  • Cats -- Physiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ole I. Nissen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP211 .N54
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p.
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5012767M
    LC Control Number76595131

    If Ginger's kidney function has decreased, it means her body has a hard time removing extra fluids, waste and salts from her blood. Decreased kidney function (or chronic renal failure -- CRF) has become more common in older cats. CRF can't be cured, but it can be successfully managed. This is an irreversible change. The kidneys will be able to function efficiently until approximately 70% of the kidney is lost, at which stage they will start to deteriorate, and we begin to see clinical signs of illness in our cats. There are two different forms of kidney disease – acute (sudden) or chronic (long-term).

    Renal capsule, thin membranous sheath that covers the outer surface of each kidney. The capsule is composed of tough fibres, chiefly collagen and elastin (fibrous proteins), that help to support the kidney mass and protect the vital tissue from injury. The number of elastic and smooth muscle.   The renal cortex is the outer part of the kidney. It contains the glomerulus and convoluted tubules. The renal cortex is surrounded on its outer edges by the renal capsule, a layer of fatty tissue.

    The ability of the kidneys to dilute and concentrate the urine is an important parameter to monitor. Water has a specific gravity of A pet with kidney failure has a specific gravity of between In cats with normal kidney function, the S.G. should be greater than , in dogs it . Chronic kidney disease(CKD)occurs when the kidneys slowly stop performing their main functions, leading to a buildup of toxic waste products in the cat’s blood. The kidneys are amazingly efficient,so your cat won’t show signs of illness until at least 75% of her kidney function has been lost to disease.


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Function of superficial and deep areas of the cat kidney by Ole I. Nissen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dan Med Bull. Apr;Suppl III:1+. The function of superficial and deep areas of the cat kidney; with comments on plasma skimming in the interlobular by: 2. To study the role of deep nephrons in PO 4 transport with particular reference to the quantitative contribution of deep and superficial nephrons, micropuncture and A-V extraction studies were performed in the cat kidney.

The cat is useful as a model for the study of nephron heterogeneity of transport since the superficial and juxtamedullary Author: Stanley Goldfarb. An overdose of some minerals and vitamins can cause health issues instead of promoting kidney function. Avoid putting your cat on an all-dry diet.

Most commercial cat foods only contain 6 to 10 percent moisture. This lack of moisture makes your cat's kidneys work harder and might cause kidney damage, urine crystallization or urinary tract. areas react differently to certain external in the cat kidney.

possible. In experiments in which the renal nerves were stimulated, the left kidney was always used because it has long and well-defined nerve bundles leading to it. Then the kidney was and superficial and deep venous blood samples for.

O.I. NissenThe function of superficial and deep areas of the cat kidney: With comments on plasma skimming in the interlobular arteries Danish Med Bull, 16 (suppl 3) (), pp.

1 Cited by: Structure of the Kidney: deep to superficial (4) Medulla-Inner layer of kidney. Renal cortex-Outer layer of kidney. Renal sinus. (deep > superficial) SLIDE The Nephron. Basic functional and structural unit of the kidney - microscopic in size which follow a specific sequence with specific names and functions.

Feline renal failure is characterized by a cat kidney or kidneys' inability to function properly. A cat in renal failure has kidneys that no longer work to rid the body of waste. As the kidneys loose their ability to function an imbalance in the cat's body chemistry (due to the inability to properly alleviate the body of waste) will occur, slowly poisoning the animal.

Author: Nissen OI, Journal: Acta physiologica Scandinavica[/07] The extraction fraction of p-aminohippurate in the superficial and deep venous drainage area of the cat kidney.

Healthy kidneys are responsible for many functions, with the most notable function being to filter impurities from the blood and make urine. But any problem with kidneys can cause the loss of kidney function in your cat, besides many health problems.

Kidney disease in cats can be categorized as acute or chronic. The chronic renal disease occurs. From superficial to deep, these layers are as follows: Renal fascia. renal fasciaThe (FASH-ee-ah) is a layer of dense irregular connective tissue that anchors each kidney to the peritoneum and to the fascia covering the muscles of the posterior abdominal wall.

Adipose. Kidney is an important organ which function is excretion of the waste products of metabolism in urine [1]. Kidney, that medically called "renal", can stop working properly for a number of reasons.

If your cat is 7 years or older, pay special attention to her health. While the exact causes of chronic kidney disease aren’t always clear, even to vets, they include: Kidney infections and blockages, which may not result in acute renal failure, but wear down kidney function at a low level for months or years.

Causes of Kidney Failure in Cats. Chronic renal failure is the consequence of a kidney malfunction for a long time. The disease is irreversible and prevents these organs from performing their functions normally, so the body of the affected cat does not get the filtering and.

Kidney disease is not necessarily all or none. Pets can have kidney insufficiency, meaning the kidneys aren’t working well but overall the pet is compensating for this lack of function by drinking adequate amounts to stay hydrated. If we know a pet has renal insufficiency, we may start a kidney diet and encourage fluid intake.

Indentation on the medial border of the kidney where ureter, renal artery and renal vein enter or leave the kidney. Renal Cortex Lighter, more superficial layer of the kidney that is in direct contact with the smooth, transparent renal capsule.

On the superior aspect of each kidney is the adrenal gland. The adrenal cortex directly influences renal function through the production of the hormone aldosterone to stimulate sodium reabsorption.

Internal Anatomy. A frontal section through the kidney reveals an outer region called the renal cortex and an inner region called the medulla. [found: throughout body, under skin as superficial fascia and in many places as deep fascia] 2] Dense irregularly arranged c.t. — high density of collagen fibers, oriented in variable directions This results in a greater area of muscle fibers along axes of contraction and produces • since force is a function of cross sectional area.

The superficial region of the kidney is known as the renal cortex. When looking at a kidney organ, the renal cortex is a layer of tissue that contains See full answer below. Cat kidney disease diagnosis by your vet. As part of their investigation to see if your cat has kidney disease, your vet may want to test a sample of your cats pee - this will show if your cat’s urine is being concentrated, whether protein is being lost in the urine and whether there are any other problems such as underlying infections to take into account.

Understand the difficulties surrounding early detection. The kidneys have a huge reserve capacity and it isn't until at least 75% of total kidney function is lost that the cat shows clinical signs of a problem.

Thus, by the time a diagnosis can be reached the cat is coping on a maximum of 25% of the renal capacity when : 28K. Cats are highly territorial, and secretion of odors plays a major role in cat communication. The nose helps cats to identify territories, other cats and mates, to locate food, and has various other uses.

A cat's sense of smell is believed to be about fourteen times more sensitive than that of humans.The entire kidney is evaluated by gently rocking the transducer medial to lateral in a nondistance, angular motion, keeping the cranial and caudal poles within the field of view.

On scanning of the left kidney, splenic tissue is often noted laterally and superficial to the kidney (see FigureEe). This occurs because the head of the spleen.Kidney – Introduction. Figure 7. The papilla and surrounding renal pelvis with the adjacent renal hilar area containing the large renal artery and vein.

The urothelium-lined opening to the ureter may also be seen. Gross or microscopic developmental anomalies of the rodent kidney are uncommon, with hydronephrosis being one of the main.