Renal Physiology RBF GFR and FF

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Constriction of Afferent arteriole
Indomethacin, Naprosyn, ibuprofen (they constric the afferent)

GFR: decreased
RBF: decreased
FF: No change

2

Constriction of the Efferent Arteriole (Angiotensin 2 effect)

GFR: increased
RBF: increased
FF: increased

3

Dilation of Afferent Arteriole
ACE inhibitors effect (inhibit constriction of Afferent thus dilation of afferent)

GFR: increased
RBF: increased
FF: No Change

4

Dilation of the Efferent Arteriole

GFR: decreased
RBF: increased
FF: increased

5

Increased in serum protein or
Ureter stone obstruction

GFR: decreased
RBF: No change
FF: Decreased