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reabsorb

 [re″ab-sorb´]
to absorb again; to undergo or to subject to reabsorption; to resorb.
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The lower FPT[R.sub.Na] may be implicated in the kaliuresis, as a decrement in sodium proximal reabsorption could stimulate potassium secretion at the distal tubules (Koeppen and Stanton, 1997).
[Na.sup.+] filtered load (F[L.sub.Na]) and tubular handling: fractional proximal tubular reabsorption (FPT[R.sub.Na]), fractional distal tubular reabsorption I (FDT[R.sub.Na]-I), fractional distal tubular reabsorption II (FDT[R.sub.Na]-II) and excretion ([U.sub.Na]V) for rats given water (control) or 500 mg/kg body wt.
Abbreviations: [Cl.sub.cr], creatinine clearance; [Cl.sub.Li], lithium clearance; D[D.sub.Na], distal [Na.sup.+] delivery; F[L.sub.Na], filtered load; F[E.sub.x], fractional excretion of solute x; FD[T.sub.Na]R-I, fractional distal tubular sodium reabsorption I; FD[T.sub.Na]R-II, fractional distal tubular sodium reabsorption II; FP[T.sub.Na]R, fractional proximal tubular sodium reabsorption; IMC, individual metabolic cages; [U.sub.x]V, urinary excretion of solute x; UV, urine volume