921. Normal plasma albumin level:
A. 0-1.5 g/dL
B. 1.5-3.5 g/dL
C. 3.5-5.0 g/dL
D. 5.0-7.5 g/dL
E. 7.5-10.0 g/dL

922. Which of the following statement regarding lymphatics is FALSE?
A. Contain clotting factors
B. Its protein content varies with the region from which the lymphatics drains
C. Has higher protein content than plasma
D. Water insoluble fat are absorbed directly from the intestine after meals
E. None ofthe above

923. Normal renal blood flow is:
A. 0.2-0.5 Llmin
B. 0.5-1.0 Llmin
C. 1. 0-1.5 Llmin
D. 1.5-2.0 Llmin
E. 2.0-2.5 Llmin

924. Normal effective renal plasma flow is approximately:
A. 30 0 mllmin
B. 600 ml/min
C. 90 0 ml/min
D. 12 00 ml/min
E. 1500 ml/min

925. There is a sharp fall in glomerular filtration rate as the mean systolic blood pressure drops below:
A. 60mmHg
B. 70mmHg
C. 80mmHg
D. 90 mmHg
E. 100mmHg

926. The following causes decreased renal blood flow EXCEPT:
A. High protein diet
B. Sympathetic stimulation
C. Angiotensin II
D. Noradrenaline
E. Exercise

927. Which of the following statement is correct?
A. Renal cortex has low renal blood flow.
B. Renal cortex has high O2 extraction.
C. Renal medulla has high renal blood flow.
D. Renal medulla has high O2 extraction.
E. None of the above.

928. Renal blood flow is kept constant by autoregulation in the mean systemic blood pressure range of:
A. 0-90 mmHg
B. 90 -200 mmHg
C. 200-250 mmHg
D. All of the above
E. None of the above

929. Normal glomerular filtration rate is:
A. 25 ml/min
B. 50mllmin
C. 75mllmin
D. 100 mllmin
E. 125 ml/min

930. Filtration Fraction is:
C. ([Cr]u,ine I [Cr]plasma) x urine flow rate
E. None of the above

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