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The proximal convoluted tubules, also in the cortex, receive filtrate from the glomerular spaces. Convolution increases the tubular length and therefore contact between the luminal fluid and the proximal tubular cells. The loops of Henle extend down into the renal medulla and ascend again after forming the loop. The distal convoluted tubules, situated in the cortex, are important for fine adjustment of luminal fluid. They lie near the afferent arterioles, with the juxtaglomerular apparatus between them.
8 Homeostatic correction of predominant water depletion. Reduced circulating water volume and hypernatraemia, due to water depletion, stimulate aldosterone and antidiuretic hormone (ADH) secretion. 9 Consequences of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) deficiency (diabetes insipidus). Impaired water retention results in an increased plasma osmolality with stimulation of thirst and hypovolaemia with increased aldosterone secretion. ) 19 Water and sodium 20 ● Diabetes insipidus following a head injury may present with polyuria, and then pass through a temporary ‘recovery’ phase following transient release of ADH from the remaining granules in the pituitary stalk; this results in water retention and occasionally causes a dilutional hyponatraemia.
There is an X-linked recessive form due to mutations in the vasopressin type 2 (V2) receptor gene and also an autosomal recessive form due to mutations in the aquaporin 2 gene (chromosome 12), which codes for the vasopressin-dependent water channel in the renal collecting ducts. Causes of secondary acquired diabetes insipidus include: – drugs, such as lithium carbonate, amphotericin or demeclocycline, which interfere with the action of ADH causing the clinical picture of nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, – hypercalcaemia or hypokalaemia, both of which impair the urine-concentrating mechanism and may present with polyuria.
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