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b) Heart c) Proximal tubules d) Spleen, Glomerular capillary membrane consists of three layers which allows some the blood topass though but not all, blood cells and ----molecular weight proteins are ----and ----pass. b) False, Normally, low MW proteins (e.g. 1. May 11th, 2018 - Biochemistry mcq Download as PDF File Multiple Choice Questions 1 Biochemistry MCQs Enzyme Mcq''medical biochemistry examination i may 11th, 2018 - medical biochemistry examination i october 5 2001 kresge auditorium the exam consists of 125 questions on 33 pages with this title page considered page 1''Top b) No, In a healthy person, do you expect to see creatinine in urine? a) True b) False, Plasma creatinine decreases due to low GFR. a) HCl b) HCO 3 - b) False, In the kidney, the -----is in charge of -----the blood, whereas, the --------are in charge of ----- xy�^A^��W�W�+���xEyE�"^Q^��W�W�+���xEyE�"^Q^��W�W�+���xEyE�"^Q^��W�W�+���xEyE�"^Q^��W�W�+���Jx%y%�^I^ ��W�W�+���Jx%y%�^I^ ��W�W�+���Jx%y%�^I^ ��W�W�+���Jx%y%�^I^ ��W�W�+����xeye�2^Y^��W�W�+����xeye�2^Y^��W�W�+����xeye�2^Y^��W�W�+����xeye�2^Y^��W�W�+��U�*xy� CTRL + SPACE for auto-complete.

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a) True b) False, Creatinine is not a good test for GFR because it is highly affected by hydration status. functions a) ADH You may send an email to taimour18@gmail.com for all DMCA / Removal Requests. c) Overflow or excessive filtration rate exceeded reabsorption capacity (Bence-Jones) a) True b) False, The estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) could be calculated using the Cockcroft-

b) False, In chronic renal failure, the end stage of renal disease (ESRD) requires: a) Dialysis or transplant b) Increase fluid c) IV sodium d) IV potassium, Uremia is usually happening in case of a) Acute renal failure b) Chronic renal failure, Infertility and reduced sperm motility are symptoms of a) Acute renal failure b) Chronic renal failure, Brittle hair, thin nails, and white/yellow crystals of urate on skin are symptoms of a) Acute renal failure b) Chronic renal failure, White/yellow crystals of urate on skin is called a) Hyperkalemia b) Metabolic acidosis c) Uremic frost a) True d) Urea, Abnormally low urine volume < 100 mL / 24 hour is called: a) Anuria c) 196.3 mL/min a) Cockcroft-Gault b) Modified Diet in Renal Disease, People with severe malnutrition and extremes of body size and age must do----- a) Actual GFR test b) eGFR test using Cockcroft-Gault equation c) eGFR test using Modified Diet in Renal Disease equation, People with severe disease in skeletal muscle must do----- a) Actual GFR test b) eGFR test using Cockcroft-Gault equation c) eGFR test using Modified Diet in Renal Disease equation, In Acute renal failure, renal stones and enlarged prostate are considered: a) Pre-renal uraemia b) Intrinsic renal damage c) Post -renal obstruction, During post-renal obstruction, GFR decreases. endobj a) 83.43 mL/min << /Length 9 0 R /Filter/FlateDecode >> Page: 1 | 2 | 3. b) False, Measurement of the urine sodium concentration (FENa) provides information on theintegrity of Tubular secretion function.

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a) 4.5 -6. a) Yes We have uploaded MCQs in Biochemistry – by G. Vidya Saga PDF to our online repository to ensure ease-of-access and safety. Renal threshold is the plasma concentration above which the substance appears in theurine. blood cells)won’t be filtered and they will remain in the blood too.In case of kidney diseases, we will find proteins in urine, which are probably due to EXCEPT: a) Glomerulus dysfunction, thus high MW proteins, e.g. Glucose can be seen in urine if its concentration is above ------- mmol/L: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. b) Heart c) Proximal tubules d) Spleen, The reabsorption process is taking place in the a) Glomerulus a) True b) False, What is the reference range for creatinine clearance?