collecting duct system

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collecting duct system

includes collecting tubules, both straight and arched, and papillary ducts.

collecting duct system tubule
see collecting tubule.
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Submucosal proventricular glands, consisting of secretory units and collecting tubules, occupied parts of the choristomal wall.
41) Histologically there is diffuse acute tubular injury accompanied by uric acid crystals located predominantly in the collecting tubules.
The medullary interstitium is often scarred and collecting tubules typically contain elongated or rectangular urate crystals.
Renal tubular ectasia is characterized by noncalcified cystic dilatation of the collecting tubules.
Although many hormones exert tissue-specific effects through specific receptor interactions, the mineralocorticoid receptor in the renal collecting tubules binds cortisol and aldosterone with equally high nanomolar affinity in vitro.
Possible mechanisms include a direct effect of oxcarbazepine on the renal collecting tubules or an enhancement of their responsiveness to circulating AVID (13).
d] immunostaining showed fine granular deposits in the collecting tubules of the medulla (Figure 2, panels G, H) in 4 (50%) of 8 animals in the clinical stage of scrapie and in 3 (75%) of 4 animals in the preclinical stage, for a total of 7 (58.
Type III collagen in diabetic kidneys is increased around blood vessels and some capillaries, between collecting tubules and ducts and at isolated Bowman's capsules, type VI-collagen around blood vessels and capillaries (Fig.
The article should have stated that AVP antagonists decrease water permeability of renal collecting tubules, thereby promoting excretion of retained water and normalizing hypo-osmolar hyponatremia.
Glomeruli, distal convoluted tubules, and collecting tubules were relatively spared in the vultures that had early lesions.