filtration fraction


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fil·tra·tion frac·tion (FF),

the fraction of the plasma entering the kidney that filters into the lumen of the renal tubules, determined by dividing the glomerular filtration rate by the renal plasma flow; normally, it is around 0.17.

fil·tra·tion frac·tion

(FF) (fil-trā'shŭn frak'shŭn)
The portion of the plasma entering the kidney that filters into the lumen of the renal tubules, determined by dividing the glomerular filtration rate by the renal plasma flow; normally, it is around 0.17.
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